A summit dedicated to optimizing data center and mission critical environments
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"If you're responsible for a critical facility and everything in it, this is the conference for you." — Brian Rientz, Technical Facilities Manager, Midco
Critical Facilities Summit is an exclusive gathering of senior-level professionals involved in the design, construction, management and operations of data centers, healthcare facilities, financial institutions, universities, government, and other mission critical facilities. It is the only event of its kind examining data center and mission critical issues from the FM and design/build perspectives. This annual conference and expo brings together hundreds of forward thinking professionals to discuss and debate how to improve the efficiency, reliability and performance of mission critical facilities.Schedule at-a-glance
Thought leaders. Industry experts. Seasoned professionals. They're all coming to the podium for the mission critical industry's most robust and relatable conference agenda. If you need to know about it, Critical Facilities Summit speakers will tell you why.
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From Power Distribution and Energy Management to Lighting/Controls and UPS Systems, all the vital products you need to ensure your facilities operate at peak efficiency are found on the Critical Facilities Summit expo hall show floor.Who's Exhibiting Learning Labs
Critical Facilities Summit takes place at Music City Center, located in the heart of downtown Nashville. Opened in 2013, Music City Center is LEED Gold certified and features a four-acre green roof, 360,000 gallon rainwater collector, and an array of 845 solar panels.
Music City. Athens of the South. Smashville. No matter what you call it, Nashville is a thriving city with a vibrant music and entertainment scene spanning a variety of genres. It features cultural and architectural attractions throughout the city. It is the home of Vanderbilt University, the Grand Ole Opry and countless other live music and nightlife venues on Broadway and 2nd Avenue.