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Facility management conference

THE SLOVAK Association of Facility Management (SAFM) is organising a conference called Facility Management Days SAFM – May 2012, subtitled 'current facility management trends in practice and education'.

THE SLOVAK Association of Facility Management (SAFM) is organising a conference called Facility Management Days SAFM – May 2012, subtitled 'current facility management trends in practice and education'.

The conference will take place in the Slovenská Sporiteľňa building on Tomášikova Street in Bratislava on May 29 and 30.

Lecturers include facility management (FM) experts: Kathy O. Roper from the USA; Margaret Nelson from the UK; Natalija Lepkova from Lithuania; Lenka Krobová, Ondřej Štrup, Miroslav Marenčák and Martin Mayer from the Czech Republic; and Bartosz Soroczynski from Poland. Slovak FM experts Viera Somorová, Karol Hederling and architect Branislav Somora will also deliver lectures.

The lecturers will address topics such as legislation in the field of facility management, the current FM situation in Lithuania and Slovakia, impacts of the economic crisis on the FM sector, FM benchmarking and other subjects.

For more information, see www.safm.sk

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