Kudos to Tracy Perrelle, Senior Director, Property Management at BioMed Realty who taught our first lunch and learn session, CAM 101. She dedicated a ton of her own time to prepare the material and did a fantastic job presenting it.
Kudos to Robin Johns of Thyssenkrupp who is new to BOMA this year and has been an incredible asset to our organization!
Nicole Schuck with CBRE is an extremely dedicated Emerging Leaders Committee member.
BOMA San Diego and its Emergency Preparedness Committee collaborated with a fantastic team to conduct a joint tactical training exercise.
Kudos to Kara Tweet of The RMR Group!
Kudos to Sarah Henry of Georgia-Pacific!
GET INVOLVED. You get out of BOMA what you put into BOMA so don’t do what I did for the first year and show up late to lunches and sneak in the back – you will get very little out of that experience.
I met several amazing industry professionals who shared some great ideas which got me thinking more about BOMA San Diego and how it can help me grow in not only a leadership capacity but to also grow our business.
"Also, be patient. Relationships are not formed in one meeting, it takes time but will be well worth it." - Lynn Hulbert
October is a month for scary things so we’re offering an opportunity to become educated on real estate financials so they don’t spook you too!
Melissa Villagomez, Annual Giving Coordinator from Promises2kids, reported that by the end of the Drive, BOMA San Diego had not only met their goal; they doubled it, and then some.
The Education Committee would like to recognize Jane for her dedication and commitment to our chapter's education.
The final course offering for 2017, Real Estate Investment and Finance, is scheduled for October 26th – 28th.
Preparations for the 2017 Emergency Preparedness Active Shooter & Bomb Threat Drill are well underway.
The Emergency Preparedness Committee would like to recognize CaSundra for the work she did on the blood drive.
As you can see, it takes a village to pull this course together and the BOMA SD Education Committee sincerely thanks the on-going support of its BOMA SD members in making it a success.
The Red Cross confirmed that the donations collected in this drive could go on to save up to 111 lives and THAT is a beautiful thing.
The Special Events Committee would like to give major kudos to the unsung heroes of this year’s golf tournament.
Our Emergency Preparedness Committee is proudly partnering with the American Red Cross to hold what we expect to be the first of many blood drives. Each pint of blood we collect can help save up to three lives and will touch the lives of so many others.
This stand-alone designation is being offered to BOMA San Diego students this July 20 through July 22. Anyone can enroll in this three-course designation program! No prior designation is required. Read more information below on who should enroll and why.
Mark your calendars for Thursday, August 3 and join BOMA San Diego’s Annual Day at the Races!
The Aloha spirit was plentiful on Friday, April 28, as golfers teed up in grass skirts, floral shirts, and leis at Omni La Costa for BOMA San Diego's Annual Golf Tournament.
Let BOMA San Diego assist you in advancing your CRE career!
BOMA San Diego's Community Service committee completed its annual Spring Work Party event at Feeding America San Diego on Thursday, April 27.
Looking for ways to Enhance and Advance your CRE Career? BOMA SD has the answer with the BOMA International Foundations of Real Estate Management course!!
This month, we would like to recognize Frank Belio Jr., International Union of Elevator Constructors Local #18, for his go-getter attitude and involvment on our Emergency Preparedness committee.
We have some exciting news from the Emergency Preparedness Committee! Our 2017 Emergency Preparedness Drill is in the works as well as a seminar and luncheon for September for Emergency Preparedness month.
We will be returning to La Costa Champions Course on April 28 for the Golf Tournament, so get your practice swings in early! The Prado at Balboa Park is also welcoming us back for our Annual Gala on November 11.
The BOMA San Diego Education Committee kicked off its 2017 educational curriculum with the BOMI Ethics is Good Business course on January 20th. Thank you to the students who attended and congratulations on completing the course.
If you spent the time to sit in on one or two, and just listened, shared some ideas, the possibilities are endless. Yes, the ROI may take some time, but by participating in a BOMA SD committee, you rapidly grow your network. You will strengthen relationships, and show your core leadership skills.
The Education Committee is kicking off 2017 by offering Ethics is Good BusinessÂ® ShortCourseâ„¢ on Friday, January 20th. Get a jumpstart on the year by taking this one-day course in person, typically only offered online for San Diego students.
Last month the BOMA Government Affairs Committee hosted Halla Razak, the City of San Diego's Public Utilities Department Director, for an informational update on the City's Pure Water program and the future of sustainable utilities in the City of San Diego.
With the new year approaching, we wanted to reach out to share with all our BOMA buddies and current Principal Members, our exciting and growing Communications Committee. We are a small group, but love to create and develop stories for our professional readers.
The annual BOMA San Diego holiday gift drive is on and runs through December 14. This event has grown over the years, and luckily for our chapter, we have a core group of volunteers (also known as bin elves) who dedicate their time year after year to ensure a successful outcome.
We are still seeking stakeholder feedback as the County of San Diego drafts its Climate Action Plan (CAP) affecting the unincorporated areas of the County. BOMA San Diego representatives continue to assert BOMA's leadership in sustainable building operations at public outreach meetings.
Donâ€™t miss out on the final two education offerings that BOMA SD has to offer in 2016!
The Emergency Preparedness committee is excited about the upcoming Seminar and Luncheon on October 11th. The Seminar is going to focus on the lessons learned from the Active Shooter Drill that took place on August 28th at Hazard Center.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has opened a public comment period for the Continuum of Care (CoC) Funding Formula to assist cities in addressing homelessness issues.
The County of San Diego is currently seeking stakeholder feedback as it drafts its Climate Action Plan (CAP) affecting the unincorporated areas of the County. BOMA San Diego representatives continue to assert BOMA's leadership in sustainable building operations at public outreach meetings.
Support Local Infrastructure Investment and Join the Campaign for a Better San Diego: Your support and financial assistance is necessary in order to pass this measure. If it fails, expect longer commute times, and delays or elimination of vital transportation projects.
BOMA SD is pleased to offer The Design, Operation & Maintenance of Building Systems Part II on October 20th!
At their July meeting the BOMA Government Affairs Committee heard from representatives from the San Diego Housing Commission about a proposal headed for the November ballot.
Article 34 of the State Constitution, adopted in 1950, states that any low-rent housing that is developed, constructed, or acquired by a state public agency requires voter approval. In the City of San Diego four past ballot measures have authorized the capacity for up to 10,500 affordable units, of which 7,253 have been utilized leaving only 3,247 units of capacity remaining.
To find out more about BOMA SDâ€™s upcoming educational opportunities or to register for a class, please visit www.bomasd.org.
Reserve your space now! This three day course applies towards BOMIâ€™s PAC and PMFP certificates as well as the RPA designation and is only offered in San Diego every other yearâ€¦so donâ€™t miss out!
Managers: Send us your story, or join us in our next meeting. We have rapidly moved the BOMA Bulletin to the next level to make it easy for managers to share their stories, concerns, and most importantly their successes here at BOMA.
The high cost of an LED lighting upgrade is quite the pain point for many and can only be eliminated by the energy efficiency rebates provided by the local utility company - SDG&E. The lighting rebate process is no simple task and is considered to be both an art and a science. As a building owner or property manager, the number one consideration comes down to identifying how to leverage and maximize existing rebates when performing an LED lighting upgrade. This guide will serve as a framework for making decisions and a summary of SDG&E's lighting rebates as they relate to your projects.
Mayor Kevin Falconer recently released his proposed budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017, and staff presented it to the BOMA Government Affairs Committee this month. The $3.3 billion budget is balanced, maintains enhanced reserve levels for the general and risk management funds, restores and enhances core services, and continues the Mayor's focus on investing in neighborhood infrastructure.
The BOMA Emerging Leaders Committee planned a clever event this month at the Sorrento Valley Golf Center. The event took place at their driving range on a Wednesday evening and attendees were treated to a free golf swing analysis and some pointers from a Pro Golfer!
The Communications Committee is looking for Principal Members and Associates to participate in the monthly News Update!
The committee is pleased to announce this years beneficiary is the Boys & Girls Club of Encanto. BOMA Board Member Diana Cuevas said this is the largest facility we've worked onÂ since she's been in BOMA.
On April 7, the Community Service Committee joined the HandsOn Hoppy Service Project. Hosted at the Loma Club in Point Loma, there was live music, and great food and drinks with a percentage going to the project. The committee members made 9 no-sew fleece blankets for cancer patients to support YANA-Cancer Comfort.
Housing continues to be a big issue here locally, as well as in Sacramento. We know the situation all too well in San Diego, and the pressure that the high cost of living creates in the political realm.
DEADLINE FAST APPROACHING: Final week to enter your 2016 Office EER and Industrial EER Surveys data
This course provides a wonderful overview of property operations and is highly recommended for those new to the industry or anyone who is interested in learning about the day-to-day responsibilities of Property Managers and Facility Managers.
Each year, two scholarships are awarded to deserving individuals in honor of Jack Moshgat, a BOMA past president who passed away many years ago. The purpose of the Jack Moshgat Scholarship is to recognize a deserving person's desire to pursue and expand a career in commercial real estate.
Congratulations to all four of our local TOBY winners who submitted to the Regional TOBY Competition! We wish you all the best of luck at this next level of the competition!
The Membership Committee has had a great year so far in 2016! Our #1 goal is to increase and engage our membership! We started off February with the Associate Brown Bagger lunch where all associate members were welcomed to a free lunch to receive advice from seasoned members on the best way to navigate BOMA, engage principal members and get involved with a committee.
Last month, delegates from BOMA San Diego traveled to Washington D.C. for BOMA International's annual business meeting and issues conference.
This month's Toby Entry topic is Building Standards! The Building(s) Standards should be designed to provide the reader with an overview of the building(s) and property, as well as describe all the finishes of the building including a description of the exterior.
If you plan to enter your building in the 2016 TOBY competition there are important items and details you will need to include in your write-up. Click the link for this month's full entry of TOBY Tips!
March and April offer two great educational offerings and opportunities to advance your career in commercial real estate! Click the link for information on upcoming courses and important deadlines!
The Emerging Leaders Committee had some amazing events last year at Tavern Bowl and Makers Quarter Silo and are very excited for the upcoming year! Learn more about BOMA's newest committee and how to get involved here!
Each year, BOMA International offers the most accurate and comprehensive benchmarking resources for both the office and the industrial sectors-the Office Experience Exchange Report (Office EER) and the Industrial Experience Exchange Report (Industrial EER). But before BOMA can provide these critical resources to the commercial real estate industry this year, we need you to share your data with the 2016 Office EER survey and/or the 2016 Industrial EER survey, depending on the building types you own or manage.
Click the link for more information!
Welcome TOBY Entrants, we are excited about this year and look forward to working with you in entering your building for The Outstanding Building of the Year! The 2016 TOBY committee will break down the entry process for you each month. Each month we will offer insightful tips to get you started, to eliminate the daunting task of it becoming overwhelming.
Click the link for the first look into the TOBY Entrant process!
The Energy & Sustainability Committee is seeking additional members, particularly principal members, that take an interest in Sustainability as it pertains to managing commercial real estate. Click the link for more information on joining the committee!
BOMA San Diego's Programs & Seminars committee aims to provide the membership with an ideal blend of relevant, entertaining and educational luncheon programs & seminars. Click the link for more information on the committee, or to learn how you can get involved.
If your 2016 resolutions include moving up the Career Ladder...Stop Procrastinating! Apply for the Jack Moshgat Education Scholarship today!
The new year brings fresh and exciting things for BOMA's Membership Committee. Read the full update for a sneak peek!
Looking to further your education and professional growth? BOMA's Education Committee will be at the December Luncheon to answer all of your questions about course offerings!
The Emerging Leaders Committee put together an awesome event last month at Silo in Makers Quarter. Click here for a recap on BOMA's night of networking in San Diego's hottest creative destination.
Join us in congratulating the entrants of BOMA's 2015
TOBY Competition on their hard work and dedication!
Do you have questions about BOMA's education courses? Our education committee is dedicated to helping you find the right courses to meet your needs. Click here for more information!
We may have been dormant for a moment but the time has arrived. We have fresh new smiles and ideas eager to make a change to the way you get your information.
Exciting changes are being made for each sponsorship level; no benefits will be lost, but some fabulous additional benefits will be included at every level. Click here for more information.
The BOMA Emerging Leaders Committee is excited to invite you to our next event at SILO in the Makers Quarter. Click here for more details on this event!
Click here for important information regarding the 2016 BOMA Board of Directors.
SAVE THE DATE! The BOMA Toby Awards Gala is just around the corner!
The Emergency Preparedness Committee will be hosting a FREE CPR training course in recognition of National Preparedness month! Click here for more updates from the committee.
Click here to learn more about Emergency Preparedness Month, a FREE CPR certification workshop, and a brand new resource page coming soon to the BOMA website!
BOMA's Programs & Seminars Committee is working hard to make this summer's events the best yet! Click here for updates on upcoming July and August events.
Stay in the loop with BOMA San Diego's Committee activities. Click here for May Updates!
BOMA San Diego's Community Service Committee volunteered their time on April 20th in an effort to support the San Diego Food Bank's fight against hunger. Read full article here.
TOBY Entrant Training Recap
In an effort to broaden BOMA's philanthropic footprint, the Community Service Committee will be hosting the Annual Summer Work Party in July. Full details here!
Learn more about BOMA's Strategic Long Range Planning (SLRP) here!