Supporting Excellence in Healthcare Engineering at WHEA Trade Show

LaForce participates in a number of high-profile trade shows every year. This fall, we kick off with one in Green Bay: The Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association (WHEA)’s annual conference!

What is WHEA?

The Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association is a premier organization providing quality education, advocacy, and outreach within the healthcare community. As a member of WHEA, LaForce is committed to the organization’s mission, which also demonstrates a dedication to codes, standards, and compliance.

Why should I attend the conference?

This is an annual opportunity for healthcare facility managers and engineers to collaborate on current industry developments, new technologies, and relevant code updates. The conference agenda includes expert speakers, code updates pertaining to hospitals and nursing homes, networking opportunities, and of course, the annual technical exhibition.

What will I experience at the exhibition?

Manufacturers and distributors who serve the healthcare industry in Wisconsin will showcase their goods and services during the trade show portion of the conference. LaForce has been an integral participant in the annual trade show, and we look forward to introducing you to a number of innovations and exclusive offerings.

What is new at the 2016 LaForce booth?

This event is a key opportunity for LaForce staff to network with new and current customers, as well as display our newest offerings in products and services during the trade show. This year, we will showcase our popular Pre-Installation service with hands-on samples; information about our Architectural Services team’s latest AIA class offerings; and our newest Security Integration capabilities in video surveillance.

Stop by our booth, conveniently located at Booth 102/104 in the convention room, to meet the members of our team in attendance:

2016 WHEA Trade Show - LaForce Inc

 

We hope to see you there! Follow our participation on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

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