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Leading the commercial real estate industry to enhance the professionalism and value of our members through education, advocacy, community inolvement, membership participation and the open exchange of ideas.


In this issue:

AUGUST Design, Operation & Maintenance II

Aug 16

Young Professionals After Hours: Network Like a Pro

Aug 29

Calendar of Events and Contact Information

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Certificate Courses and Seminars

3

TOBY Entrant Workshop

Sep 12

BTO Opportunities

4

BOMA Georgia September Luncheon

Sep 13

Allied Member Opportunities

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Commercial HVAC - Module 2

Sep 14

Fall Activity Planner - Designation Courses

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LEEDv4 Green Associate Exam Prep

Sep 19

Fall Activity Planner - Shared Interest Groups, Certificate Courses and Seminars

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Building Engineering 101

Sep 27

Fall Free Seminar: Increasing Conflict Competence

Sep 28

Advancing Real Estate Education and Research and Budget Planning

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OCTOBER

Membership Information Committees & SIG info

TOBY Entrant Workshop

Oct 03

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Cox Tour: Sustainability Initiatives

Oct 03

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2017 Sports Outing

Oct 06

LEED AP - Operations & Maintenance Exam Prep

Oct 10

High-Performance Sustainable Building Practices

Oct 11

Wildwood Building Tour Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) Event

Oct 17

BTO Seminar: Life Safety

Oct 19

Industrial SIG Meeting

Oct 24

Tour Of Atlanta Buildings

Oct 25

Ethics Is Good Business ShortCourse

Oct 26

Halloween New Member Orientation

Oct 31

Contact Us BOMA Georgia: (404) 475-9980 / www.BOMAGeorgia.org BOMA Georgia Foundation: www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org BOMA Legacy: www.BOMALegacy.org

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THANK YOU!

BOMA GEORGIA 2017 SPONSORS PLATINUM

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2017 CALENDAR

BOMA International: (202) 408-2662 / www.boma.org BOMI International: (800) 235-2664 / www.bomi.org

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER Real Estate Investment & Finance

Nov 01

BTO Lunch

Nov 02

Boilers, Heating Systems & Applied Mathematics

Nov 07

BOMA Georgia November Luncheon

Nov 08

BTO Lunch

Nov 09

Facilities Resource Group Meeting

Nov 15

Young Professionals Lunch & Learn

Nov 16

CRE Leadership Masters Program Application Deadline

Nov 30

DECEMBER Hillside Holiday Party

Dec 04

Green Real Estate Network Breakfast

Dec 05

Law & Risk Management

Dec 06

BOMA Day At the Capitol

Feb 13 (2018)

BOMA Southern Region Conference

March 28-30

FULL CIRCLE MAYBERRY

Restoration

ELECTRIC, INC.

SILVER Arborguard Tree Specialists • Capital City Mechanical Services CORT • Empire Roofing • Engineered Restorations Everclear Enterprises • Georgia Paving • milliCare by Trilogyfm Roof Partners • SecurAmerica

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For more information on BOMA Georgia Events visit us online: WWW.BOMAGEORGIA.ORG


Gain Industry Knowledge

UPCOMING EVENTS... Fall Free Seminar: Increasing Conflict Competence

Compete in the 2018 TOBY Competition!

Tools to Resolve Unchecked Conflict in the Commercial Real Estate World THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 In our culture, “conflict” often carries a negative connotation. When two or more people are gathered into a group, conflict exists. A certain level of conflict and tension are required for an organization to grow and indicates a healthy exchange of ideas and creativity. However, unchecked conflict can result in employee / tenant dissatisfaction, reduced productivity, poor service to clients, and increased chance of litigation based on claims of harassment. In short, unchecked conflict can lead to a toxic environment. SPEAKER: Mark Morris has almost 30 years of experience in business working to help teams stay together, become more engaged, and get stronger. He is currently the Talent Acquisition Manager for Kinetix, a Recruiting, Staffing, and HR Consulting firm for high growth companies. BOMA Georgia Members: FREE | Non-members: $99 | $10 Late Fee for member registrations after Sept. 22 l Non-members $109 for registration after Sept. 22.

The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards are the most prestigious and comprehensive programs of their kind in the commercial real estate industry recognizing quality in buildings and rewarding excellence in building management. During the competitions, all facets of a building’s operations are thoroughly evaluated. Buildings are judged on everything from community involvement and site management to environmental and “green” policies and procedures. Are you thinking about entering 2018 TOBY competition? Learn more about the steps to enter. Follow the steps here: HTTP://BIT.LY/TOBY18

Tour of Atlanta Buildings October 25

To register online visit our online calendar of events at:

www.BOMAGeorgia.org

Members: $50 | Non-member: $65 (Registration required) A $20 late fee applies to registrations after October 11.

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BTO OPPORTUNITIES

Commercial HVAC - Module 2 Thursdays, Sept. 14-Nov. 16 5-9 p.m. Chattahoochee Technical College Marietta Campus 980 South Cobb Drive Marietta, GA 30060 Member: $645 Non-Member: $745

COMMERCIAL HVAC CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

When beginning my second career, I knew that transitioning from manufacturing into the real estate industry, would come with some challenges. I needed new skill sets. The Commercial HVAC program was the answer. This certification program provided the foundation that I needed to start applying immediate solutions and economies for my company. -Mark Gallman, LEED GA Highwood’s Properties

Air Cooled Chillers

MODULE 2

Specifying and buying chillers Air Handling Systems

Enroll Today! www.BOMAGeorgia.org

Building Engineering 101 Wednesdays, Sept. 27-Nov. 1 7:30-11:30 a.m. Each class is held at a different location and includes a building or facility tour. Member Company: $369 Non-Member: $419 After Sept. 20: Add $75

Learn. Grow. Succeed.

2017 BTO LUNCH SCHEDULE

How does $500 sound?

Lunch Meetings: These lunch meetings are held twice each quarter at different locations for convenience and are free for BOMA Georgia BTO members. Each luncheon features a topic of interest to building engineers. These meetings are not open to non-sponsoring vendors and service providers. Thank you to sponsors, EMCOR Services Aircond and The BEST Consultant.

Pursue your SMA or SMT Designation Member and non-member engineers interested in pursuing their Systems Maintenance Administrator (SMA) or Systems Maintenance Technician (SMT) designation, benefit from an embedded $500 Foundation scholarship in most 2017 SMA/SMT designation courses. See page 6 for remaining program courses in 2017.

• International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) Task Force Results Nov. 2 and 9 Registration Fee: $40 | Free for BOMA BTO Members The Aug. 3 and Nov. 2 lunches are held at 100 Peachtree Street NW in the Large Mock Courtroom and the Aug. 10 and Nov. 9 lunches are held at the Northcreek Park Office Park. More details online. REGISTER ONLINE: www.BOMAGeorgia.org

The Foundation serves You! “Without the BOMA scholarship, I wouldn’t be able to finish the Commercial HVAC series of courses. I am currently attending the third module, with just two more to go. I can’t thank the Foundation enough for the assistance, and I believe this will help others to attend and finish.” --David Withrow | Accesso Services

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ALLIED MEMBER OPPORTUNITIES Sports Outing Sponsorship Opportunities Going Quickly!

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The annual BOMA Georgia Sports Outing, sponsored by SERVPRO of Decatur, is scheduled for October 6 at Chateau Elan in Braselton, GA. Companies can gain access and exposure at this flagship BOMA event by reserving one or more of the remaining sponsorship opportunities listed below. • • • • •

Golf Hole Sponsors Specialty Golf Contest Sponsor Food Sponsors Driving Range Sponsor Tennis Sponsors

• Putting Contest Sponsor • Tennis Lunch Sponsor • Hole in One Contest ...and many more!

Where business really gets done!

Check out our events calendar online for more information at: www.BOMAGeorgia.org.

DON’T MISS THE FINAL AMRG EVENT THIS YEAR!

AMRG

Allied Member Resource Group (AMRG) events are open to all vendors and service providers. AMRG events are a great way to network with other service providers in the real estate industry, and every meeting will feature an educational topic valuable to building management partners. The AMRG meets quarterly.

Oct. 17 | Wildwood Building Tour 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Registration for these AMRG meetings can be found on the BOMA Georgia website, www.BOMAGeorgia.org. The CRE Leadership Masters Program is a leadership journey that features a variety of instruction styles, including: • experiential learning, both as an individual and in teams; • individualized, executive coaching sessions; • extracurricular coursework; and • a program project presented by each participant at the conclusion of the program. To offer diverse leadership experience, registrants are accepted based on their CRE segment and years of experience in the industry. Class size is limited.

2018 CRE LEADERSHIP MASTERS PROGRAM Responding to the need in the market to prepare Commercial Real Estate (CRE) professionals to meet the leadership challenges of tomorrow, BOMA Georgia has established 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.

Each participant in the CRE Leadership Masters Program will be required to research, plan and implement a project. The purpose of these projects should be to demonstrate and put into practice what participants learn through the CRE Leadership Masters Program, and to contribute to your industry, company and association in a meaningful way.

APPLY TODAY: HTTP://BIT.LY/CRE2018APPLICATION BOMA Opportunities Guide | 5


2017 FALL BOMA ACTIVITY PLANNER BOMI Designation courses offered by BOMA Georgia

To register for any of the designation courses below, place a check in the box to the left of the event and complete the registration information below and return this form via fax to (404) 475-9980 or by mail to BOMA Georgia, 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328.

2017 FALL RPA, FMA and HP Courses

All RPA, FMA and HP Courses are hosted from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the BOMA Georgia Conference Center. Design, Operation and Maintenance Course Part II

BOMA Members: $1,079 | Normal Rate: $1,299

August 16-18

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. This course is eligible for the BOMA Georgia Foundation Revolving Fund Program. HP Sustainable Building Practices BOMA Members: $579 |Normal Rate: $799 October 11-13 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 high-performance building. Complete this course along with the High Performance Sustainable Building Principles course and the High Performance Sustainable Building Investments course to earn the BOMI-HP designation. Ethics is Good Business ShortCourse

BOMA Members: $399 | Normal Rate: $499

October 26

This course helps you 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. Real Estate Investment & Finance BOMA Member: $1,079 | Normal Rate: $1,299 November 1-3 You will develop knowledge about basic financial concepts as they relate to real estate, including valuation, analysis, taxation, depreciation & life-cycle costing. You will learn to evaluate real estate investments & develop budgets that estimate net operating income. You will also gain skills to conduct discounted cash flow analysis & calculate net present value & internal rate of return. Law and Risk Management BOMA Member: $1,079 | Normal Rate: $1,299 December 6-8 This course will provide you with a foundation in the basic principles of law & risk management. In addition to covering leasing, the course covers important issues concerning torts, contracts, employer/employee relations, property rights & environmental law. The course describes the risk management process, covering assessment of loss exposures & handling daily risks that property managers encounter.

2017 SMT & SMA Courses

Regular SMA/SMT Course pricing is $1,079 for members and $1,299 for non-members. All 2017 SMA/SMT courses feature an embedded scholarship from the BOMA Georgia Foundation for all registered students lowering the price to $579 for members and $799 for non-members. All 2017 classes are hosted from 3-7 p.m. Boilers, Heating Systems & Applied Mathematics

BOMA Members: $579 | Normal Rate: $799

Tuesdays, November 7-December 12

Understand the inner workings of boilers, burners, controls, fittings, valves, and pumps, as well as how they connect and interrelate. Learn how to operate and maintain steam, hot water, warm air, and radiant heating systems, as well as the principles of mathematics essential to operating these building systems. Please select your BOMI Enrollment Status (This section is required for registration) BOMI Designation Enrollment Fee: I wish to pursue a BOMI designation. (RPA, FMA, SMT, SMA, Enhanced HP) Please charge the one-time BOMI enrollment fee of $225.

Year 2017 Exceptions: First time enrollees to the HP certificate program pay only $100. Any professional who passes the Foundations of Real Estate Management course (BOMA Georgia’s Property Management 101) and registers for at least one RPA designation course within 90 days of completing their exam will not have to pay the $175 RPA designation program enrollment fee!

Non-Enrollment Charge: I am not pursuing a BOMI designation. (Note: You will be charged a $100 BOMI course fee for every course checked above.) Currently Enrolled: I am currently enrolled in a BOMI designation program. $100 charge per additional credential enrollment.

Registration: Name _________________________________________ Company ________________________________________ Address ____________________________________ City _________________________ St ______ Zip ______________ Phone _______________________________________ Email ___________________________________

Payment:

Check enclosed

Credit card, (mark details below)

Name on Card ________________________________ Card Number ____________________________________ Expiration Date ______________ Amount to charge (mark one):

BOMA Member Rate

Non-Member Rate

Signature _________________________________________________________ Payment: You will not receive your book(s) until full payment is received. Payment must be received in the BOMA Georgia office no later than seven working days prior to the class start date. There is a $100 late fee for registrations less than two weeks prior to the course start date. Cancellation policy: Those who cancel within two weeks of the start date will receive a 50 percent refund. There are no refunds for cancellations after the start of the class.

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2017 FALL BOMA ACTIVITY PLANNER

SHARED INTEREST GROUPs, CERTIFICATE COURSES AND SEMINARS

To register for any of the events below, place a check in the box to the left of the event and complete the registration information below and return this form via fax to (404) 475-9980 or by mail to BOMA Georgia, 5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30328.

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EVENT

DATE

Planning Meeting for Industrial SIG Meeting Notes: Not open to non-sponsoring Aug. 15 vendors and service providers

TIME

MEMBER RATE

NORMAL RATE

ADD LATE FEE

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$20.00

$5 after Aug. 11

$5 after Aug. 25

Young Professionals After Hours: Network Like a Pro

Aug. 29

4:30-6:30 p.m.

$25 Member companies and student mebers

$40

Commercial HVAC - Module 2

Begins Sept. 14

5-9 p.m.

$645.00

$745.00

LEEDv4 Green Associate Exam Prep

Sept. 19

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$295

$325

$10 after Sept. 15

Building Engineering 101

Begins Sept. 27

7:30-11:30 a.m.

$369.00

$419.00

$75 after Sept. 20

Sept. 28

8:330 a.m.-Noon

Free, requires registration

$99

$10 after Sept. 22

Oct. 3

8 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

$20.00

$35.00

$5 after Sept. 29

Oct. 10

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$295

$325

$10 after Oct. 6

Oct. 17

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$50

$10 after Oct. 13

Oct. 19

N/A

Free, requires registration

$35

$25 after Oct. 13

Notes: Not open to non-sponsoring vendors and service providers

Oct. 24

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$20

$5 after Oct. 20

Tour of Atlanta Buildings

Oct. 25

N/A

$50

$65

$15 after Oct. 11

Halloween New Member Orientation

Oct. 31

10-11:30 a.m.

Free for Members and Non-Members

Registration preferred

N/A

BTO Lunch

Nov. 2

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m

Free, requires registration

$40

$25 after Oct. 27

BTO Lunch

Nov. 9

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Free, requires registratiion

$40

$25 after Nov. 3

Facilities Resource Group Meeting

Nov. 15

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$20.00

$5 after Nov. 15

Young Professionals Lunch & Learn

Nov. 16

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Free, requires registration

$30.00

$5 after Nov. 3

Green Real Estate Network Breakfast

Dec. 5

8:30-9:30 a.m.

$20.00

$35.00

$5 after Dec. 1

Fall Free Seminar: Increasing Conflict Competence Cox Campus Tour: Sustainability Initiatives Notes: Not open to nonsponsoring vendors and service providers

LEED AP-Operations & Maintenance Exam Prep Wildwood Building Tour Allied Member Resource Group Event (AMRG) BTO Seminar: Life Safety Industrial SIG Meeting

REGISTRATION *RESTRICTIONS: The following events are closed to vendors and service providers (Allied Members): Facilities Management Shared Interest Group, Industrial Shared Interest Group, Medical Office Building Shared Interest Group meetings. This restriction does not apply to event sponsors. Registration: Name ______________________________________________________________ Company ______________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________ City _______________________________________ St ______ Zip _________________ Phone _________________________________________ Fax _________________________________________Email ___________________________________________ Payment:

Check enclosed

Credit card, (mark details below)

Name on Card _________________________________________ Card Number _______________________________________________________ Expiration Date ______________ Amount to charge (mark one): Member Rate Normal Rate I am a non-member qualifying for the member rate through my company. (applies to Young Professionals meetings, Building Engineering 101, PM 101 and 201, and Commercial HVAC where pricing is based on the registrant’s employer’s membership status) I agree to pay any late fees that may be applicable at the time of my registration submission. Events and dates are subject to change and cancellation. Registrants will be notified in the event of a cancellation. Signature _________________________________________________________

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ADVANCING REAL ESTATE EDUCATION AND RESEARCH. BUILD VALUE. MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

FOUNDATION

www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org

The BOMA Georgia Foundation stays on top of the trends that matter to the industry: high-performance building operations; well educated real estate professionals; and cutting-edge research.

Donors fund research and educational opportunities that create a positive, lasting impact of the industry. Questions are answered and career paths are defined and realized when you get involved in the Foundation.

Since the Foundation was created in 2014, it has awarded over 200 scholarships to individuals seeking a certificate or professional designation in real estate. The Foundation has also conducted five research studies and produced a white paper, all designed to give real estate owners and managers new tools to add value to their properties.

BECOME A BOMA GEORGIA FOUNDATION DONOR

Through involvement with the Foundation, you have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the commercial real estate industry.

The work of the BOMA Georgia Foundation would not be possible without the support of our generous donors. Whether a donation is made by a company or an individual, every contribution is vital to the Foundation’s mission of advancing real estate education and research.

Produced by the inaugural class of CRE Leadership Masters Program participants, the BOMA Georgia Foundation Family 5K is a family-friendly walk organized to raise awareness and funds to help advance real estate education and research. Join us for a happy, healthy morning at Path 400 Buckhead as we put in some sweat equity for the BOMA Georgia Foundation. Sponsorship opportunities are available! See more info online at:

BOMA Georgia has different levels of recognition for both individuals and companies, and donors are recognized on a calendar-year basis. Learn more by visiting the Foundation website.

www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org/cal/walk

GUIDE FOR BUDGET SEASON 2018 MEMBERSHIP DUES Property Managers: More than 100,000 SQ FT 0-100,000 SQ FT

$1,785 $950

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

$905 $825 $705

Facility Managers: Key Rep

$905

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

$905 $825 $705

PAY IT FORWARD

Allied Members: Key Rep Additional Members

$1,785 $905

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

$165 $215

Student Members:

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 2017. Every donation makes a difference.

$55

Corporate Donor Levels

Dues invoices will be sent on October 1 for 2017 dues renewal. Dues must be mailed and paid by December 31, 2018 to continue membership. Please consider the following price points when planning your budgets for 2018.

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

2018 EDUCATION AND EVENTS PRICING FULL-PRICE BOMI COURSES: Members: $1089 | Non-members: $1299 Exceptions include:

Course Name Member Price | Non-Member Price Ethics is Good Business Shortcourse $399| $499 Budgeting and Accounting $589 | $799 Most SMT/SMA Courses $589 | $799 HP Principles Course $589 | $799 HP Practices Course $589 | $799 HP Investment $589 | $799

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FULL-PRICE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: PM 101 and 201 Member: $599 | Non-Member: $699 BE 101 Member: $379 | Non-Member: $479 Commercial HVAC Member: $655 | Non-Member: $755

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Tip: For other pricing estimates, consider the prices found in the activity planner on pages 6 and 7.


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.

2017 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

2017 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.

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.

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,

Sports Outing Committee

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

TOBY Judging Committee

Judges and select 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 BOMA Opportunities Guide | 9


2018

BUDGET BOMA GEORGIA for

Membership Dues Designation Courses Certificate Courses Seminars, Luncheons and Summits (More info on page 8)

www.BOMAGeorgia.org www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org www.BOMALegacy.org

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