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learn. grow. succeed. • BOMI Professional Development Courses — RPA, FMA, SMA and SMT • High-Performance Program (See inside Pilot offer!) • BOMA Georgia Certificate Courses • 2016 Calendar of Events • Networking Opportunities • Registration Forms • Committee and SIG Involvement 2016 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GUIDE


2016 Calendar of Events

Key dates for 2016 are in bold below.

JANUARY January 20 January 20 January 26 January 28 January 28 January 31 FEBRUARY February 04 February 10 February 11 February 11 February 16 February 17 February 19 February 23 February 23 February 25 MARCH March 02 March 09 March 09 March 10 March 15 March 29 APRIL April 01 April 13 April 19 April 20 April 22 MAY May 03 May 04 May 05 May 11 May 12 May 18 May 25 May 25 May 25 JUNE June 01 June 07 June 15 June 16 June 22 June 25 JULY July 13 July 19 July 20 July 28

BOMA Georgia January Luncheon & Participation Fair New Member Orientation Air Handling, Water Treatment & Plumbing Commercial HVAC - 4th Module LEED 101: What It's All About 2016 BOMA International Winter Business Meeting BTO Lunch 2016 TOBY & Association Awards Luncheon BTO Lunch CRE Leadership Masters Program Kickoff BOMA Day At the Capitol Environmental Health & Safety Issues BOMA PM 101 LEED v4 Green Associate Exam Prep Facilities Management Shared Interest Group Meeting Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) Event Fundamentals Of Facilities Management - Accelerated Industrial SIG Meeting Young Professionals Lunch-and-Learn Medical Office Building SIG Meeting High-Performance Sustainable Building Investments (Pilot) Green Real Estate Network Breakfast BOMA PM 201 Industrial SIG Meeting Energy Management and Controls Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) Event The BOMA Bowl 2016 BOMA International Medical Office Building Conference Young Professionals Breakfast BTO Lunch Facilities Management Shared Interest Group Meeting BTO Lunch Law & Risk Management BOMA Georgia May Luncheon BTO Breakfast 2016 BOMA Show Trade Show

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Green Real Estate Network Breakfast Building Design and Maintenance The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Buildings I Medical Office Building SIG Meeting High-Performance Sustainable Building Principles 2016 BOMA International Annual Conference & Expo Industrial SIG Meeting New Member Orientation Budgeting & Accounting Green Real Estate Network Breakfast


AUGUST August 03 August 04 August 10 August 10 August 11 August 12 August 16 August 17 August 24 SEPTEMBER September 01 September 07 September 14 September 20 September 21 September 27 September 28 September 30 OCTOBER October 04 October 13 October 18 October 20 October 27 NOVEMBER November 01 November 02 November 03 November 04 November 08 November 09 November 10 November 16 November 17 DECEMBER December 01 December 06

Facilities Management Shared Interest Group Meeting BTO Lunch BOMA Georgia August Motivational Luncheon Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) Event BTO Lunch BOMA PM 101 Young Professionals Lunch-and-Learn The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Buildings II Asset Management Medical Office Building SIG Meeting High-Performance Sustainable Building Practices BOMA Georgia September Luncheon LEED v4 Green Associate Exam Prep Managing the Organization Tour Of Atlanta Buildings Building Engineering 101 2016 Sports Outing Green Real Estate Network Breakfast Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) Event Industrial SIG Meeting Fall Free Seminar Ethics Is Good Business ShortCourse New Member Orientation Real Estate Investment & Finance BTO Lunch LEED AP - Operations & Maintenance Exam Prep Boilers, Heating Systems & Applied Mathematics BOMA Georgia November Luncheon and Annual Business Meeting BTO Lunch Facilities Management Shared Interest Group Meeting Young Professionals After Hours Medical Office Building SIG Meeting Green Real Estate Network Breakfast

BOMA Georgia Core Purpose: To enhance the professionalism, value and success of individuals and companies in the commercial real estate industry. BOMA Georgia Mission Statement: Leading the commercial real estate community to enhance the professionalism and value of our members through education, advocacy, community involvement, membership participation and the open exchange of ideas. www.linkd.in/BOMAGeorgia

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Educational Opportunities Air Handling, Water Treatment and Plumbing Systems 3-7 p.m., Tuesdays, Jan. 26-March 1 Members: $1,045 $545 | Non-members: $1,295 $795 Foundation scholarship is embedded for all students.

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Through this course, you will learn about climate control for human comfort, the components of HVAC systems, and the basics of water treatment and plumbing systems. You will gain the skills and knowledge to perform common water tests, maintain air-conditioning systems, maintain water services, and inspect portable fire extinguishers. Asset Management Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., August 24-26 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 Today’s property managers work hand-in-hand with asset managers and often serve as asset managers themselves. Expert education gives professionals the capability to build value in real estate assets, providing confidence to investors, owners, and building tenants. Make sense of your assets, discover the asset manager’s role function and place in real estate and business, and master the ability to outperform competitors. Boilers, Heating Systems and Applied Mathematics 3-7 p.m., Tuesdays, November 8-December 13 Members: $1,045 $545 | Non-members: $1,295 $795 Foundation scholarship is embedded for all students.

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Building technicians need to understand the inner workings of boilers, burners, controls, fittings, valves, and pumps, as well as how they connect and interrelate. This course will teach you how to operate and maintain steam, hot water, warm air, and radiant heating systems. You will also learn the principles of mathematics that are essential to operating these building systems. Budgeting and Accounting 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., July 20-22 Members: $1,045 $545 | Non-members: $1,295 $795 Foundation scholarship is embedded for all students.

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In this course, you will have the opportunity to apply concepts within the real property and facilities context. You will follow the accounting process and creation of a budget from start to finish, learning valuable skills such as how to interpret financial statements, annual reports, and statements of cash flows. You will also learn practical skills such as how to compile lease abstracts and prepare rent rolls. Building Engineering 101™ Is Foundation scholarship eligible 7:30-11:30 a.m., Wednesdays, September 28 - November 2 Member Company: $369 | Non-member company: $419 Get the solid foundation in building engineering you need through Building Engineering 101™, a six-day course taught over six weeks. The course combines classroom-style learning, interaction with industry professionals, and behind-the-scenes tours of Metro-Atlanta buildings. Learn from reallife scenarios and gain an understanding of relevant building systems in a course specifically designed to teach beginning building engineers how to be successful in their field. Building Design and Maintenance 3-7 p.m., Tuesdays, June 7-June 19 Members: $1,045 $545 | Non-members: $1,295 $795 Foundation scholarship is embedded for all students.

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Learn to compare building system components and to identify appropriate inspection and maintenance techniques. You will develop the knowledge to establish procedures and standards for monitoring building operations, preventive maintenance, and cleaning. You will also learn to read and use construction documents, studying from a coursebook that features a set of drawings and an architect’s pocket scale.

Commercial HVAC - Module 4 5-9 p.m., Thursdays, January 28-March 31 Members: $645 | Non-Members: $745 Is Foundation scholarship eligible Designed for building engineers, the Commercial HVAC course provides an opportunity to enhance service skills through hands-on training. The course will enable beginning engineers and those with experience to become more proficient in the work environment. Course topics will include commercial refrigeration systems, energy management, DDC controls, pneumatic calibration, cooling tower maintenance, air handlers, pumps, boilers, water and air balancing and other topics. CRE Leadership Masters Program Kickoff Retreat February 11-12. Program commences June 2. $1,000 Enrollment fee reduced with embedded Foundation scholarship.

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Responding to the need in the market to prepare Commercial Real Estate (CRE) pros to meet the leadership challenges of tomorrow, BOMA Georgia has created a new and different approach to leadership growth that explores the qualities that are fundamental to CRE leadership and what tomorrow’s leaders must do to prepare for the future of real estate. Design Operation and Maintenance Course Part I Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., June 15-17 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 This course provides information property and facility managers need to manage the ongoing operation and maintenance of building systems and to maximize building efficiency and cost-effectiveness. It also provides information on building design and construction, project delivery, construction materials and HVAC systems. Other areas covered in the course include roofing systems, ceilings and floorings, interior walls and plumbing systems. Design Operation and Maintenance Course Part II Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., August 17-19 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 This course provides information that property and facility managers need to make management decisions about various building systems and sites, decisions that will increase occupant safety and comfort while facilitating building efficiency to meet the business goals of an organization. The course provides an understanding of electrical systems and lighting, elevator maintenance and modernization, and pest and solid waste management. It also covers security issues, fire and safety systems and energy management concerns. Energy Management and Controls 3-7 p.m., Tuesdays, April 19-May 24 Members: $1,045 $545 | Non-members: $1,295 $795 Foundation scholarship is embedded for all students.

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This course teaches you to develop energy management strategies for HVAC, electrical, and lighting systems. You will learn about the components, principles, adjustment, and maintenance of system controllers, auxiliary devices and electronic, pneumatic, and computer control systems. We’ll cover heating, cooling, and humidification control applications, along with variable air volume and building pressurization control devices. Environmental Health and Safety Issues Course Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., February 17-19 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 This course provides you with an overview of the environmental health and safety considerations in building operations. You will learn to develop and manage proactive environmental/occupational health and safety programs; comply with regulatory standards and guidelines governing facility health and safety issues; and assess when to obtain technical assistance.

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Ethics is Good Business ShortCourse 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., October 27 Members: $399 | Non-members: $499 Understand the effect that ethical behavior can have on your professional performance and your property’s bottom line. Through presentations of real-life scenarios and case studies, you will identify and resolve ethical dilemmas that can occur on the job. Fundamentals of Facilities Management Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., March 2-4 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 Develop the skills and knowledge critical to the successful execution of any facilities project. A case study woven throughout the course’s textbook presents real world examples of proper planning and selecting a project team, as well as the importance of flexibility, follow through, and attention to detail. High-Performance Sustainable Building Investments (Pilot Course) Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., March 15-18 2016 Pilot Course Pricing Members and Non-Members: $595 This course is a part of BOMI’s new High-Performance Certificate Program. Learners will gain an in-depth understanding of how to effectively impact efficiency challenges through the use of cuttingedge approaches that have a positive effect on an organization’s financial, social and environmental bottom line. Reduced pricing is for pilot course only. The fourth day (half day) of the course is reserved for examination and feedback. High-Performance Sustainable Building Practices Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., September 7-9 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 This course is a part of BOMI’s new High-Performance Certificate Program. Throughout this course, you will learn how to effectively optimize and apply sustainable best practices-that cover every aspect of the built environment-to drive operational efficiencies for a highperformance building. High-Performance Sustainable Building Principles Foundation Scholarship Embedded 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., June 22-24 Members: $1,045 $545 | Non-members: $1,295 $795

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This course is a part of BOMI’s new High-Performance Certificate Program. As an industry professional, you will gain insight on how to meet the imperative for sustainable initiatives, stay abreast of new trends in greening, and effectively communicate the value of pursuing sustainable building initiatives. Law and Risk Management Course Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., May 18-20 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 In today’s complex business environment, it is becoming increasingly important for property managers to know how to address legal and risk management issues. This course will provide you with a foundation in the basic principles of law and risk management, helping you deal with everyday legal and risk issues surrounding your business. In addition to covering leasing, the course covers important issues concerning torts, contracts, employer/employee relations, property rights and environmental law. The course also describes the risk management process, covering the assessment of loss exposures and determining how to handle the daily risks that property managers encounter. You will learn about the insurance market, different types of insurance policies and the claims adjustment process. The course also covers equipment breakdown insurance, which is an area of growing concern for real estate managers.

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NEW! Managing the Organization Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., September 21-23 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 This newly redesigned course will help you become an effective manager and leader in your organization. Your role will take on new meaning as you learn and understand the impact that you can have on your organization and on the individuals who work for you. The course will reinforce the theory and strategies with a new case study in which management practices are applied to address industry trends and issues related to enhancing the value of an asset. LEED Exam Preparation Courses 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Members: $295 | Non-members: $325 LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Courses: February 23, September 20 LEED Operations and Maintenance Exam Prep Courses: November 4 These courses prepare you with in-depth knowledge to take the LEED Green Associate and the LEED Accredited Professional Operations and Maintenance Exams. In addition to the in-person training, participants also receive access to 60 days of post-class online exam simulators, which reinforce the knowledge gained by attending the course. Property Management 101 Is Foundation scholarship eligible Spring Course Begins February 19 Fall Course Begins August 12 Member Companies: $599 | Non-member Companies: $699 Explore the world of property management through this five-day course taught over five weeks. This dynamic course combines classroom-style learning, interaction with industry professionals and behind-the-scenes tours of metro-Atlanta buildings. It is designed for assistant property and facility managers and others who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the industry. The Georgia Real Estate Commission has approved this course for 24 hours of Continuing Education Units. Property Management 201 Begins April 1 Member Companies: $599 | Non-member Companies: $699 Property Management 201 is the next step for individuals who have completed PM 101 or who have more experience in the property management field. This five-day course is taught over five consecutive weeks and includes information about accounting and reporting, leasing and marketing, risk management, emergency planning and management skills. Real Estate Investment and Finance Course Is Foundation scholarship eligible 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., November 2-4 Members: $1,045 | Non-members: $1,295 Through this course, you will learn to take charge of real estate investments in order to maximize the value of a property. You will develop knowledge about basic financial concepts as they relate to real estate, including valuation, analysis, taxation, depreciation and lifecycle costing. Similarly, you will learn to evaluate real estate investments and to develop budgets that estimate net operating income. You will study the income capitalization approach and cover property taxation costs and strategies to offset these costs. You will also gain the skills to conduct discounted cash flow analysis and calculate net present value and internal rate of return. This course features exercises that require the basic use of the HP-10Bii financial calculator. Tour of Buildings 1-4:30 p.m., September 27 Members: $50 | Non-members: $65 Learn more about the diversity of commercial real estate by touring three unique buildings. In one afternoon, you will learn what makes each building so distinct. Each building tour will last one hour and will highlight features specific to the overall operation of the building.

These courses denote that a Foundation scholarship is embedded for all students enrolled in the course.

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Professional Designations

Throughout the commercial property industry, a BOMI Institute designation is recognized as a mark of distinction; an emblem of achievement backed by the institute’s more than 40 years of excellence in developing and offering advanced education programs. And whichever of the four professional designations you pursue–the Real Property Administrator (RPA); the Facilities Management Administrator (FMA); the Systems Maintenance Technician (SMT); or the Systems Maintenance Administrator (SMA)–you can be assured you will receive field-proven, time-tested courses that will help you meet the demands of an increasingly complex profession with confidence and success. Throughout the year, BOMA Georgia will provide educational courses that qualify for credit toward each of these designations. Real Property Administrator – RPA The Real Property Administrator designation program serves the educational needs of both third-party property managers and corporate property managers. It covers every aspect of property management, from the basics of building design, operation and maintenance, to the specialized areas of commercial property law and risk management, marketing, and asset management. Through this program, property managers learn to maximize the net income of any property, be it one building or an entire portfolio. Facilities Management Administrator – FMA The Facilities Management Administrator designation program benefits new and experienced facilities professionals alike.

Through the in-depth coverage of criticalneeds topics, including planning and project management, facilities technologies, finance and investment, and environmental health and worker safety, the FMA program helps position facilities managers as key strategic contributors within their organizations.

What Can A Designation Do For You? Useful knowledge: That is the hallmark of a BOMI designation. A BOMI designation helps you to understand your job better, to be more productive and to get noticed. It imparts the critical skills you need to grow professionally and personally.

Systems Maintenance Technician – SMT The Systems Maintenance Technician designation program provides today’s technicians with the skills that will help them stand out as top performers, who can raise a building’s efficiency while reducing operating costs. The SMT program covers every major building operating system, from HVAC to plumbing to electrical and overall control systems.

BOMI designations provide you with the educational foundation on which to continue to build your current career or branch out into other areas of the real property industry. Whether you complete a single course or a full designation program, you will get a true feeling of accomplishment and the satisfaction of knowing that you have just empowered yourself with the skills and understanding that can better your career throughout your life.

Systems Maintenance Administrator – SMA The Systems Maintenance Administrator program further distinguishes professionals with the advanced knowledge required to run a sound, efficient, cost-effective maintenance department. Building on the SMT designation with additional courses on administration, energy management, and environmental health and safety issues, the SMA program helps prepare maintenance professionals for a career in facilities management.

Statistics to Consider • 98 percent of BOMI International graduates said that BOMI International courses have enabled themselves or their employees to be more efficient. • 94 percent of graduates who have earned a BOMI International designation and/or certificate agree that they have helped better position their corporation or organization for success. • 68 percent of graduates have experienced a decrease in monthly operating expenses with energy consumption being the number one cost savings.

Enhance Your Designation as RPA|HP or FMA|HP If you’ve already earned a RPA or FMA designation, you can also earn an enhanced RPA|HP or FMA|HP designation. Simply complete all three courses in BOMI’s new HighPerformance program. See the ad above and the certificate course details on page 7.

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BOMA Georgia Certificate Programs BOMA Georgia is committed to enhancing the professionalism and value of members through education. As part of our commitment, we have a variety of certificate programs now available. Through these programs, you will gain knowledge, earn recognition, expand your resume and return value to your employer and building owner. Commercial HVAC Certificate Earn this joint certificate from Chattahoochee Technical College and BOMA Georgia by completing a five-module program. Designed for building engineers, semester topics include the properties of thermodynamics; chilled water systems; air cooled chillers; air handling systems; fans; direct expansion systems; heating systems; control systems; energy conservation; and applicable rules, regulations, standards and laws. The modules in this program may be taken out of sequence. Property Management 101 Explore the world of property management through Property Management 101, a five-day course taught over five weeks. This dynamic course combines classroom-style learning, interaction with industry professionals and behind-the-scenes tours of metro-Atlanta buildings. It is designed for assistant property and facility managers and others who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the industry. Class locations vary from class to class. Participants will be notified of location prior to class via email.

Property Management 201 Expand your knowledge of property management through Property Management 201, a five-day course taught over five weeks. It is designed for property and facility managers interested in expanding their knowledge of the industry and taking their career to the next level. This course is an excellent opportunity for PM 101 graduates and more experienced property professionals to become more proficient in the workplace. Learn about accounting and reporting, leasing and marketing, managing risks, emergency preparedness and management skills.

BOMI CERTIFICATES: BOMA Georgia has partnered with the Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI) to offer the following certificates: Financial Proficiency Certificate; Facilities Management Certificate; Property Administration Certificate; and Building Systems Maintenance Certificate.

Building Engineering 101 Get the solid foundation in building engineering you need through BOMA Georgia’s Building Engineering 101, a six-day course taught over six weeks. The course combines classroom-style learning, interaction with industry professionals and behind-the-scenes tours of Atlanta buildings. Learn from real-life scenarios while gaining an understanding of relevant building systems in a course specifically designed to teach building engineers how to be successful in their field. Sessions cover basic trade skills, preventative maintenance, risk management, fire and life safety, best practices for communications, and a better understanding of how important the building engineer’s role is to the overall success of the building. Class is geared toward new building engineers, as well as property and facility managers who want to gain a better understanding of building engineering.

BOMI High-Performance Certificate Complete three HP BOMI courses and pass an exam, and you’ll earn the new HighPerformance Sustainability Certificate from BOMI. If you’ve already earned a RPA or FMA designation, you’ll also earn an enhanced RPA|HP or FMA|HP designation. Each course delivers an integrated and practical curriculum that encompasses virtually every aspect of the sustainable built environment, and provides you with the tools and knowledge necessary for understanding, creating, and applying sustainable initiatives; optimizing current and future high-performance building operations; maximizing cost-savings and environmental stewardship; reaching individual professional development goals.

BOMI now offers a High-Performance Certificate, see the entry below! For more information on these programs, visit www.BOMAGeorgia.org or call (404) 475-9980.

BOMA Georgia Seminars BTO Seminars BOMA Georgia BTO seminars are produced by the BOMA Technical Organization (BTO) specifically for engineers and real estate managers interested in studying the latest industry technology and trends while promoting safety and mitigating risk at their properties. Seminars are held twice a year with different topics ranging from optimizing your HVAC system to electrical safety. Participants receive both classroom instruction, as well as handson experience with industry experts. Stay on top of the industry and make safety a priority and attend BOMA Georgia’s upcoming safety seminars. Green Seminars BOMA Georgia is a leader in green education with resources like the Green Real Estate Network Shared Interest Group; LEED GA and LEED AP Exam Preparation Courses; and Sustainable Real Estate Seminar series. Whether you are preparing to become a LEED designated professional, or just want to learn more about the latest green products, services, trends and opportunities, BOMA Georgia’s green seminars can help you meet your green and sustainability education goals and interests.

Partner Seminars Quality seminars often come from partnering with other industry organizations that provide thought leaders and resource experts to help grow your knowledge of the industry. This is why throughout the year, BOMA Georgia teams up with partners like ASHRAE, AIA, Green Chamber of the South, Southeast Green, Council for Quality growth and others to provide content and subject matter that make you wellrounded student of the industry. Whether it is codes and compliance or new technologies, these seminars keep real estate professionals connected to the latest trend and subjects. Statewide Seminars BOMA Georgia has expanded its seminars to more markets outside of the Metro Atlanta area. These markets include Macon, Augusta and Savannah. With partners like the Green Chamber of the South, Southeast Green and the Council for Quality Growth, BOMA Georgia has been able to provide valuable educational topics that are relevant to the different markets they serve. Perhaps you have other members of your organization or affiliates who work in these markets. Remind them to be on the lookout in 2016 for BOMA Georgia statewide seminars.

Free Seminars BOMA Georgia always looks for ways to create value for its members. Every year the association offers free seminars to BOMA Georgia members. The Fall Free Seminar, is an annual seminar that explores topics and trends in Georgia’s commercial real estate industry. These seminars are free and open to any current BOMA Georgia member. Non-members can attend for $99. Specifically designed for BOMA Georgia allied members, the Allied Member Resource Group meets quarterly for a free seminar. The seminars explore specific topics related to either doing business or maximizing an allied member’s experience within BOMA Georgia. These seminars are always free for BOMA Georgia allied members. Non-members may attend at the non-member price of $99. Free seminars are a great way to maximize the value of your membership and return hundreds of dollars on your membership investment. In 2016, be sure to check the calendar of events on the BOMA Georgia website often to learn about the latest BOMA Georgia seminars. www.BOMAGeorgia.org

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Networking Opportunities BOMA Georgia Luncheons 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. January 20, May 25, August 10, September 14 and November 9 Members: Free, registration required | Non-members: $65 BOMA luncheons are enjoyable and educational. They are also a valuable networking and professional development experience. Each luncheon features an industry-recognized speaker on a topic of interest to the commercial real estate industry. BOMA Georgia TOBY and Association Awards Luncheon 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. February 10 Location: TBD Registration: $65 Announcing the winners of the annual TOBY competition and association awards, this annual luncheon celebrates excellence in the commercial real estate industry and is a premier networking opportunity. BOMA Southern Region Conference April 6-9, Miami, FL Educational seminars, networking events and social activities are just a few of the opportunities that await you at the 2016 BOMA Southern Region Conference. During the conference, you will learn about industry trends, listen to nationally recognized industry leaders and gain perspective on issues affecting commercial real estate. You will also see the regional winners of the 2016 The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award Program. BTO Quarterly Luncheons First quarter: February 4 and 11 Second quarter: May 5 and 12 Third quarter: August 4 and 11 Fourth quarter: November 3 and 10 Members: Free, registration required | Non-members: $40

Industrial SIG Meetings March 9, April 13, July 13 and October 18 Members: Free, registration required | Non-members: $20 The Industrial Shared Interest Group (Industrial SIG) is geared solely to the needs and interests of industrial real estate managers. The Industrial SIG meets quarterly for lunch and discussion of a topic of interest to the industrial real estate sector. These meetings provide a forum for industrial real estate professionals to collaborate and learn from their counterparts; network and understand their competitive landscape; learn new tactics for handling common issues; and identify industrial suppliers. This group not open to vendors or service providers. Medical Office Building Meetings March 10, June 16, September 1 and December 1 The Medical Office Building Managers Shared Interest Group (MOB SIG) is organized to address the specific interests of medical office building managers and engineers. This group meets quarterly for an informal meeting and networking session followed by a discussion of specific medical office management issues and current industry trends and challenges. Young Professionals SIG Meetings March 9 Lunch-and-Learn, May 4 Breakfast, August 16 Lunch-and-Learn and November 17 After Hours If you are 35 and under, and looking to advance your career in the commercial real estate industry, then the Young Professionals Education Series is perfect for you. Attend for a chance to network with leaders in your field, and discuss issues affecting young professionals in the industry.

BOMA Technical Organization (BTO) quarterly luncheons bring together building engineers and others interested in the technical aspects of properly maintaining commercial properties. Each luncheon includes educational coverage of a topic important to the industry. To maximize convenience for building engineers, each luncheon is held twice at different locations. BTO Breakfast 8-9 a.m. May 25 Members: Free, registration required | Non-members: $35 The BOMA Technical Organization (BTO) breakfast brings together building engineers and others interested in the technical aspects of property maintaining commercial properties. This breakfast includes coverage of an education topic that is important to the industry and is a great networking opportunity. Facilities Management SIG February 23, May 11, August 3 and November 16 Members: Free, registration required | Non-members: $20 The Facilities Management Shared Interest Group (FM SIG)addresses the important issues and big questions of Facility Management property management professionals. Facility managers have different needs and requirements that set them apart from other property management professionals. The Facilities Management SIG seeks to identify and meet those needs. This group not open to vendors or service providers. Green Real Estate Network Breakfasts 8-9:30 a.m. January 28, March 29, June 1, July 28, October 4 and December 6 Members: $20 | Non-members: $35 The Green Real Estate Network is for individuals who want to further their knowledge of green and sustainable practices. These breakfasts allow attendees to network with leaders in green and learn more about sustainability in the commercial real estate industry.

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(My company is a Member)

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Grow your company’s membership 2016 MEMBERSHIP DUES

PAY IT FORWARD

Property Managers: More than 100,000 SQ FT $1,710 0-100,000 SQ FT $905

Allied Members: Key Rep $1,710 Additional Members $860

Additional Members 2 to 10 members 11 to 20 members More than 20 members

BTO Members: w/ member companies w/ non-member companies

Key Rep

$860 $790 $670

Student Members: $50

Facility Managers: $860

Additional Members: 2 to 10 members 11 to 20 members More than 20 members

$150 $190

Donate to the BOMA Georgia Foundation The BOMA Georgia Foundation is advancing real estate education and research. Consider paying it forward by budgeting a corporate donation to the Foundation in 2016. Every donation makes a difference. Corporate Donor Levels Associate Level | $500-$999 Bachelor Level | $1,000-$2,499 Master Level | $2,500-$4,999 Doctorate Level | $5,000-$9,999 Post-Doctorate Level | $10,000 and above

$860 $790 $670

2016 EDUCATION AND EVENTS PRICING FULL-PRICE BOMI COURSES*:

FULL-PRICE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS*:

LUNCHEONS/BREAKFASTS*:

Members: $1045 | Non-members: $1295

PM 101 and 201 Member:$599 | Non-Member: $699 BE 101 Member: $369 | Non-Member:$419 Commercial HVAC Member:$635 | Non-Member $735

TOBY/Association Awards Banquet $69 BTO Lunch Member: Free | Non-Member: $40 BTO Breakfast Member: Free | Non-Member: $35

Exceptions include the Ethics is Good Business ShortCourse, SMT/SMA Courses and the Budgeting and Accounting RPA Course, HP Sustainable Building Investments (Pilot) and HP Sustainable Building Principles.

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SIGN-UP FORM

For additional information, call (404) 475-9980

Committees and Shared Interest Groups Complete and return this form to BOMA Georgia using the contact information located in the footer.

You will be added to your committee and SIG selections after this sign-up sheet has been received by the BOMA Georgia office. You will be notified via email regarding the next meeting of your committee(s) and groups. IMPORTANT: BOMA Georgia committees are for members only and operate on a calendar-year basis. Shared Interest Groups are open to non-members, but some may restrict vendor and service provider attendance. Name ______________________________________________ Company ________________________________________ Address ___________________________________________ City _________________________________ St ________ Zip __________ Phone ________________________________ Fax _________________________________Email ________________________________ Please place a check mark inside the white boxes to the left of each group you wish to join.

2016 BOMA Georgia Committees Members Only

Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG)

Serves as the representative body for allied members and creates a supportive interaction between regular and allied members. Meets four times during the year.

Awards Committee

Plans and conducts an annual awards program to recognize individuals for their contributions to the association and the industry. Meets one time in January.

BOMA Technical Organization

Develops and provides programs for building engineers. Meets throughout the year.

Community Service Committee

Researches community needs and develops plans to assist. Meets throughout the year.

Editorial Board

Determines the theme for each quarterly issue of Insight magazine and suggests ideas and topics. Meets quarterly.

Government Affairs Committee

Monitors studies and recommends policy and advocacy strategies on legislative and regulatory matters affecting real estate. Meets throughout the year, mainly during the state legislative session.

Membership Committee

Plans and conducts ongoing membership recruitment and retention programs. Meets throughout the year.

Professional Development Council

Approves professional development programs and guides development of programs for young professionals and ensures RPA, FMA, SMT and SMA designation courses are offered. Meets four times per year.

2016 Shared Interest Groups (SIGS) All real estate professionals, with some restrictions. Young Professionals

BOMA Georgia’s Young Professionals Shared Interest Group (YP SIG) is for individuals 35 years old and under who are interested in advancing their careers in the commercial real estate industry.

Medical Office Building Managers

The Medical Office Building Shared Interest Group (MOB SIG) is organized to address the specific interests of medical office building managers and engineers.

Green Real Estate Network

The Green Real Estate Network is for professionals who are interested in increasing their knowledge of green and sustainable practices. Members of this group will receive invitations to green breakfasts and be the first to know about green and sustainable course offerings from BOMA Georgia.

Industrial (Not open to vendors/service providers) The Industrial Shared Interest Group (Industrial SIG) is geared solely to the needs and interests of industrial real estate managers.

Facilities Management (Not open to vendors/service providers) The Facilities Management Shared Interest Group (FM SIG)addresses the important issues and big questions of Facilities Management property professionals.

Sports Outing Committee

Plans and supports the annual BOMA Georgia Sports Outing and meets June through October.

TOBY Judging Committee

Judges and selects winners for The Outstanding Building of the Year Awards. Meets in January.

Trade Show Committee

Plans and supports the BOMA Georgia Trade Show and meets January through May

BOMA Georgia / 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (404) 475-9980 / Fax: (404) 475-9987 / Web: www.BOMAGeorgia.org

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2017 Southern Region Conference Atlanta, GA |April 5-8, 2017 Presented by:

About the Southern Region Conference The BOMA Georgia Foundation is pleased to be selected by the BOMA Southern Region to host the Regional Conference on April 5-8, 2017 in Atlanta, GA. The annual Southern Region Conference attracts nearly 300 annual attendees from across the region seeking top-notch education and networking opportunities and participation in regional TOBY and awards competition. While at the conference, asset managers, property managers, facility managers and building engineers will be looking for the latest products and services to help them operate and manage their buildings to increase ROI and return value to tenants and owners. Conference sponsors receive extensive visibility and exposure in both the Georgia and Southern CRE markets. Additionally, sponsorships provide companies with visibility beyond the conference, reaching more than 6,000 real estate professionals in the Southeast.

Online registration begins launches April 2016: www.BOMASRC2017.org Limited Sponsorship Opportunities Available, Call (404) 475-9980 for details. See our list of sponsors at www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org/southern-region.

BOMA Georgia - 2016 Professional Development Guide  

Discover all the education, advocacy and networking available to real estate industry professionals in 2016.

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