Since we last were together in Orlando in 2019, the world has changed dramatically. You, as facilities professionals, have stepped up to the plate to learn new skills, expanded your knowledge set and inspired your front-line workers. Our conference agenda will review the new skillsets needed to re-open and successfully manage facilities during these changing times. NFMT Remix will give you access to subject matter experts and real-world scenarios for the current and future needs of commercial built environments.



Wednesday, November 10



We've been hard at work creating an expert line-up of speakers and sessions to excite and inspire.

Bob Allan

Bob Allan

Global Intelligent Building Solutions Specialist,

Your Building as an Operating System, Adapting to a Changing Environment

Brian  Buholtz, PE, RCDD

Brian Buholtz, PE, RCDD

President and Principal Electrical Engineer,
Buholtz Professional Engineering, Inc.

Let's Get Back to Business: Future-Proofing Your Facility for Pandemics and Pathogens

Kevin  Clark

Kevin Clark

Vice President of Industrial Strategy,

Balancing Remote Work for Maintenance & Operations Teams

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Operations Administrator,
Davies Office

Closing The Loop On Office Furniture

Anthony  R. Febbraro, CIAQP

Anthony R. Febbraro, CIAQP

President ,
Facility Environmental Partners, LLC

COVID-19 -After the Curve...-A Building Engineer's Perspective

Ken Gilbert

Ken Gilbert

Regional Marketing Consultant,
Automated Logic

The Future of BACnet Networking Topologies

Jacob Goldman, LEED AP

Jacob Goldman, LEED AP

Vice President ,
Energy Tax Savers, Inc.

Funding Your Energy Project with Newly Extended Tax Incentives

Tom Hendon

Tom Hendon

C&D Industrial Maintenance

The TorkRite System

Justin Mezzardi

Justin Mezzardi

Regional Technical Consultant,
Automated Logic

The Future of BACnet Networking Topologies

Scott Milne

Scott Milne

President, CEO,
National Energy Technologies

Rapid ROI Facility Retrofit Efficiency

Bill  Moten

Bill Moten

Smart Buildings Practice Leader,
Leading Edge Design Group

Systems Integration in the Built Environment Drives World-Class Communications & Engagement

Hilary  Nardone

Hilary Nardone

Environmental Group Training Manager,
Barclay Water Management, Inc.

Best Practices for Maintaining Building Water Systems During Low to No Use

Randy Olson

Randy Olson

VP of Global Business Development,
ProFM Credential

91% of FM Managers and Staff Agree Training is Needed…But Priorities Differ

Leon Papkoff

Leon Papkoff

CEO & Chief Strategist,
The CXApp

The Reservable Workplace: Desk, Spaces, and Things

Mickey  Parker, Professional Engineer

Mickey Parker, Professional Engineer

Director, AEC Services,
Rimkus Building Consultants

Assessing and Prioritizing the Needs of Your Building

Mike Petrusky

Mike Petrusky

Director of Events & Growth Marketing,

Workplace Paradox: How FM Leaders Can Navigate the Future of Work

Frank Santini, JD, MBA

Frank Santini, JD, MBA

Director of Education and Strategic Initiatives,
Pure Air Control Services, Inc.

Why HVAC Restoration Makes Dollars & Sense

Deborah Shaner, P.E.

Deborah Shaner, P.E.

Fire Protection Engineer,
Shaner Life Safety

Fire Protection & Life Safety Code Considerations for Reopening

Joan W.  Stein

Joan W. Stein

Stein Consulting LLC

Don’t Forget about ADA

Doug Tellin

Doug Tellin

Electrical Safety Specialists, LLC

Are Your Electrical Qualified Workers Truly NFPA 70E Qualified?

Dailey  Tipton

Dailey Tipton

Vice President ,
Evolution Energy Partners

Building Health as Measured by Efficient Operations



All NFMT Remix attendees will have the opportunity to document and earn professional development credit (CEUs) for attending full hour conference sessions. Approximately 10 days after the conclusion of NFMT Remix all verified attendees will receive an email with a link to assessment questions for every session you were scanned at during NFMT Remix. After successfully answering four true/false questions you will receive a transcript with the CEUs earned. That transcript can be used to self-report to any licensing body or association needed. NFMT provides attendees CEUs for no additional charge.

Trade Press Media (NFMT) has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102; (703) 506-3275.
NFMT Remix is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for each conference session. 0.1 CEUs is equal to 1 hour of learning.


There are no prerequisites for this program. Anyone can register and attend.

Satisfactory Requirements for CEU

(the following requirements are mandatory to receive the IACET CEUs offered)

  • You must be scanned into the conference session.
  • You must be present for over 90% of the conference session.
  • You must correctly answer at least 70% of the learning outcome assessment questions which will be administered online after the conference concludes.

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You will receive a transcript for the CEUs earned after you successfully complete the assessment. This transcript can be used to self-report to any organization necessary, it is up to the organization to accept or not. If you need to request transcript after the event please use this form.



Get the recognition you deserve with the ProFM credential! Get started at NFMT Remix.

The University of Central Florida (UCF) is kicking off their virtual ProFM course on Tues., Nov. 9, live at NFMT Remix. Join instructor Ericka Westgard, ProFM, CFM, MBA and fellow classmates at NFMT Remix in Orlando to discuss Competencies for Facility Managers and Asset Management. Then attend virtual classes via Zoom on Tuesday evenings, Nov. 16 — Jan. 25, to complete your ProFM studies and earn your credential. Can't join the live kickoff? Plan to join virtually instead. Early bird registration is $2295. Visit www.ce.ucf.edu/Program/profm-credential for complete details and to register.