Western New York’s Largest Facilities Management Trade Show Returns and Celebrates 25th Year
Hamburg, NY – After taking a year off due to COVID restrictions, The WNY Facilities Management Expo will be returning this year on Wednesday, October 20th at the Event Center on the Hamburg Fairgrounds, 5829 South Park Avenue, Hamburg, NY 14075, from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. In doing so, the event is celebrating its 25th year to add even further excitement for the post-covid return.
This event is the largest trade show of its kind in the region, including Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania.
This event is again seeing many first-time exhibitors as well as many regulars who have been showcasing the latest and greatest in facilities maintenance products, equipment, and services for many years.
“We are happy to be back this year! Our unique trade show brings buyers and sellers together in a dynamic environment to learn about new products, compare prices and see hands-on goods, equipment, and demos,” says Nancy Boyd Haley, Show Manager for the Facilities Management Expo. “With the safety and well-being of our attendees and the community in mind, we are working closely with The Event Center at the Hamburg Fairgrounds to ensure sanitation procedures and other preventive measures are in place. These safety measures will be updated based on current CDC recommendations and any Erie County & state mandates.”
Admission is free to anyone responsible for any facet of building management. This includes property owners, contractors, facility engineers, building owners and superintendents, property managers, plant operations, purchasing agents, maintenance supervisors, realtors, developers, remodelers, and any managerial staff.
Attendees will also enjoy show-price discounts and incentives, in addition to in-person information and demonstrations from event vendors.
A wide range of industry-related services will be on-site to help fulfill the multiple needs of facility maintenance. In the past, industry representatives have included roofing, solar energy, alarms, cleaning supplies and services, flooring, fire, and carbon monoxide protection systems, furniture, LED lighting, signage, painters, recycling services, air quality, safety equipment, and much more.
In addition to an anticipated 160+ vendors, there will also be several seminars throughout the day, with some addressing the challenges businesses face when navigating through COVID.