Buildings in California over 50,000 sf must now report annual energy data to the California Energy Commission by June 1st, 2018 – under Assembly Bill 802 requirements. Additionally, ENERGY STAR metrics are changing this August, re-scoring most buildings at a score anywhere from 7-13 points lower on average.
Have you ever thought about what happens when the doors of a trash chute are opened? It’s definitely something you should be thinking about and be aware of. Recent studies have discovered the inner surface of a chute can carry more than 30 different biological and bacterial growths.
At the recent Emerging Leaders Lunch and Learn Series: Intro into Maintenance, students new to the commercial real estate industry were eager to learn the basics from A.O. Reed’s HVAC expert, Martin Naranjo. Martin’s fun and unorthodox approach to teaching kept the students engaged and encouraged open conversation.
David Nisleit, who was promoted to the City of San Diego’s 35th Chief of Police on March 2, 2018, joined several members of BOMA San Diego's leadership for our quarterly meeting with a public official on June 5th. Chief Nisleit oversees the eighth largest police department in the nation. He is a native San Diegan and grew up in the Rolando Community.