CHICAGO — The Total Facility Management (TFM) Show was held on April 9-11 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, and was co-located with the CSI Show at the debut of Construct America. More than 9,700 attendees visited both shows during the three-day event.

“The show was a success in every way,” said Ted Coene, president and founder of The TFM Show. “Co-locating The TFM Show with the CSI Show allowed attendees to get the very highest return for the time and money they invested. Registrants were able to visit both shows’ exhibits and attend joint general sessions, bringing a new mix of buyers and sellers for networking and education.”

The TFM Show is held for facility professionals and provides career training, professional development, and exhibits to exchange ideas and develop sales leads. The CSI Show was held with the commercial construction team in mind, and attracted contractors, suppliers, project managers, engineers, etc.

Attendees of The CSI Show had the opportunity to see the latest products and services for vendors and manufacturers of the construction industry.

Publication date: 06/02/2003