With internal and external research indicating localized educational venues are in demand within all industries – including the highly complex commercial and institutional buildings industry – the staff at Buildings Media has greatly expanded its commitment to bring you, the Buildings reader, as much information as possible in an easy, all-inclusive reach: in print (Buildings and BI-Buildings Interiors), online (Buildings.com), and in person (Buildings Live Events).
In Print: With a legacy of almost 98 years, Buildings magazine is received by more than 57,000 building ownership and facilities management professionals each month – a unique audience of senior- and middle-level executives responsible for more than 4.4 million commercial, institutional, governmental, multi-family housing, and industrial buildings. In addition to a quarterly BI-Buildings Interiors special report and an annual Buyers’ Guide, each issue of Buildings magazine offers success stories on companies and projects; ways to fulfill best-practice needs; steps in maximizing building performance; explanations to understand the impact of facilities on workplace productivity and tenant/employee attraction and retention. And (of course) much more.
Online: Providing the power to get you there now, Buildings.com is a unique information resource that offers a community for the buildings industry, with the latest news, an articles archive, research, exclusive topical e-newsletters, and an extensive (and continuously updated) Buyers’ Guide. With its user-friendly search engine, Buildings.com delivers the answers to your facilities-related questions quickly, efficiently, and conveniently.
In Person: Buildings’ interactive educational events are the perfect complement to your professional development plan. Network with the industry’s power players – your peers and your supplier colleagues – at The Buildings Shows®: a conference and exposition co-located with NeoCon® World’s Trade Fair in Chicago each June, as well as two regional versions of the educational/exhibition offered on the East Coast and West Coast; BuildingsXchange™, a series of three-day executive, strategic selling events; and a host of regional full- and half-day seminars, focus groups, and roundtables on some of the industry’s most pressing topics.
With a precisely defined personality, Buildings Media is as much an educational tool for the commercial/institutional buildings industry as it is a marketplace of ideas. Are you making the most of your professional development by participating in all three?
For more information, visit (www.buildings.com) or call the Buildings Media staff at (319) 364-6167.