25 - 26 September 2019
Facilities Integrate gathers all the major players in one place so you can try and buy the latest equipment, source the best suppliers, network with potential business partners, and stay on top of what’s going on in your industry.
Try out new products, services, and technologies, and learn about the latest trends.
Find special trade deals, top suppliers, and vital new business partners.
Attend world-class seminars, workshops, and speakers.
Participate in national industry events, make new contacts and do business.
Commercial development is on the rise in New Zealand, with many billions of dollars being spent on major new developments in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch. With demand for greener, smarter, safer buildings and infrastructure increasing, Facilities Integrate 2019 will help you stay on top of the trends and source the best suppliers and equipment.
Architects, building operators, electrical engineers, electrical service contractors, facility managers, installers, integrators, property developers, system designers, and other relevant professionals – Facilities Integrate 2019 is designed specifically for you.
The latest technologies, dozens of major exhibitors, relevant seminars and workshops, world-class speakers, networking opportunities, and special trade-only deals on essential materials and equipment – it's all here in one place.
Facilities Integrate 2019 enjoys support from the main industry associations, including FMANZ, EMANZ, NZSA, ASIS, NZGBC and Master Electricians.
The show is promoted through online, social media and print and partnerships with NZ Security Magazine, iSafetyNews, Property & Build, and AsiaPacific Infrastructure.
Facilities Integrate 2019 has five key pillars and will attract large numbers of quality exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services for a variety of public and commercial spaces; including airports, convention centres, defence facilities, municipal buildings, hospitals, hotels, motels, entertainment facilities, office buildings, parks, places of worship, schools, universities, shopping centres, sports stadiums, manufacturing facilities, and more.
Operational Technology (OT)