Property owners, managers and maintenance professionals are invited to see what’s new in strategies, solutions and building technologies at the Los Angeles Buildings Expo at Pasadena Convention Center on Wednesday, September 27th from 9:00 am-4:00 pm. Admission is free.
The conference will explore emerging trends in legal issues, sustainability, rental subsidies, and how to reduce costs, mitigate risk and improve property performance. Highlights include commercial, industrial and multifamily expert speakers, educational panels, exhibit hall, and all-day networking.
The keynote will be presented by Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek whose financing, initiatives and revitalization efforts have helped Old Town become a national historic landmark, major tourist destination and one of the state’s most prosperous areas. Conference sponsors are:
- Metropolitan Water District of So California
- International Facility Management Association
- California Association of Housing Authorities
- Commercial Brokers Association
- Center For Sustainable Energy
- U.S. Green Buildings Council
- The Living Building Challenge
- International Living Future Institute
Educational panels include Making Your Building Feel, Think and Talk With The Internet of Things, The Future of Industrial Property, Maintenance 911, Energy Management & Automated Demand Response (ADR), State of the Los Angeles Multifamily Market, Legal Issues, Water Efficiency, and 1031 Exchange & Investment Strategies.
Financing, incentives, rebates and more information will be provided by the California Association of Housing Authority, local municipalities, and associations. The latest tech and sustainability products and services will also available to help attendees satisfy tenants and increase profitability in the competitive marketplace.
The Los Angeles Buildings Expo will be held Wednesday, September 27 from 9:00am-4:00 pm. Admission is free. For pre-registration and more information please visit www.buildingsla.com.
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