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Featuring three co-located exhibitions, Working Buildings 2008 will take place from 8-9 October 2008 at London's Olympia. Together, the events will feature over 300 hours of educational content, 400 suppliers of products, services and solutions to the built environment and will host the largest opportunity to network with those responsible for the UK's workplaces.

M&E – the building services event is an exhibition for professionals involved in building design, installation, specification and operation. Supported by Cibse, the ECA, BSRIA, the HVCA, BSEE and the IET, the event will explore key product areas including heating, lighting, ventilation, air conditioning, controls, security, and electrics. Visitors will be able to speak to over 100 of the industry's key organisations, including Andrews Water Heaters, LG Electronics, Potterton Commercial and Vent Axia.

Energy Solutions Expo is one of the UK's fastest growing event dedicated to clean, efficient, sustainable, renewable and alternative energy solutions for business. Sustainable practices are at the top of the agenda for everyone. The event is full of the latest technology, solutions and know-how, all presented in a direct and accessible way. Visitors can get advice from the industry's leading organisations including The Carbon Trust, Dimplex, Mitsubishi Electric and The Energy Institute.

Total Workplace Management is the one of the UK's largest exhibition for facilities and estates management and is organised in association with the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM). Focusing on the efficient maintenance and running of a building's infrastructure, Total Workplace Management brings together product and service providers with FM and estates professionals and is a must-attend event for the industry. The event will provide an interactive forum to source the latest products and services, network with peers and pick up tips from FM experts. 

The key theme of this year's educational seminars is the Roadmap to Sustainability. This series of free seminars will take delegates on a journey from designing sustainable business strategies and programmes, through to establishing green working practices all the way to the options for encouraging suppliers and customers to think and act sustainably.

All visitors to the seminars will receive a password for free access to the Working Buildings online Sustainability Starter Pack, which will provide information from leading professional organisations including BIFM, CIBSE, HVCA, FETA, the National Energy Foundation and others.

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