Bring Your Building Full Circle with BOMA 360
Recorded On: 11/13/2018
BOMA 360 buildings provide tremendous value to their tenants, instilling satisfaction and confidence by ensuring exceptional management, cost-effective operation and best-in-class service. In addition to well-deserved industry recognition, buildings that achieve the BOMA 360 designation also enjoy measurable savings and operational efficiencies; higher tenant satisfaction scores and retention rates; and higher rental rates. This is further enhanced when they link their name to BOMA International, the world’s most respected source for building performance best practices.
This session will focus on how the BOMA 360 Program can elevate your building in today’s marketplace. A panel of industry professionals will help you learn how to get started on the BOMA 360 process, discuss strategies for establishing participation across your company’s portfolio and outline the impressive return on investment that the BOMA 360 designation offers.
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Learn the benefits of earning the BOMA 360 designations and how it can help with tenant retention and company recognition.
Gain insight on the application process and general tips for navigating the submission process.
Determine the best strategies to use for submitting one or multiple applications.
Director of BOMA 360, BOMA International
Joel Corley is Director of the BOMA 360 Program and oversees all aspects of the designation. He began his career with BOMA in 2009, working in the Advocacy department and also assisting in the development of the BOMA 360 Program. As director of the program, he has assessed nearly a half-billion square feet of commercial office space, covering properties in over 60 global markets including the U.S., Canada, Japan, China and Colombia, evaluating operational performance practices of property management, and consulting on areas of improvement. Joel is a graduate of MTSU, with a B.S. in Political Science/International Relations.
Vice President of Building Operations, MC Realty Group
Tom is an accomplished facility management executive with a 30-year career focused on supervisory building operating/engineering positions from New York City to Kansas City. Tom currently serves as the Vice President of Building Operations for MC Realty Group, headquartered in Kansas City, MO. His responsibilities include overall leadership and direction to successfully integrate operations and facilities strategic priorities; the oversight of 11 million square feet of commercial office space throughout the U.S.; overseeing all building operations portfolio wide, including managing over $75 million operation's expense budget; and developing, implementing, and maintaining emergency preparedness plans for clients. He also serves as the key liaison for the MC Realty Development department on new construction projects during the design and construction phase to ensure building management efficiencies are leveraged from the start.
General Manager, The BLOC
Dan Cote has over 30 years of commercial real estate experience and has worked for multiple large organizations including Trammell Crow Company, CB Richard Ellis Investors, GMAC Commercial Mortgage, Savills, Piedmont Office Realty Trust and The RMR Group. He is currently employed by National Real Estate Development as General Manager of The Bloc, a 2.2 Million square foot mixed-use project in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.
The majority of his career has been spent working in the greater Los Angeles market with a focus on Class A high-rise office product. His career responsibilities have included the disciplines of property management, asset management, leasing, construction management and accounting. During his career Dan has held responsibility for over 150 assets and over 23 million square feet of product.
Dan is very active in the local BOMA chapter as a member of both the BOMA GLA PAC and the BOMA GLA Government Affairs council. In addition to that, Dan has served on the BOMA International 360 council for the past eight years and has been the council chair for the past year.