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Congratulations to Harsch Investment Properties and its 450 Sutter Building in San Francisco that has won the BOMA Pacific Southwest Regional TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Award for Medical Office Building!
“The ability to view and analyze data in the field is only the beginning of better building operations,” CRE industry expert Phil Mobley wrote in his latest cover article for BOMA Magazine, Big Data, Big Rewards.
We’re excited to be attending and sponsoring BOMA Boston’s annual Fallfest, which takes place tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the Hard Rock Cafe in Boston.
BOMA International lauded the performance of fourteen commercial properties by presenting them with The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) awards on June 24th in Orlando, FL during the 2014 Every Building Conference and Expo.
We’re excited to announce that Building Engines client Washington Real Estate Investment Trust will be recognized for two of their properties at the 30th annual Local TOBY Awards Celebration in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, June 12.
If you were suddenly gifted with the power to see the future, the first thing you’d do is find out what the commercial real estate industry will look like 25 years, right? Okay, well even if that isn’t your first thought, it was definitely on the top of our minds at Building Engines after reading CNBC’s “7 Bold Commercial Estate Predictions.”
A concern for the environment is placing pressure on businesses in every industry to develop sustainable practices. For property managers, environmentally-friendly services and programs are a way to improve tenant satisfaction and reduce expenses.
Sure, you may have poise, grace and beauty, but does your building have have what really matters (note: looking good in a bikini does not make the list)? Does it have what it takes to join the stage of the top performers in operations and management?
The Building Engines Sales and Marketing team represented the company at this year’s international BOMA Exhibition and Conference in Seattle. The response to Operations Performance Management and the upcoming Tenant Satisfaction overlay was tremendous with over 200 companies expressing interest and coming by the booth for a demonstration (or perhaps just candy).