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BOMA Bay Area Awards:

Building Management Excellence Celebrated Q&A with President of BOMA OEB Learn more about incoming President Marc Barkdull and his goals for leading BOMA OEB. (See page 2.)

BOMA Member Profiles Get to know principal member, Leigh Renard, Cushman & Wakefield, and associate member, Andrew Gardner, Peacock Construction. (See pages 4 and 5.)

Winter Meeting Highlights Your BOMA leaders brought fresh ideas back from the Winter Business Meeting (See page 13.)

Scenes from Awards Gala BOMA members and friends celebrate at the 5th Annual BOMA Bay Area Awards Gala. (See page 15.)

BOMA Oakland/East Bay w 330 Townsend Street, managed by and BOMA San Francisco recently CIM Group, under 100,000 hosted our own version of the square-feet category Academy Awards...the BOMA Bay w 238-242 Lawrence, managed by Area Annual Awards Gala. This joint Cushman & Wakefield, industrial event is now category. in its fifth BOMA year, and OEB PresiBOMA OEB dent Marc had the honor Barkdull of hosting and BOMA the Gala on San Francisco our side of President the Bay at Bill Whitfield the Rock co-hosted Wall Wine the program. Company in “BOMA Alameda. International’s Victorious Outstanding building teams took home TOBYs Building of the Year, otherwise known (The Outstanding Building of the as TOBY, is the most prestigious and Year) awards. And the winners are... comprehensive program of its kind in (Continued on page 8) The East Bay had a victory in the second-largest category: Harvest Properties’ 555 City Center team won in the 250,000-499,999 square-feet category. Tishman Speyer’s 333 Bush Street team in San Francisco won the TOBY in the largest category (500,0001 million square feet). Other TOBY-winning teams in San Francisco were: w 221 Main Street, managed by Columbia Property Trust, 250,000 499,999 square-feet category w 150 California Street, managed by Best Office Building (East Bay) CBRE, 100,000250,000 – 499,999 SF 249,999 square-feet 555 City Center, Oakland category Above: scene from the Gala.

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Q &A With Marc Barkdull, Newly Elected President of BOMA OEB


Congratulations on assuming the role of President of BOMA Oakland/East Bay at a time when the East Bay is booming. Please share your vision and goals for leading the association. truly an honor to serve BOMA Oakland East Bay as President. A It’s I have received so much benefit over the years, and it’s rewarding to give back now. BOMA OEB has had a great run of competent and dynamic leaders over the last several years and is in a great position fiscally and has an excellent reputation among East Bay professionals as well as respect from BOMA International. I tip my hat to those who preceded me as well as Julie Taylor, our Executive Director, in making my job easy. One thing I would like to focus on is getting more involvement from upper management and C Suite professionals in BOMA. We would benefit tremendously from their experience and ability to mentor young professionals. A major focus for the next two years will be the fight to oppose the “split tax roll” legislation that is on the horizon. This will entail mobilizing real estate owners in the area and raising funds to educate the public and lawmakers on the effects on the economy and small businesses that will result.


You have served on the BOMA OEB board and the Advocacy Committee and participated in legislative trips to Washington and Sacramento. What public affairs issues should members be aware of in the near future? Any developments that might threaten the current strong CRE scene? tax roll” is at the forefront of our concerns. Lawmakers A “Split often disregard or do not understand the unintended consequences of legislation that affects business owners and real estate owners. It is our job to educate them and either come up with compromise or influence them to reconsider.


You bring a unique perspective to the role of President with experience on both the principal member side as President of PJMB Commercial and as an associate member with Metcon. How can principal and associate members benefit from each others’ expertise and build good working relationships?


BOMA is a great place for the mixing of principals and associates. My philosophy of doing business has always stressed relationship over price, and BOMA is a great way to build those relationships that lead to business. Nothing builds a relationship and trust faster than working together on a difficult project or event while volunteering for (Continued next page)

Thanks to Our 2019 Partners Platinum Partners ProTech Security Metcon Gold Partners Able Services ABM Allied Universal AT&T Century Commercial Service Gidel & Kocal Kastle Systems Silver Partners Arborwell CBRE First Security Services HARBRO Legacy Mechanical & Energy McNevin Bay Area Cleaning Specialists Peacock Construction Metro Services Group Securitas SupplyWorks WCI-GC Bronze Partners BSM Facilities Services Group CIM Group Cushman & Wakefield Georgia Pacific Harvest Properties Jensen Landscape LAZ Parking Next Play Consulting PJMB Commercial Restoration Management RiverRock Real Estate Group Rossi Builders Inc. For Partnership opportunities, contact Julie Taylor at julie@bomaoeb.org.

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President’s Q&A

(Continued from previous page)

task forces or committees. You get to know the person’s integrity, work ethic and talents...and BOMA OEB knows how to have fun when the work stops.


You’re active in both participatory and spectator sports. What activities have you been involved with recently? Any predictions for the Warriors’ success this year?

am currently trying to improve my golf game. A ILike anything it takes practice and practice and more practice, and I’m a little frustrated that It’s not coming as quickly as I would like. I have been fairly athletic all my life but this sport just kicks my butt! I have been a Warriors season ticket holder since 1994 and remained steadfast through all those lean years. It has been a fantastic ride and a blast to be enjoying the success right now. Funny thing is I grew up in Boston, so a Celtics vs. Warriors series is very appealing to me. I am a good trash-talker and look forward to rubbing it in to my Boston friends when we win another championship! Barkdull is President of BOMA OEB and President of PJMB Commercial, Inc.

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Principal Profile

Leigh Renard, Property Manager Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield Property Manager Leigh Renard stays busy overseeing an industrial portfolio of more than 1.5 million square feet for multiple clients. She likes the challenges of problem-solving and collaborating with her team to fix issues at the properties. “I also enjoy learning about the tenants’ operations that are taking place at the property,” she adds. “From cabinet makers to coffee roasters, food transporters and donut operations…getting to know the tenants and their operations is really interesting and definitely boosts tenant relations. I’ve always been curious about how things are made, so that part is a fun bonus.” Renard’s days are a balance between meeting the needs of tenants, keeping the client happy, and working with vendors to complete projects in a timely manner. As she describes: “There’s the monthly routine of accounting mixed in with the chaos that construction or weather issues can bring...there’s no monotony here.” Renard enjoys weekend and international adventures. Since moving from BOMA San Francisco to BOMA OEB in 2014, Renard has chaired both the Community Outreach Committee and the Emergency Preparedness Committee. She is now serving on the BOMA OEB Board of Directors. Her commercial real estate career began soon after she graduated from Cal State Sacramento, when a friend introduced her to the property management field. “I really enjoyed learning an industry I literally knew nothing about. It was a natural fit, and I’ve continued to learn since then.” Renard finds a variety of ways to unwind. “Cooking really is my passion, and I am always cooking for my friends and family. I’ve even started an Instagram just for my cooking and food adventures (@glutenfreeleigh),” she says. “I also have a travel bug and try to get away whenever I can. Last year I went to Mexico and was out of town almost every other weekend. This year I’m slowing down a bit, but hopefully will go international by year’s end.”

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Associate Profile

Andrew Gardner, Director of Marketing & Business Development, Peacock Construction

Directing the marketing and business development efforts for Peacock Construction gives Andrew Gardner a front-row seat for the booming Bay Area construction scene. He is excited about where the firm is heading. “We’ve grown significantly over the past few years and are building a foundation that’s going to support our operations and make us more effective as we continue to grow. And we are growing fast,” Gardner says. “Working as part of a team that’s motivated around a common goal is a fun thing to be part of, especially when our plans comes together.” BOMA principal members can benefit from Peacock Construction’s approach, he notes. “We pride ourselves on our self-performed work. We have around 40 carpenters who are true craftsman and are Gardner enjoys cooking passionate about their trade. Over the years we’ve made a concerted effort to stay connected to those and wine-tasting. roots. We still self-perform as much work as possible and are investing heavily in our field personnel to make sure we continue to have talented and dedicated experts running our jobs. This model allows us to be extremely competitive in the market and also affords us a high level of control and flexibility in the field.” Some recent projects include a two-floor renovation for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, the new headquarters for Newmark Knight Frank and the new location of the Museum of Children’s Art (MOCHA). Peacock Construction is known for its commercial interiors work, as well as capital improvements, building infrastructure and healthcare work. Gardner was elected to the BOMA OEB Board of Directors for 2019/2020 and serves on the governance work group. “Through my involvement with BOMA I’ve developed some great professional contacts and also met some of my closest friends,” he says. What does he do in his downtime? “I am an intrepid traveler and seek out destinations that push the limits of my comfort zone. I also consider myself to be an outdoorsman and love the challenge and fulfillment that comes from harvesting my own food and preparing it for family and friends.”



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2019 Year in Preview for BOMA OEB By Julie Taylor, CAE, Executive Director, BOMA Oakland/East Bay Over the past two years, your leaders and volunteers have been working on developing a new strategic focus that included building collaboration and engaging among all our members and leaders. 2018 was a year of transition from the committee model to strategic workgroups and the development of new opportunities for our members to grow and learn together. This year we’ll bring you newly formatted education offerings, our traditional luncheons are being re-framed into Brunch with BOMA and other formats. We’re still doing seven of these shorter education and networking events, we hope that these will continue to give you the education and connections with your peers. Our stakeholder engagement workgroup is planning our social events that include the Spring Walter Finch Golf Tournament (details below), New Member Mixer and our yearly Holiday Party. New events like the BOMA OEB Field Day and wine tour are in the works. Stay tuned for more events and fun coming your way! We’re also continuing our partnership with BOMA San Francisco to offer BOMI RPA courses throughout the year. This partnership has ensured that we can offer the courses and certification to advance your career. BOMA International and BOMI recently announced a partnership to develop a new certification body that will develop entry level career path micro certification options.

With this new entity, new education will be developed to support it. Collaboration is growing within our industry. Your leadership and I attended the recent BOMA Winter Business Meeting in Miami and enjoyed some sunshine and beach time between sessions, as you can see from the photo above. We participated in industryfocused sessions and received updates on the latest in government affairs. You’ll find a some insights in this issue from Manny Moreno and Liz Despins on their take-aways from the three-day event. (See page 13.) Check out our website for some summary documents on government affairs issues, both national and California-focused (2018 BOMA Cal Summary). Finally, congratulations to our BOMA OEB Member of the Year winners and our winning TOBY building, 555 City Center in Oakland. These awards were given out at the 5th Annual BOMA Bay Area Awards Gala on February 21 in Alameda. (See event photos and highlights from the event in this issue.)

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8 Principal Member of the Year

BOMA recognized these Members of the Year at the Awards Gala. Congratulations!

Ruth Bennett, Senior Real Estate Manager, CBRE

Bennett works behind the scenes at BOMA, contributing many hours of service creating and managing the budget. (Who knows where we would be without her?) She is always willing to lend her expertise and share her industry knowledge with others in our association. (Shown accepting the award from Marc Barkdull.)

Associate Member of the Year

Engineer Member of the Year

Pandelis dedicates countless hours planning BOMA OEB events, including the Innovation Showcase, golf tournaments, and holiday parties. She brings innovative ideas that add a unique touch. Her warm smile is a constant fixture at all events.

Quistgard works closely with his team to fully develop their skills. He conducts himself as a true professional, yet is approachable, keeps a sense of humor and works with his engineering staff and management team, keeping lines of communication open and transparent. Off hours, he regularly volunteers at the Alameda Food Bank.

Mark Quistgard, Able Engineering

Rebecca Pandelis, Account Executive, EmpireWorks – Reconstruction and Painting

Awards Gala (Continued from front page)

the commercial real estate industry, recognizing quality in office buildings and rewarding excellence in office building management,” Barkdull said. “Entering your building for a TOBY award is a significant Best Office Building undertaking,” 500,000 – 1 million SF he added. “It 333 Bush Street, San Francisco forces the entire Managed by Tishman & Speyer building team, Owned by 333 Bush LLC including the contract service providers, to work closely and collaboratively to ensure that building systems are operating at peak performance, that the amenity offerings meet and exceed market standards, and the property shows its absolute best. It’s also a great way to bring your team closer together and show value for tenants and owners.”

Also at the Gala, BOMA OEB recognized our principal, associate and engineer Members of the Year. Congratulations to Ruth Bennett, CBRE, principal member of the year; Rebecca Pandelis, EmpireWorks, associate member of the year; and Mark Quistgard, Able Engineering, engineer member of the year. (See more about them above.) The Awards Committee, a joint committee of BOMA SF and BOMA OEB, oversees the TOBY award entries and judging. “The caliber of the BOMA Oakland/East Bay and BOMA San Francisco management teams this year were top notch. We were impressed with the creativity of the entrants for this year’s competition,” noted Lucinda Alipio, chair of the committee. “The winners truly excelled in making their properties outstanding and we’re looking forward to each of them winning at Regionals!” Bay Area TOBY winners advance to the Pacific Southwest Region to compete for the honor of moving on to the international competition, with winners announced at the BOMA International Conference in June. The Outstanding Building of the Year “TOBY” Awards were developed in 1985 by BOMA International to honor and recognize quality in office building operations and award excellence in buildings management. w ®

See scenes from the Gala on page 15.


Meet Your 2019 BOMA OEB Leadership Officers/Executive Committee

President Marc Barkdull PJMB Commercial, Inc.

Vice President Elizabeth Despins The Koll Company

Past President Warren Mead, RPA Cushman & Wakefield

Treasurer Kelly Jauregui Cushman & Wakefield

John Eckmann, FMA, RPA Harvest Properties

Ryan Rusler HARBRO

Samantha Stires CBRE

Directors for 2018-2019

Jenna Hattersley Harvest Properties

Directors for 2019-2020

Karen Cowan Restoration Management Co.

Andrew Gardner Peacock Construction

Sandra Litchy TMG Partners

Leigh Renard Cushman & Wakefield


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Member Services Manager Noelle Blanchard Brings New Skills to Her Enhanced Role Recently promoted Member Services Manager Noelle Blanchard is enjoying her new role at BOMA OEB and putting some of her talents and knowledge to work. “I have more ownership of the BOMA Oakland/East Bay event planning, marketing style and our communications strategy. I’m working directly with the Marketing Communications Work Group to work more strategically on our messaging, so that the members stay engaged as well as informed,” Blanchard says. “I’m excited to see our new ideas come to fruition.” Blanchard is BOMA members’ first point of contact for most concerns. She will still be checking guests in at our events and working behind the scenes with work groups to plan and execute events. In addition to working with the MarCom group, she also attends many other work group meetings. “It’s really illustrative of how diverse a group BOMA OEB is when you work with so many of these groups,” she observes. “It’s an interesting challenge serving the needs of such different, yet interdependent groups.” Blanchard enjoys the many social events our organization holds. “This is a fun bunch, and I enjoy seeing everyone have a good time. BOMA Oakland/East Bay knows how to have a party!” A Bay Area native, Blanchard returned to the area after graduating from the University of Southern California and began her career as a copywriter and freelance content writer. “After that, I joined the marketing communications team at Onyx Pharmaceuticals, coordinating the final approvals of marketing collateral before going to print and managing the branded swag that the sales force utilized. When Onyx was taken over by Amgen, I found BOMA and the rest is history,” she says. Soon to be added to Blanchard’s resumé is an MBA from the UC Davis Graduate School of Management. She is excited about completing her studies in the spring. “My emphases are

on strategy and organizational behavior, but I’ve taken my fair share of marketing, statistics and leadership courses to round out my studies and give me ideas on how to improve my work/performance in the office.” She adds that “this quarter, I’m completing my capstone project, which is a consulting project involving international business development. It’s a ton of work but so interesting, and I get to take a trip to Chile! Overall, the biggest impact the program has had on my work at BOMA OEB is that it’s made me think more strategically about what we offer our members. My approach to events and programs is now much more about how a program can benefit our members and by how much.” Once she completes her MBA, Blanchard looks forward to getting back into baking and entertaining, reading books unrelated to business, taking long walks along Lake Chabot with her husband, and playing volleyball. In closing, she reminds everyone to keep their BOMA OEB user accounts updated: “It keeps the directory active and you in the loop.”

Picture Your Team With a TOBY... Were you impressed with the outstanding building teams that took home TOBYs at the recent Annual Awards Gala? Now is the time start preparing your building to enter the next competition. The first step? Register for the TOBY OEB Workshop to be held on May 7, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Visit www.bomaoeb.org (Events page) to register.

12 Scenes from the BOMA OEB Holiday Party

Top left: Guests enjoy festive holiday decor. Center: crowd celebrates. Right: Lisa Manning, Data Watch Systems; Kristen Creagh, Able Services; and Jared Wight, Able Services. Lower left: Vishaka Avila, Cushman & Wakefield; Ebony Horace, Cushman & Wakefield; and Kristin MacDonald, Thyssen Krupp. Right: Tederal Glover, Kaiser; Lynn Linhares, CBRE; and Karen Cowan, Restoration Management Company.

Photo credit: Olivia Smartt Photography.



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Report from Miami... Leaders Bring Insights from BOMA Winter Business Meeting I was honored to attend the Winter Business Meeting for the first time. Having the opportunity to attend the BOMA International committee meetings provided so much insight into just how much BOMA International does to support our local chapter. It was eye-opening to see first-hand the advocacy effort results from 2018 and to learn just how much BOMA does on our behalf for important legislative issues that affect our industry, our buildings and our careers. It was very exciting to hear about the new Certification Institute that has been formed in collaboration with BOMI to create a new certification for individuals just starting their property management careers. I was also able to sit in on the Asset Management Committee meeting, where I learned that BOMA offers an Asset Management Course series for local chapters to host. This three-part series is designed to help experienced commercial real

estate professionals to take a deep dive to better understand the asset management function. I think that this course would be very beneficial to many of our members, and I hope that we’ll be able to explore offering this series to our membership soon. These are just two ways that BOMA International’s Education Committee has found to provide continued support to the CRE industry. This initiative addresses our industry’s very immediate need to find and retain new property managers. BOMA International offers endless resources to assist us every day and I encourage you to explore the BOMA International website. Attending the Winter Business Meeting was an incredible experience and not just because it was in Miami in January, though that didn’t hurt! — BOMA OEB Vice President Liz Despins, RPA®, Senior Property Manager, The Koll Company

BOMAPAC had a record-breaking year in 2018, successfully raising $82,000, with $131,000 in cash on hand as of January 1, 2019. BOMAPAC contributed $75,500 to 40 members of Congress for their 2018 primary and general election campaigns. We saw a 76% increase in the number of contributions, a 91% increase in funds raised at the 2018 Winter Business Meeting compared to 2016, and raised 86% more at last year’s annual conference compared to 2016. This increase in resources has only further reinforced BOMA International as a key player on Capitol Hill. We will continue to advance our legislative agenda with the new Congress this year and make sure our members’ voices are heard. Our goal for 2019 is to raise $85,000, doubling what we raised just a few years ago. To reach this goal, we have issued a challenge to all local associations. Given that BOMA boasts 88 local associations across the United States, if each local association commits to raising at least $1,000 in 2019 we will easily surpass our 2019 goal. We are off to a good start, with over $18,000 raised at the Winter Business Meeting in Miami. We hope your local association will join us in this challenge. We look forward to providing another update at the annual conference in Salt Lake City. Hope to see you there! — Manny Moreno, Next Play Consulting. Vice Chair of the BOMA PAC Council, Pacific Southwest Region President and Past President of BOMA OEB. Top photo: Manny Moreno, Liz Despins and Julie Taylor. Lower photo: Moreno and Taylor met the famous “Dr. J” (center).





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Scenes from the Bay Area Awards Gala

Top right: The crowd awaits the award winners. Center circle: Eric Brown, BSM Facilities Services Group; and Rick Corduck, Allied Universal. Lower right: John Constable, Allied Universal; and Lucinda Alipio, CBRE and BOMA Awards Committee Chair. Top left: 555 City Center Team accepting TOBY Award. Middle left: Fred West, Marble West; and Chris Baker, Baker’s Floor & Surface. Lower left: Bay Area members enjoy the night. Photo credit: Olivia Smartt Photography.

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Mark Your Calendar... April 11 – Luncheon: Tour of TOBY Winner’s Building April 29 – 2019 Walter Finch Golf Classic May 7– 2019 TOBY Workshop May 9 – Luncheon: Leadership May 16 – CREATE Gala June 22-25 – BOMA International Conference & Expo (in Salt Lake City) August 8 – Luncheon: Sustainability Roadmap

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August 9 – BOMA Field Day August 21 – Summer Fireside Chat: Tenant Communication Sept. 5 – Innovation Showcase

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