CRE Opportunities Guide - Fall 2022

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS AND CONFERENCES COMMITTEES AND SHARED INTEREST GROUPS THANK YOU FOUNDATION DONORS SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS & WEBINARS FOR CRE PROFESSIONALS BOMI DESIGNATIONS - RPA®, FMA®, SMA®, SMT®, BOMI-HP® LEADERSHIP SOCIETY

Produced by the Building Owners and Managers Association of Georgia



events calendar Register online at www.bomageorgia.org/calendar

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER

Sep 01 "Check" Your Roof - BTO Lunch

Nov 01 Boilers, Heating Systems and Applied Mathematics

Sep 08 Commercial HVAC - Module 3

Nov 01 Young Professionals After Hours

Sep 08 YP Educational Seminar and Happy Hour with ABC of Georgia

Nov 02 Hot Topics in Risk Management and Commercial Insurance

Sep 08 "Check" Your Roof - BTO Lunch

Nov 03 Energy & Cost Savings for Building Engineers BTO Lunch

Sep 09 Property Management 101

Nov 04 2022 Fall Foundation Outing

Sep 13 Tee-Up for Success: Designed to Inspire

Nov 09 BOMA Georgia November Luncheon

Sep 14 Real Estate Investment and Finance

Nov 10 Email Etiquette in CRE

Sep 14 BOMA 360 and TOBY Better Together Workshop

Nov 10 Energy & Cost Savings for Building Engineers BTO Lunch

Sep 16 Foundations of Building Engineering 101

Nov 11 BOMA Georgia/HomeAid-Atlanta Service Project

Sep 20 Refrigeration Systems and Accessories

Nov 15 BOMA Georgia Reverse Trade Show

Sep 21 BOMA Georgia September Luncheon

Nov 16 Asset Management

Sep 27 Demonstrating Your CRE Expertise – AMRG Meeting

Nov 16 TOBY Judging Workshop

Sep 30 2022 Sports Outing

DECEMBER

OCTOBER

Dec 01 AMRG Meeting

Oct 04 CRE Excellence: Lessons in Leadership

Dec 01 Fall Foundation Benefit

Oct 05 CRE Collaborative Service Certificate Program

Dec 06 Talent Recruitment Game Changers

Oct 05 Fundamentals of Property Management and Operations

Dec 07 Email Etiquette in CRE Webinar

Oct 06 ENERGY Excellence: Palisades Office Park Tour

Dec 08 CRE Forward ESG Summit

Oct 13 Ethics Is Good Business® ShortCourse

Dec 20 Adding Unexpected Value as a Safety & Security Professional

Oct 18 Cybersecurity and CRE: BCS Framework Showcase Oct 20 The Tenant Experience 365 Seminar Oct 25 Real-World Conflict Resolution Oct 25 New Member Orientation Oct 28 Industrial SIG Meeting

CONTACT US BOMA Georgia: (404) 475-9980 / www.BOMAGeorgia.org BOMA Georgia Foundation: www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org BOMA Legacy: www.BOMALegacy.org CRE Insight Journal: www.CREInsightJournal.com


THANK YOU!

2022 BOMA Georgia Sponsors Platinum

GOLD

cre insight journal

Silver Allied Universal Security Services Arborguard Tree Specialists BMS CAT Capital City Mechanical Services

Empire Roofing EPIC Georgia Paving PM&A

Pritchard Industries Roof Partners

Professional Pathways ENTEK

P3 Painting & Renovations

Overall BTO Everclear Enterprises

The Surface Masters

NExtGen SERVPRO of Decatur

Russell Landscape Group

Sesmas Tree Service

The Morley Companies

Sustaining Partners America’s Capital Partners Banyan Street Capital Brand Properties CapRidge Partners Colliers International Cousins Properties

Cushman & Wakefield Duke Realty Granite Properties Highwoods Properties Lillibridge Healthcare Services Lincoln Property Company

Madison Marquette OA Management Physicians Realty Trust Piedmont Office Realty Trust Pope & Land Enterprises Portman Management

Prologis The RMR Group The Simpson Organization Zeller


PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT BOMA EDUCATION & NETWORKING

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 101 Fridays, Sept. 9-Oct. 14 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Members: $599 | Non-Members: $699 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.

FOUNDATIONS OF BUILDING ENGINEERING Fridays, Sept. 16-Oct. 28, 2022 8 a.m.-Noon Members: $399 | Non-Members: $449 The newly redesigned Building Engineering 101® course–now Foundations of Building Engineering– combines classroom-style learning, interaction with industry professionals and exploration of building systems from Metro-Atlanta properties. Classes will be held on (6) Fridays. In this class, you will learn from real-life scenarios and gain an in-depth understanding of complex building systems. This course is designed to teach beginning building engineers how to be successful in their field, but is open to anyone with an interest in learning more about the intricacies of the profession and industry.

CRE COLLABORATIVE SERVICE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Wednesdays, Oct. 5-26, 2022 9:30-11:30 a.m. The CRE Collaborative Service Certificate Program is a four-day, five module program designed for new and tenured commercial real estate product and service providers. Instruction in the program familiarizes professionals in the service and products sector with the organization and practices of property and facility management professionals. Earning the course certificate ensures product and service providers better understand the CRE marketplace and can better position their products and services to property managers, facility managers, asset managers, building engineers, and other CRE professionals. Topics include an introduction to the commercial real estate industry; finance, accounting, budgeting and bids; building systems and infrastructure; programs and product alignment for CRE; and doing business in the commercial real estate industry.

CRE FORWARD: ESG SUMMIT Dec. 8, 2022 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Whether it is being a good corporate citizen; enhancing efforts around diversity, equity, and inclusion; or creating a more resilient and sustainable future for the commercial real estate industry, the forwarding of environmental, social, and governance best practices are essential to the operations and management of the industry’s premier real estate assets and companies. The CRE Forward ESG Summit invites real estate professionals including owners, asset managers, property managers and building operations professionals for a one-day deep dive into these influential drivers of change in the commercial real estate industry. Through in-person instruction, tours, and pre-recorded content taught by leaders and subject matter experts in business and real estate, ESG Summit participants will be equipped with the knowledge and resources they need to champion ESG initiatives at their companies and buildings.


plug in with boma Georgia Signup for Committees and Shared Interest Groups BOMA GEORGIA COMMITTEES ALLIED MEMBER RESOURCE GROUP BOMA TECHNICAL ORGANIZATION COMMUNITY SERVICE FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

MEMBERS ONLY A unique and effective educational resource specifically designed for BOMA Georgia allied members that also creates a supportive interaction between regular and allied members. The AMRG meets about four times per year. Develops and provides programs for building engineers. The BTO meets throughout the year.

Researches community needs and develops plans to assist. The CSC meets throughout the year. Raises funds for the BOMA Georgia Foundation through securing volunteers and donations for foundation fundraising events, promoting lobby events and electronic recycling donations, as well as individual and corporate giving to the Foundation. Meets as needed throughout the year. Monitors, studies and recommends policy and advocacy strategies on legislative and regulatory matters that affect the commercial real estate industry. The GAC meets throughout the year, most heavily during the state legislative session at the beginning of each year.

INDUSTRY INSIGHT

Exercises think-tank and brainstorming exercises throughout the year to assist in the development of programming and editorial content for the association. The IIC meets throughout the year.

MEMBERSHIP

Plans and conducts the ongoing membership recruitment and retention programs of the association. This committee is also responsible for implementing new member engagement strategies. The Membership Committee meets four to five times per year.

TOBY TRADE SHOW

Plans and conducts the activities leading to the selection of The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards, including the Earth Award. The TOBY Committee meets one time in December or January of each year. Performs various duties in support of and in preparation for the annual BOMA Georgia Trade Show. These duties include advising and recommending improvements to the Trade Show; selecting the show theme; organizing the Silent Auction; and providing volunteer assistance the day of the show. The Trade Show Committee meets several times from January through May of each year.

ARE YOU A MEMBER? JOIN A BOMA GEORGIA COMMITTEE TODAY! WWW.BOMAGEORGIA.ORG/COMMITTEES

SHARED INTEREST GROUPS & SECTIONS FACILITIES RESOURCE GROUP*

The Facilities Resource Group is organized to address the specific needs of Facilities Management professionals. This SIG provides networking and education opportunities directed to the unique needs and interests of Facility Managers. SIG members will meet quarterly for lunch and discussion of a topic of interest to the facilities management sector.

GREEN

The Green Interests Section includes professionals who are interested in increasing their knowledge of green and sustainable practices. Members of this section will receive invitations to green programming and will be the first to know about green and sustainable course offerings from BOMA Georgia.

INDUSTRIAL*

MEDICAL OFFICE* YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

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. The Medical Office Section includes commercial real estate professionals interested in the specific needs of medical office building managers and engineers. Members of this section will occasionally receive invitations to medical office programming and will be the first to know about seminars and discussions concerning medical office management issues, as well as new and emerging medical office trends and challenges and the impacts of legislative changes. For individuals who are 35 years old and under and interested in advancing their careers in the commercial real estate industry. Members attend special events that focus on networking and professional development. *Not open to service partners or members of the allied industry.

CONNECT WITH YOUR COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INTERESTS! WWW.BOMAGEORGIA.ORG/SIG


Thank you to our 2022 BOMA Georgia Foundation Donors Since the Foundation was created in 2014, it has awarded over 600 scholarships to individuals seeking a certificate or professional designation in real estate. The Foundation has also conducted more than 14 research projects and white papers, all designed to give real estate owners and managers new tools to add value to their properties.

INDIVIDUALS Associate

Individual donors who have given $100-$199 Casey Dixon

Judi Clements

Chonte’ Martin

Michael Knox

Don Moore

Natalie Tyler-Martin

Florence Barbour

Russell Copeland

Jacob Wilder

Bachelor

Individual donors who have given $200-$349 Andrea Allen

Laure Biel

Dusty Muck

Neschune Henry

Hal Moore

Renee Williams

Ian Hughes

Scott Doksansky

Jen Wright

Stacy Abbate

Jimi Broderick

Tammy Weeks

Doctorate

Individual donors who have given $500-$999 Christine Bailey

Mark Gallman

Jeffrey Graham

Morgan Cohen

Jessica Nix

Shawn Benjamin

COMPANIES Associate

Company donors who have given $500-$999 ABM Allied Universal Security Services Arborguard Atlanta Property Group Banyan Street Capital BMS CAT of Georgia Brand Real Estate Services Capital City Mechanical Services CapRidge Partners CBRE Colliers International Cushman & Wakefield Duke Realty Empire Roofing Engineered Restorations ENTEK EPIC Everclear Enterprises Georgia Paving Gray Contracting Highwoods Properties Lillibridge Healthcare Services Madison Marquette

Mayberry Electric, Inc. OA Management P3 Painting & Renovations Parker Young Construction, A RESCON Company Physicians Realty Trust PM&A Pope & Land Enterprises Portman Management Pritchard Industries Prologis Remediation Group Roof Partners Rubbermaid Commercial Products Russell Landscape SERVPRO of North Lilburn Sesmas Tree Service LLC SOLID The Morley Companies The RMR Group The Simpson Organization The Surface Masters

Bachelor

Company donors who have given $1,000-$2,499

Jessica Nix

Post-Doctorate

Individual donors who have given $1,000+ Billy Gray

Mark Dukes

Dena Rodrigues

Melody Frcek

Gabriel Eckert

Pat Freeman

Marie Worsham

Tiffany Wilson

Dean’s List

Doctorate

Company donors who have given $5,000-$9,999

Individual donors who have given $25,000 or more Orlando Ojeda

Post-Doctorate

Company donors who have given $10,000 or more

Join our growing list of annual donors

www.BOMAGeorgiaFoundation.org *List current as of 8/26/2022


PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT BOMA EDUCATION & NETWORKING

PROPERTY AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS BOMA Georgia is essential to success in the real estate industry. Property and facility management professionals enjoy access to low- and no-cost educational programs as members of the association.

2022 Property and Facility Management Programs: • • • • • • • •

Sept. 14 - BOMA 360 & TOBY Better Together Workshop Oct. 4 - CRE Excellence: Lessons in Leadership Oct. 5 & 12 - Fundamentals of Property Management and Operations Oct. 6 - ENERGY Excellence: Palisades Office Park Tour Oct. 18 - Cybersecurity and CRE: BCS Framework Showcase Oct. 20 - The Tenant Experience 365 Nov. 2 - Hot Topics in Risk Management and Commercial Insurance Dec. 6 - Talent Recruitment Game Changers

NEW! SAFETY & SECURITY PROFESSIONALS The BOMA Safety and Security Organization (BSSO) gives security and life safety professionals at commercial office buildings and other commercial properties the opportunity to enhance their professionalism; increase knowledge of important aspects of safety and security; enhance their knowledge of property operations and management; and return value to the owners; managers; building tenants and visitors; and assets they serve.

2022 BSSO Education • • •

Aug. 30, 2022 (10-10:45 AM) - Suspicious Package - Is it Really? Oct. 25, 2022 (10-10:45 AM) - Real-World Conflict Resolution Dec. 20, 2022 (10-10:45 AM) - Adding Unexpected Value as a Safety & Security Professional

BSSO Members of BOMA enjoy complimentary attendance to these programs. Learn more!

BUILDING ENGINEERS & OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE PROFESSIONALS To effectively operate and maintain high-performance real estate assets requires equipping your building engineers and operations and maintenance professionals with the knowledge and resources they need to succeed. The BOMA Technical Organization (BTO) offers educational programming and instruction to help equip these professionals to better serve their customers and assets to enhance safety, increase energy efficiency, reduce cost and increase comfort.

2022 BTO Programming: • •

“Check” Your Roof - BTO Lunches on Sept. 1 or Sept. 8 (choose one) Energy & Cost Savings for Building Engineers - BTO Lunches on Nov. 3 or Nov. 10 (choose one)

EARN A BOMI DESIGNATION - RPA®, FMA®, SMA®, SMT®, BOMI-HP® BOMI designation programs are recognized as a mark of distinction and excellence throughout the commercial real estate industry. No matter which designation you pursue, you will benefit from time-tested courses and a proven curriculum that can help you successfully tackle the demands of an increasingly complex profession with confidence and authority. BOMA Georgia offers in-person instruction of BOMI courses to students pursuing the RPA®, FMA®, SMA®, SMT®, and BOMI-HP® designations. UPCOMING: Sept. 14 - Real Estate Investment & Finance

Nov. 1 - Boilers, Heating Systems & Applied Mathematics

Sept. 20 - Refrigerations Systems and Accessories

Nov. 16 - Asset Management

Oct. 13 - Ethics is Good Business ShortCourse


BOMA GEORGIA FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP SOCIETY There is a significant need for additional access to continuing education in the real estate industry. While corporate budgets for training and development are often constrained, the pace of change in real estate continues to accelerate. To effectively lead in this complex and changing environment, people need new opportunities to access and afford education. The BOMA Georgia Foundation provides this support through a scholarship program that has proven to advance careers and transform lives. However, this would not be possible without the generous support of foundation donors.

FOUNDATION Based on donor feedback, the foundation has created a new Leadership Society to recognize individuals and companies who have made a commitment to consistently support the foundation. Membership in this special society highlights a commitment to serve others and signifies a leadership role in advancing the real estate industry. Individuals and companies commit to making an annual tax-deductible donation over three years. Learn more at www.bomageorgiafoundation.org/leader

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS

CORPORATE MEMBERS

EMERGING PROFESSIONALS ($125)

EMERALD ($500)

RUBY ($1,750)

CASEY DIXON CHRIS DLUGOLECKI JACOB WILDER LAUREN ARMISTEAD RONI PAGE-DOWDY SARAH FRANCIS

ALFREDO GARCIA BRENDEN WELCH CHRISTINE BAILEY DUSTY MUCK HAL MOORE MARK GALLMAN NATALIE TYLER-MARTIN RUSSELL COPELAND SHAWN BENJAMIN

BCJ BUILDING SERVICES C.L. BURKS ENGINEERED RESTORATIONS EVERCLEAR ENTERPRISES LANDMARK LANDSCAPES

SAPPHIRE ($250) AARON MORIARTY AMANDA BARE AMANDA MADRID ANDREA ALLEN ANITA SCARBOROUGH CARLA MOULE CHONTE’ MARTIN CHRIS ALLEN CONSTANCE HODGES DEBI GILBERT DENA RODRIGUES ELAINE BARE EMILY M. WHITE IAN HUGHES JENIFER WRIGHT JENNIFER H. COOPER JESSICA NIX JIMI BRODERICK JUDI SPONSEL KINSEY HINKSON LAURE BIEL LAURIE HARPER MORGAN COHEN NESCHUNE HENRY RUSS HAZLEWOOD STACY ABBATE STEPHANIE S. SCURLOCK TAMMY WEEKS TRENT PATTERSON

*List updated on 8/26/2022

SAPPHIRE ($2,500)

DIAMOND ($1,000) BILLY GRAY BO REDDIC GABRIEL ECKERT MARIE WORSHAM MARK DUKES MELODY FRCEK ORLANDO OJEDA TIFFANY WILSON

EMERALD ($5,000)

DIAMOND ($10,000)