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Minneapolis Becomes New Home of The Critical Facilities Summit

Minneapolis Becomes New Home of The Critical Facilities Summit
June 29
17:17 2017

The Critical Facilities Summit, an event that characterizes itself as the only one of its kind “focused exclusively on the design, construction and management of mission critical facilities,” has announced open registration for its 2017 conference. After four rewarding years in Charlotte, North Carolina, this year’s Summit will be taking place October 23-25 at the Minneapolis Convention Center: 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis MN 55403.

Minneapolis/St. Paul has emerged as a data center marketplace and has grown into a prime location that houses facilities for some of the top global tech companies, such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft. In addition, the healthcare industry and life-science sectors are evolving rapidly in the area with the proliferation of new medical device and bio/pharmaceutical companies and healthcare facilities.

The success being experienced by Minneapolis will likely enhance the goals of the Summit, as related fields and topics will be analyzed and discussed throughout its three days. The fifth annual Critical Facilities Summit will provide an opportunity for guests to learn about and direct the future of leading trends in design, management, and operations of data centers, hospitals, banks, telecoms, and other mission critical spaces.

Wendy Deitzler, Vice President of Education, Trade Press Media, elaborates on why the new site was chosen:

“We are delighted that the 2017 Critical Facilities Summit will be hosted in a core market like Minneapolis. In addition to the important new location, this year’s event will offer an invaluable opportunity for attendees to access knowledge from the industry experts that are directly shaping the future of how we operate critical facilities.”

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