The two international organizations are teaming up to create a new future for workforce development, focusing on education and training.
More than 40 national organizations, industry leaders, and trade associations join to create the Healthy Workplaces Coalition, which will focus on advocating for healthier and safer buildings.
BOMA's TOBY Awards honor excellence in commercial building management and operations in specific categories of building type or size.
BOMA International elects six new Executive Committee Members for 2021-2023.
BOMA 2020 for Retail Properties: Standard Method of Measurement features new design, new format, and new features.
As New Yorkers head back to work, business and labor union leaders from the real estate industry have created comprehensive office protocols to put public health and safety first.
The Building Owners and Managers Association International shares steps for: planning and preparation; social distancing and PPE; common areas; elevators; security; janitorial; and mechanical systems.
Scott Jones named BOMA International's Chair and Chief Elected Officer as the organization elects its 2019-2020 officers.
The organizations will create an early-career certification for commercial property managers and produce online education for the commercial real estate industry.
New research from BOMA International and Building Engines uncovers challenges and keys to success in commercial real estate technology selection, integration, and adoption.
Innovative new system, winner of a 2017 ISSA Innovation Award, is designed to help facility managers reduce waste, improve productivity, and enhance customer satisfaction.
In testimony last week, BOMA’s President explained the importance of 179D as the sole federal energy efficiency incentive for commercial buildings.
BOMA 2017 For Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement reflects changes within the commercial real estate industry since the standard’s prior release in 2010.
Serving two-year terms, six new members will collaborate in developing the strategic direction and policies for the Building Owners and Managers Association International.
These Experience Exchange Reports (EERs) for building owners and property managers in those two sectors provide insight into data on income, operating costs, and taxes.
Expired in 2016, BOMA and other industry stakeholders have released a study on benefits of reviving the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Tax Deduction.
Iconic buildings are partnering with the National Safety Council to raise awareness of preventable deaths.
In honor of Earth Day 2017, BOMA International has issued five suggestions for how facility professionals can promote sustainable best practices.
Utilizing data from its 2016 Office Experience Exchange Report (EER), BOMA compiled a list of the most and least expensive office markets in the United States, both in terms of operating expenses and rental rates.
With data on office and industrial facilities, these reports offer insight into income and expenses within the commercial real estate industry.