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2011 Houston BOMA Building Expo Thursday, May 5 2 – 7 pm Houston Marriott Westchase Hotel 2900 Briarpark Drive The 2011 Houston BOMA Building Expo is going to knock your socks off…with bigger booths, more vendors and great products, this is one event you don’t want to miss! Throughout the years, simply attending this event, stopping by booths and networking with vendors and peers has helped enhance the position of attendees in the real estate market. Business is conducted, relationships are formed and networking is accomplished. It is sure to be an educational yet entertaining opportunity for everyone in the commercial real estate market to network, build relationships and enjoy our industry. You could win tons of great door prizes and booth prizes; make plans to attend today! To register, simply go to and click on the Building Expo link under the Events tab. From there you can click on the registration link. We look forward to seeing you there! ■ All facility managers, property managers, building engineers, developers, owners, asset managers and their assistants are invited. Any vendor not exhibiting will not be allowed to attend.

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Houston. What a great turnout of more than 200 members to raise money for our PAC. It was attended by a diversified cross section of our membership, many of which have not attended previous events. The day was full of networking and camaraderie, and wrapped up with a BBQ dinner and awards ceremony. I want to thank our committee members and staff who worked tirelessly to make this first event so successful and memorable. I also want to thank our underwriting sponsor ABM for standing by the BAC PAC year after year along with all the others sponsors. Look for this event again next year and sign up early. Now that the word is out about how much fun it was it is sure to sell out. I look forward to seeing you at our June luncheon, which will feature our annual Broker Panel. This highpowered panel will provide insight

Mission The mission of the Houston Building Owners and Managers Association is to support and advance the interests of the commercial real estate industry. Houston BOMA will be an organization of advocacy and sustainable building practices that utilizes the strengths, talents and leadership of its members and industry associates to build value and lasting relationships with our community through professional development, networking and sharing of information.



property, for it distorts the market values of property, and results in commercial real estate paying a disproportionate share of property taxes. Texas BOMA and our lobbyists are also monitoring any additional legislature related to Texas Margin Tax and any real property transfer tax. We stated during our visits that we support green incentives and oppose green mandates by government. I think you will agree we know more about greening our buildings than our governing bodies. Thank you to the Houston members that attended this important event. The Legislative Committee has been busy monitoring and working with Coalition for Greater Houston on the repeal of Prop 1. Tammy and many members have been hard at work, including yours truly, visiting city council members stating our position against the proposition



The weather is heating up and so is Houston BOMA. It is exciting to watch all the flurry of membership involvement as we kick into high gear with activities and advocacy. February was highlighted by the TOBY awards, Texas BOMA Advocacy Day in Austin and March concluded with a very successful BAC PAC Sporting Clays Tournament. This is on top of all the legislative efforts related to Renew Houston or better known as Prop 1 (Houston’s Rain Tax). This year’s TOBY was exceptional with eight entries and seven winners moving on to the Southwest Conference in Dallas. Bill Balleza, local news anchor with KPRC Local 2 News, was our Master of Ceremonies for the luncheon of over 225 members at the Hotel InterContinental. We look forward to seeing our Houston entries win in Dallas and present at the BOMA International Conference in Washington DC in June. I want to thank the TOBY committee, judges and entrants for working so hard to make this year’s competition so successful. Houston has consistently been well represented at the International TOBYs and has produced several International winners. I am betting this year will be no exception. A strong contingency of 20 members from Houston BOMA along with the other Texas locals descended on Austin for the 2011 Texas BOMA Advocacy Day in February. Given the difficult legislative year with budget shortfalls and very vocal opponents from around the state visiting the Capitol, it is a testament to our team of lobbyists led by Robert Miller that Texas BOMA members are so well received by our legislators and willing to take the time to hear our concerns. We reminded the legislators that now is not the time to make up for the budget short falls by adding fees and taxes to our already fragile business climate; it is imperative that they cut the excessive costs and waste out of government before they look to the property owners for more money. We opposed proposed bills requiring mandatory sales price disclosure, which we believe will result in appraisal districts chasing sales pricing verses using income valuation method for commercial properties. We opposed appraisal caps on real

Vision To be the recognized industry leader in both legislative advocacy and professional development for a broad spectrum of commercial real estate professionals in the Houston market.

and importance of no exemptions. As of late, it appears the mayor will be granting exemptions, which goes against her pledge; and we are working hard to make sure any additional fees related to these exemptions are not passed on to our businesses and commercial property owners. Recently several members sat down with the City of Houston to strengthen and clarify the process of Certificate of Occupancy permits in our buildings. This work is the core of your association and this hard work behind the scenes fighting on your behalf is what makes Houston BOMA great. I am still on a high from our First BAC PAC Sporting Clay’s Tournament at American Shooting Center in West

to the state of commercial real estate here in Houston and Texas. I am also looking ahead to yet another great event that Houston BOMA provides for our members – the Building Expo in May. Over 700 commercial real estate professionals attend this event from Houston and the surrounding area. It is a great place to visit with our Allied Professional members and your Property Management colleagues. In closing, I want to thank again all our members, and especially our active volunteers, that make up the heart of this organization. I am proud to serve you as President and am humbled by all of your efforts in making this such a great association. ■


Sustainability Case Study: LIFE SCIENCE PLAZA’S “TENANTS GO GREEN” By Julie Artz –Life Science Plaza/Jones Lang LaSalle Tenants Go Green Mission Statement “To formulate and share ideas and develop programs geared toward environmentally friendly practices and energy saving initiatives, developed by a committee of Tenants, Employees and Building Management Staff” Sustainability and environmentally friendly practices are very important at Life Science Plaza. Energy consumption in commercial office buildings account for 18% of US greenhouse gas emissions. It is the responsibility of everyone in our building to participate in environmentally friendly initiatives in order to achieve the greatest impact. Life Science Management has created a Tenants Go Green Committee to help everyone get involved in the building’s sustainability efforts.

Life Science Plaza

One of the most important keys to this program is working directly with the tenants. We invited the Life Science Plaza tenants to join our Tenants Go Green Committee. This committee is made up of management and Life Science Plaza tenant representatives who are directly connected and interested in their own firm’s sustainability programs. The committee meets quarterly throughout the year to share ideas and receive building updates. Our initial meeting was a luncheon; we had a great turnout – a representative from every tenant. During the meeting, we asked members to fill out a survey regarding their own firm’s recycling efforts and environmentally friendly practices. We found out that most do not have a formal recycling program in place but several do use a shredding company for disposal of their documents. The following energy saving initiatives and environmentally friendly practices were shared with our tenants. Our goal is for everyone in our building to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. 1. Water – report leaking faucets, install energy efficient faucets and low flow toilets, minimize irrigation usage for landscape, wash dishes in dishwasher only when it is a full load. 2. Energy – turn off lights when not in rooms being used (add light sensors where applicable), turn off PCs and monitors continued on page 10 HOUSTON BUILDING OWNERS & MANAGERS ASSOCIATION MAY/JUNE 2011


Member News Houston BOMA Member Named to Texas BOMA Board Congratulations to John Kelley, Vice President with Thomas Properties Group, for his election as the 2011 Secretary/Treasurer of the Texas BOMA Board of Directors. Congratulations, John!

under the various LEED rating systems. In addition, Hines has over 84 million square feet in the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® program.

Summit Energy Named Emerging Leader in Enterprise Energy and Carbon Accounting

John Kelley

Hines Receives Top Ranking as Greenest Company Hines announced that it has received top honors in Commercial Property Executive’s ranking of “Greenest Companies” in their March 2011 issue. Of the 35 real estate companies ranked, Hines came in first, and 16 percentage points higher than its nearest competitor. According to the publication, the “environmental sustainability index helps to identify and separate those firms most committed to sustainability from others new to or less involved in the practice.” Companies ranked had, on average, 22 LEED® or equivalent certified buildings, while Hines led the pack with over 200 buildings, representing more than 107 million square feet certified, pre-certified or registered


Summit Energy, a global sustainability and energy management firm and Houston BOMA member, has been named an Emerging Leader in the Enterprise Energy and Carbon Accounting (EECA) software market in a report released today by Groom Energy Solutions. Summit was chosen as a key carbon management company from among 75 vendors examined in the report, “The 2011 Enterprise Energy and Carbon Accounting (EECA) Software Market – A Buyers Guide.” The research report analyzes the energy and carbon management software market and identifies “emerging leaders” in the industry by evaluating five criteria: customer deployments, technology features, energy management capabilities, market vision and financial stability. Summit’s emphasis on accuracy addresses a key issue identified in Groom Energy report: “collection of energy usage data is often the most labor-intensive part of any carbon emission project.” “Our inclusion in the Groom 2011 EECA Emerging Leaders list reflects the trust that dozens of companies have placed in our carbon and sustainability services,” said Steve Wilhite, President and CEO of Summit Energy. “As a company with 20 years of experience with energy data, Summit has built its business around the inextricable link between carbon management and solid energy usage data.” ■ HOUSTON BUILDING OWNERS & MANAGERS ASSOCIATION MAY/JUNE 2011

Summer Membership: BEAT THE HEAT, JOIN THE COOL Crowd, that is. Now’s the time to become a part of this successful networking group, because we’ve discounted dues for the summer*. Our dues specials are below: Property Management Members – 30% Discounts!!! Principal Member – $698 Additional Manager – $418 Additional Assistant Manager – $309 Chief Engineer – $292 Additional Chief Engineer – $225 Government Member – $495 Additional Government Member – $309 Go to our web site at to download the membership application and email/fax/mail it in. For additional information, contact Laurie at If you’re already a member, keep your association active and growing by recruiting your co-workers or employees to join us. ■ *This special only applies to new members – those who have not been members in the past 12 months. HOUSTON BUILDING OWNERS & MANAGERS ASSOCIATION MAY/JUNE 2011


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The smell of success and gunpowder permeated the First Annual BAC PAC Sporting Clays Tournament. With over 280 participants in attendance, the event raised over $17,000 for our political action committee which allowed us to extend our political outreach and influence in the government realm even further. Thanks so much to all who participated and made the event such an overwhelming success! Of extreme importance are our committee members without whom this event would not have happened. Big big kudos to Rachel Davis, Reliant NRG, Brett Williams, Thomas Properties Group, Mark Janssen, Hines, James Froelich, CBRE, Lacey Withers, ABM and Chair Joseph Hebert, Cameron Management for putting on an outstanding fundraiser and networking event. Our winning team with a score of 237 was Ron Brittain, Russell White, Scott Birdwell and Bobby Gaskins. Our top male shooter was Bob Pryce with a 72 and our top female shooter was Karen Bierman with a 49. ■

Able Engineering ABM Janitorial Always In Season Blackmon Mooring Cannon Enterprises, Inc. Clay’s Glass Service, Inc. Corporate Care Cotton Crescent Real Estate Equities, Ltd. E3 Electric EDI Building Consultants, Inc. Hunton Trane Services ISS Facility Services Lange Mechanical Services Liqua Tech Marton Roofing Industries, Ltd.

Memorial Hermann Otis Elevator Company Pavecon Ltd. PJS Services PM Realty Group Pritchard Industries Southw Reliant Energy an NRG Ene Company Schindler Elevator Standard Mechanical Syste TD Industries Thomas Properties Group Transwestern Western Horticultural Whelan Security

And thanks to AMPCO System Parking for their assistance with parking attendants.

Many, many thanks also to our event underwriter ABM Janitorial Services.


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HOUSTON BOMA GOLF CLASSIC Monday, October 17 “If you think it’s hard to meet new people, try picking up the wrong golf ball.”

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Jack Lemmon Come on out to the always sold out Houston BOMA Golf Classic on Monday, October 17 and meet a few new people! We’ll be picking up the wrong golf ball all day at Blackhorse Golf Course; plan for our always fun putting contest, extensive silent auction, great prizes and a beautiful day of golf. Mark the date on your calendars and start practicing your game. We can’t wait to see you out there! For info about sponsorships, golfers fee and volunteer opportunities, contact Mallory at ■


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Mastered the Disaster By Marianne Lawson, Property Manager with Hines and YP Vice Chair Recently, BOMA’s Young Professional Committee hosted the Be a Master of Disaster Seminar. We were fortunate enough to have Rush Durkin and Jeff Mabrey of Hines and Kirk O’Neal of Crescent Real Estate Equities sit on our esteemed panel and answer questions about fires, floods and hurricanes. These property management veterans started off the discussion with a brief description of what their major “disasters” were. Rush Durkin discussed his experience with flooding during Tropical Storm Allison and losing all critical equipment at Bank of America Center for almost an entire month. Kirk O’Neal discussed an electrical fire that took out an entire floor and

Rush Durkin, Kirk O’Neal and Jeff Mabrey share their disaster stories with attendees.

damaged the surrounding floors. Lastly, Jeff Mabrey described his experience with Hurricane Ike and the loss of almost 500 windows at Chase Tower. Thanks to Young Professional Sponsor United Protective Services. Check out their ad below. Heather McMillon with Transwestern, the moderator for the event and a YP herself, asked the panelists a variety of questions ranging in topics from tenant communication, insurance, disaster preparation methods, access control during the remediation and, of course, lessons learned. The attendees, especially the younger managers, came away with several ideas and things to keep in mind should they ever find themselves in a disaster situation. The packed room got all of their questions answered and shared how they felt better prepared for any disaster (knock on wood) that may hit Houston in the future. Now if we can just get those pesky hurricanes to miss us this year, the panel will have been a complete success! ■





Sustainability Case Study continued from page 3 when gone for extended periods, switch printers to OFF at end of the day. Remember… office equipment typically accounts for more than 20% of energy used in most offices. 3. Transportation – be aware of carbon emissions during delivery and disposal of materials, keep it local when applicable. 4. Green Products – recycled contents; non-toxic janitorial and building maintenance supplies; low VOC paints, furniture and flooring amenities.

5. Non-Hazardous Solid Waste Management – reduce amount of solid waste going to landfill, recycle materials when possible, find a useful purpose for products no longer needed. The committee has been informed that these initiatives have a direct impact on operational costs benefiting both LSP management and tenants. Our tenants pay a share of most utilities and garbage disposal. We encourage them to recycle paper, plastic bottles and aluminum cans to decrease amount of waste going into our trash compactor and into landfills. The less trash in compactor means less disposal fee to pay! Our bi-annual waste audit reports what materials, besides wet trash, is in our garbage. We share this report with our committee to encourage them to market the recycling efforts to their coworkers. Our goal is to recycle more and to dump less trash into compactor and landfills. Communication is key to initiating sustainability and environmentally friendly practices to the Tenants Go Green Committee, their firms, and all building visitors. The best way to promote recycling is to practice it! We have purchased “starter kits” for each of our tenants: one green, 23-gallon container with lid for bottles/ cans and six medium-size containers for paper (not needing to be shredded). As the small recycle containers fill up, tenants are able to empty

Future Recycle Station in Parking Garage

Small Recycle Bins given to Tenants – Plastic Bottles/ Aluminum Cans & Paper

collections into large labeled bins found on each floor of our building. Full bins are switched out for empty ones as needed. We are also in the process of creating two recycling stations: parking garage at continued on page 11



Sustainability Case Study continued from page 10 loading dock near cardboard baler and compactor, and building Lobby. The parking garage station displays a bright green color band on wall with large white lettering including the recycle logos. It is highly visible from our main lobby area. Emails and handouts are another key communication tool for a successful recycling program. Fun facts such as the ones shown below enable the committee members to associate recycling efforts to something tangible. Aslo shown below are web sites about the green movement. If you have any questions or comments regarding starting your own Tenants Go Green Committee, contact me at We now have two committee meetings to boast of and would like to share ideas with any of you who have committees of your own! ■ DID YOU KNOW: 1 Ton of Recycling Saves: Based on national standards • 17 trees • 3.3 cu yds of landfill • 380 gals of oil • 7000 gal of water • 4100 kw hours of electricity Web sites to share: • • •

Randall Randall J. J. Petersen Petersen President President SS & R Waterproofing & R Waterproofing & & Roofing Roofing 541 541 FM FM 1488 1488 #822 #822 Conroe, TX 77384 Conroe, TX 77384

Joanna Joanna Benjamin Benjamin Sales Sales & & Marketing Marketing Empire Roofing Empire Roofing Companies, Companies, Inc. Inc. 1404 N. 1404 N. Sam Sam Houston Houston Parkway, Parkway, Suite Suite 190 190 Houston, TX 77032 Houston, TX 77032

Steven Steven V. V. Gresh Gresh Regional Regional Vice Vice President President LAZ Parking LAZ Parking Texas, Texas, LLC LLC 1317 Austin Street 1317 Austin Street Houston, TX 77002 Houston, TX 77002

Richard Richard E. E. Poplinger Poplinger Water Water Treatment Treatment Specialist Specialist Chemsearch, Chemsearch, Div Div of of NCH NCH Corp Corp 3806 Drummond 3806 Drummond Houston, TX 77025 Houston, TX 77025

Sophie Sophie C. C. Magness Magness Assistant Assistant Property Property Manager Manager Hines Hines 16945 Northchase Drive 16945 Northchase Drive Houston, Houston, TX TX 77060 77060

Jill Jill M. M. Robinson Robinson Sales Sales Associate/Marketing Associate/Marketing RR & M & M Service Service Company Company Inc. Inc. 918 918 W. W. Donovan Donovan Houston, TX 77091 Houston, TX 77091

Susie Susie Mallard Mallard President President Hexicurity, Hexicurity, Inc. Inc. PO PO Box Box 7857 7857 The Woodlands, The Woodlands, TX TX 77387 77387

Natalie Natalie Solomon Solomon Assistant Assistant Property Property Manager Manager Griffin Partners, Griffin Partners, Inc. Inc. 2001 Kirby Drive, Concourse 2001 Kirby Drive, Concourse Level Level Houston, Houston, TX TX 77019 77019

Ralph Ralph Velasco Velasco Business Business Development Development Manager Manager Coit Cleaning Coit Cleaning & & Restoration Restoration Services Services 9001 Spring Branch Dr. 9001 Spring Branch Dr. Houston, TX 77080 Houston, TX 77080

Candace Candace A. A. Seger, Seger, LEED LEED AP AP O&M O&M Director Director of of Operations Operations Solid Waste Solutions Corp. Solid Waste Solutions Corp. PO PO Box Box 43 43 Simonton, Simonton, TX TX 77476 77476

Tommy Tommy I.I. Wood Wood Air Air Conditioning Conditioning Manager Manager Houston Chronicle Houston Chronicle 801 Texas Avenue 801 Texas Avenue Houston, Houston, TX TX 77002 77002

Tammy Tammy U. U. Diezi Diezi Property Property Manager Manager CB Richard CB Richard Ellis Ellis 23920 23920 Katy Katy Freeway, Freeway, Suite Suite 590 590 Katy, TX 77494 Katy, TX 77494 John John N. N. Dollar Dollar Vice Vice President President Empire Roofing Empire Roofing Companies, Companies, Inc. Inc. 1404 1404 N. N. Sam Sam Houston Houston Pkwy Pkwy E, E, Suite Suite 190 190 Houston, TX 77032 Houston, TX 77032 Lisa Lisa A. A. Dominey Dominey Broker Broker ProMed ProMed Management Management Services, Services, Inc. Inc. 100 100 Medical Medical Center Center Blvd., Blvd., Suite Suite 204 204 Conroe, TX 77304 Conroe, TX 77304 Erin Erin E. E. Donovan Donovan Business Business Development Development Associate Associate Brickman Brickman 6225 Shadowbend Drive 6225 Shadowbend Drive The The Woodlands, Woodlands, TX TX 77381 77381

Tonna Tonna R. R. Maloy Maloy Property Property Manager Manager Jim R. Smith Jim R. Smith & & Co. Co. 1400 1400 Post Post Oak Oak Blvd, Blvd, Suite Suite 650 650 Houston, TX 77056 Houston, TX 77056 Michael Michael P. P. McDonnell McDonnell Building Building Service Service Manager Manager Shell Oil Company Shell Oil Company 200 North Dairy Ashford 200 North Dairy Ashford Houston, Houston, TX TX 77079 77079


Chuck Chuck Stills Stills General General Manager Manager Platinum Platinum Parking Parking 4101 San 4101 San Jacinto Jacinto St., St., Suite 101 Suite 101 Houston, TX 77004 Houston, TX 77004 Earl Earl W. W. Thomas Thomas President President J. R. Jones J. R. Jones Roofing Roofing 5511 5511 Mitchelldale Mitchelldale Street Street Houston, TX Houston, TX 77092 77092 Earl Earl W. W. Thomas, Thomas, IV IV Executive Executive Vice Vice President-Sales President-Sales J. R. Jones Roofing J. R. Jones Roofing 5511 5511 Mitchelldale Mitchelldale Street Street Houston, Houston, TX TX 77092 77092


Angela Angela G. G. Gentry Gentry Sales Sales Representative Representative Silversand Silversand Services Services 2827 2827 Barker Barker Cypress Cypress Houston, TX Houston, TX 77084 77084


Daniel Daniel R. R. Allen Allen Director Director of of Business Business Development Development Sybaris Group, Sybaris Group, LLC LLC PO Box 2332 PO Box 2332 Cypress, Cypress, TX TX 77410 77410

IfIf you you would would like like to to join join Houston Houston BOMA BOMA or or know know of of someone someone who who should should join, join, please please contact contact Laurie Laurie at at Houston Houston BOMA BOMA at at



5847 San Felipe Suite 1260 Houston, Texas 77057-3009 (713) 266-5691 Fax (713) 266-4632

BOMA BOARD OF DIRECTORS President President Mark Mark D. D. Janssen Janssen –– Hines Hines


Executive Executive Vice Vice President President Tammy Tammy K. K. Betancourt, Betancourt, CAE CAE –– Houston Houston BOMA BOMA

June 21 | The Junior League of Houston

President-Elect President-Elect Mark Mark Nicholson Nicholson –– CB CB Richard Richard Ellis Ellis

Every year we host a panel of tenant and landlord brokers to help us predict development and growth in the upcoming year in the commercial real estate market. And each year, it’s one of our highest attended luncheons. We all need their predictions to help us make critical decisions. Don’t miss this electric and informative event that’ll help shape decisions for the industry all year long. If you have a question you’d like to see answered by the brokers, simply email Mallory at with your burning query! Questions like ‘how long before new construction and development hits hard?’ Or ‘how much green will we continue to see?’ Find out the answers to your questions and more on June 21. The prestigious panel is being finalized at time of printing but guaranteed it will be an all-star line up to give us their perspectives on the coming year. Register yourself and your colleague online at and save the date for a stimulating networking lunch. ■

Vice Vice President President Greg Greg Pell, Pell, CPM CPM –– Stream Stream Realty Realty Partners Partners Vice Vice President President of of Finance Finance Mary Mary Stanton, Stanton, RPA RPA –– Jones Jones Lang Lang LaSalle LaSalle Americas, Americas, Inc. Inc. Immediate Immediate Past Past President President Jen Jen Suddreth, Suddreth, RPA RPA –– Daymark Daymark Realty Realty Advisors Advisors Directors Directors Robert Robert L. L. Carlen, Carlen, CPM CPM –– Crescent Crescent Real Real Estate Estate Equities, Equities, LLC LLC Marshall Marshall Heins, Heins, CPM CPM –– Memorial Memorial Hermann Hermann Healthcare Healthcare Systems Systems Brett Brett Williams, Williams, CPM CPM –– Thomas Thomas Properties Properties Group Group Jo Jo Wyatt, Wyatt, RPA, RPA, CPM CPM –– Moody Moody Rambin Rambin Interests, Interests, Inc. Inc. Al Al Estrada Estrada –– ABM, ABM, AP AP Representative Representative

COMMITTEE CHAIRS AP AP Council Council Robert Robert A. A. Thomas, Thomas, P.E., P.E., LEED LEED AP AP –– TMD TMD Engineers, Engineers, LLC LLC Building Building Expo Expo Committee Committee Guy Guy Dolan Dolan –– USAA USAA Realty Realty Company Company Wade Wade Shelton Shelton –– XPEDX XPEDX Construction Construction Industry Industry Council Council Billy Billy Sams, Sams, RPA RPA –– Crescent Crescent Real Real Estate Estate Equities, Equities, LLC LLC Education Education Committee Committee Kirk Kirk O’Neal O’Neal –– Crescent Crescent Real Real Estate Estate Equities, Equities, Ltd. Ltd. Golf Golf Tournament Tournament Committee Committee Steve Steve Byers Byers –– Crescent Crescent Real Real Estate Estate Equities, Equities, LLC LLC Green Green Committee Committee Rose Rose M. M. Shaver, Shaver, BEP, BEP, LEED LEED AP AP –– Summit Summit Energy Energy Services, Services, Inc. Inc. Legislative Legislative Advocacy Advocacy Committee/BAC Committee/BAC PAC PAC James James Froelich Froelich –– CB CB Richard Richard Ellis Ellis Networking Networking Committee Committee Anya Anya Marmuscak Marmuscak –– Otis Otis Elevator Elevator Company Company Research Research Committee Committee Chad Chad M. M. Nusbaum Nusbaum –– Thomas Thomas Properties Properties Group Group TOBY TOBY Committee Committee Heather Heather McMillon McMillon –– Transwestern Transwestern Dan Dan Porter Porter –– Environmental Environmental Coalition Coalition Young Young Professionals Professionals Committee Committee Stephanie Stephanie Massengale Massengale –– Mace Mace Macro Macro The The Americas Americas Newsletter Newsletter Editor: Editor: Laurie Laurie Hake Hake –– Director Director of of Development Development




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Building Expo Exhibitor Set Up (Houston Marriott Westchase) – 12 pm Building Expo (Houston Marriott Westchase) – 2 pm Mother’s Day LAC/BAC PAC – 7:30 am Young Professionals Committee – 11:30 am TOBY Committee – 3:30 pm Building Expo Committee – 3:30 pm Golf Committee – 3:30 pm AP Appreciation Happy Hour Green Committee – 4 pm Board Meeting – 7:30 am Memorial Day (BOMA Office Closed)


Tammy’s BOMAversary Education Committee – 11:30 am Networking Committee – 3:30 pm AP Council – 11:30 am Building Expo Committee – 3:30 pm LAC/BAC PAC – 7:30 am Young Professionals Committee – 11:30 am 14 TOBY Committee – 3:30 pm 15 Golf Committee – 3:30 pm 19 Father’s Day 21 Monthly Luncheon (The Junior League) – 11:30 am 22 Green Committee – 4 pm 23 Board Meeting – 7:30 am 26-29 BOMA International Conference (Washington, DC)


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