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.