Upcoming Events

    • July 25, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Esplanade at Locus Point, 1901 Butterfield Road, Suite 500, Downers Grove, IL, 60515

    Please join the Government Affairs Committee for a morning coffee with State Representative Peter Breen (R) 48th district on Wednesday, July 25.

    You'll meet the Representative  and have the chance to discuss your views and key issues facing the Commercial Real Estate Industry with him. This is your opportunity to develop a relationship with an elected official who may be in the position to make decisions affecting your company, employees, and industry - Don't miss out! 


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    Who Should Attend: Anyone who works or lives in Representative Breen's District, anyone interested in meeting local legislators, or anyone who wants to know more about or contribute to the conversation of the legislative issues facing the Commercial Real Estate industry in Illinois.

    FeesThis program is free to all members and non-member property professionals who are interested in Advocacy. Non-member vendors will not be admitted.

    Register: The deadline to register is Friday, July 20. 

    • July 25, 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Topgolf, 1001 N. Prospect Ave, Wood Dale, 60191

    Brought to you by the Industrial Committee and Emerging Leaders Shared Interest Group

    Join us for a fun networking event at Topgolf in Wood Dale. This is an exclusive social event for industrial property professionals and emerging leaders. Don't miss out on this opportunity to mingle with other professionals in your industry while enjoying a fun afternoon of games, entertainment, food and beverages, and more.

    Not a golfer?

    Don't worry - more than half of Topgolf's customers aren't either. In fact, you don't have to have any golf experience to partake in the fun! Attendees will hit micro-chipped balls in the outfield while aiming at specific targets. The balls will track accuracy and distance. This unique experience is competitive and incredibly entertaining, whether you're an experienced golfer or have never golfed before. Register today to get in on the fun! 

    Who should attend?

    Property professionals, both BOMA members and non-members, BOMA Emerging Leaders, BOMA Industrial Committee members, and event sponsors are welcome.

    Sponsorships are available

    Only Associate members who are sponsoring will be admitted - limit 2 representatives per company. Contact the BOMA office to secure your sponsorship or sign up through registration. Non-sponsoring and non-member vendors will not be admitted. 

    Registration includes:

    • Three hours of unlimited Topgolf play
    • Two drink tickets
    • All American buffet 
    A big thanks to our sponsors! 











    Fees: BOMA Members - $30. Non-members - $35.

    Attendees: Property professionals, both BOMA members and non-members, BOMA Emerging Leaders, BOMA Industrial Committee members, and event sponsors are welcome. Only Associate members who are sponsoring will be admitted - limit 2 representatives per company. Non-sponsoring and non-member vendors will not be admitted. 

    Register: Registration will close on Friday, July 20

    Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the event to receive a refund.  


    • August 01, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Contech, 3100 Tollview Dr., Rolling Meadows, 60008

    Brought to you by the Engineers Committee 

    What You'll Learn

    The 1980's saw a significant expansion of commercial real estate within the Chicago area. Now, nearly 30 years after construction of many of these buildings, significant retrofit activity is often required to maintain these buildings to current safety and efficiency standards. These buildings may be equipped with unreliable fire alarm systems that have limited capabilities. Most of these fire alarm systems are no longer supported by the equipment supplier.

    A prime concern to the property owner, is that the life safety system now requires attention, resulting in some degree of upgrade or replacement of the fire alarm system.

    Existing fire alarm systems may require replacement for a number of reasons including:

    • Increased failure rates of system components
    • Inability of manufacturers to provide replacement parts (particularly microprocessors and power supplies)
    • Failure of the system to meet owner/occupants current needs
    • And, the lack of trained service personnel with adequate knowledge and understanding of older model fire alarm systems.

    Don't miss Bryan Nordlund, Rocco Bartucci, and Terry Till from Contech Co at the August Engineers Lunch where they will give a brief overview on completing the process of prospective fire alarm replacement, as well as codes recall functions, selective signaling, and proper testing. 

    Sponsored by:


          



    FeesThe fee for BOMA Building Engineers is $25. Associate members pay $40. (Only one Associate member representative per company.) 

    Register: The deadline to register is Friday, July 27. 

    Please note any food allergies or restrictions. Non-member vendors will not be admitted.

    Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the lunch to receive a refund. 

    Don't miss Bryan Nordlund, Rocco Bartucci, and Terry Till from Contech Co at the August Engineers Lunch where they will give a brief overview on completing the process of prospective fire alarm replacement, as well as codes recall functions, selective signaling, and proper testing.
    • August 17, 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Arlington Park, International Room, 2200 W Euclid Ave, Arlington Heights, 60005

    Be sure to join us for our 2018 Day at the Races being held on Friday, August 17 at Arlington International Racecourse in Arlington Heights. Attendees will enjoy networking, live horse racing, food, prizes, contests, and more. This is BOMA's hottest summer event - you don't want to miss it!

    Admission to the Day at the Races includes seating in the International Room, a daily racing guide, Horizon Menu, classic beverage services, and entry for the Feature Prize worth $500. Attendees can also participate for a chance to win the Second Chance Sweepstakes, items in the Ticket Auction, the Annual Hat Contest, and the Centerpiece Raffle. 

    Prizes Include: 

    • Two Feature Prizes - $500 each ~ courtesy of Professional Paving & Concrete Co., Inc.
    • Centerpieces  ~ courtesy of Mimosa Interior Landscape
    • Second Chance Sweepstakes
    • Ticket Auction benefiting Waifs & Strays Animal Rescue 
    • Annual Hat Contest: Dapper Dan, Derby Diva, and Charity's Choice categories

    Please note: 

    Gates open at 2:00 p.m. and attendees can enter the International Room at 2:15 p.m. Guests will not be admitted any earlier.

    Seating Options Available: 

    Premium Tables (Admits 4) SOLD OUT
    These highly sought after tables seat 4 people and have a clear window view overlooking the racetrack. Limit 2 tables per company. 
    Early Bird Price Through July 31: $560 
    Pricing After July 31: $640


    Center Banquette Tables (Admits 4)
    The Center Banquette Tables feature two chairs on one side and a comfortable sofa that seats two on the other side, seating four people total. The banquettes are arranged throughout the center of the room. Limit 2 tables per company.
    Early Bird Price Through July 31: $460
    After July 31 Pricing: $540


    Table of Six (Admits 6)
    Tables seat six people in a round. Tables are arranged throughout the room. 
    Early Bird Price Through July 31: $660
    After July 31 Pricing: $780


    Table of Eight (Admits 8) SOLD OUT
    Tables seat eight people in a round. Tables are arranged throughout the room. 
    Early Bird Price Through July 31: $880
    After July 31 Pricing: $1,040


    Single Admission (Admits 1)
    Single Admissions for individuals are available for purchase without buying a table. Single admissions will be seated with others at the round tables, which seat six or eight. 
    Early Bird Price Through July 31: $110
    After July 31 Pricing: $130


    If purchasing a table, please provide your guests' names to Heidi Billman by Tuesday, July 31. 


    A special thank you to the generous members who have already
    stepped up to sponsor the 2018 Day at the Races! 

    Event Sponsors:

    ABM
    Atomatic Mechanical Services, Inc. 
    CSR Roofing Contractors, Inc.
    Deli Time, LLC - Corporate Affair Catering
    Ground Pros Inc. 
    Inside-Out Painting Co.
    Interior Tropical Gardens
    M&J Asphalt Paving Co., Inc. 
    Mac’s Property Management Services
    NIR Roof Care, Inc.
    Rabine Paving
    Security Partners International, Inc.
    SOS Security
    Stried Painting, Inc.

    Titan Security Group/Titan Electronics, Inc.
    Tovar Snow Professionals
    Victor Construction Co., Inc.

    Voucher Sponsor: 

    PowerForward DuPage

    Feature Prize: 

    Professional Paving & Concrete Co., Inc.

    Centerpieces:

    Mimosa Interior Landscape



    • August 23, 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Schaumburg Corporate Center, Conference Center First Floor, 1501 E. Woodfield Rd, Schaumburg, 60173

    Brought to you by the Education Committee

    Human resource skills are important when managing a team of people. There are many different workplace scenarios that can surface and it is important to be prepared for all of them. This session of the Leadership Series: HR Bootcamp will focus on difficult scenarios that a manager could potentially face. Some scenarios that the class will be focusing on are the interviewing process, onboarding essentials to succeed, how to give a review, employee ultimatums, managing poor performance, and managing employees with low emotional intelligence.

    The moderator will present the class with several interactive scenarios. Attendees will form small groups and discuss the workplace challenges with each other. After each scenario, the class will come back together and share answers to the key questions. An HR representative will be available as well to answer any legal questions regarding each scenario.


    Who Should Attend: 

    Whether you're a property professional, or a vendor, you'll gain valuable lessons on improving your leadership skills in any of our Leadership Education Series courses. 

    Employees of all levels will benefit from this course. Whether you're a team leader or a team player trying to improve yourself, this workshop is for you!

    These courses are not cumulative and you can take any in the series that interest you. 

    Attendees Receive: 

    Attendees will earn a 2.5 CPD credits.

    Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from BOMA/Suburban Chicago. 

    A hot breakfast will be served.

    Attention! Due to construction, the 1501 WEST entrance will be closed. Please enter at the 1501 EAST entrance (by the parking garage) and walk across the atrium to the conference center by the security guard station.


    Fees: BOMA members can attend this event for $45. Non-members can attend this event for $55. A hot breakfast will be served.  

    Register: Registration will close on Friday, August 17. 

    Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the event to receive a refund. 



    • August 29, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • BOMA/Suburban Chicago, 1515 E Woodfield Rd, Suite 110, Schaumburg, 60173

    Join us to hear Paul Zaccarine from Mimosa Interior Landscape as he discusses different types of plants you can place throughout your building to improve the air quality and health of your tenant's work space. 

    Sponsored by: 



    More information to come. 

    • September 06, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Homeland Security Training Institute of College of DuPage, 425 Fawell Blvd, Glen Ellyn, 60137

    Join us for the Emergency Preparedness Committee's facility tour and course overview of the Homeland Security Training Institute of College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn. Learn how the college's property management team must accommodate the Institute's unique courses designed to educate law enforcement, fire science, first responders, and corporate security personnel in the area of homeland security.  

    Robert J. Miller Homeland Security Education Center (HEC)

    The Homeland Security Education Center (HEC) houses the Criminal Justice and Fire Science Technology programs, Suburban Law Enforcement Academy (SLEA) and the COD Police Department.

    The HEC includes forensics and cybercrime labs, an Internet crime investigation lab, an ambulance simulator, a mock courtroom/auditorium, a simulation hazmat/smoke room and the first non-military municipal 4-D immersive training lab.

    The HEC features a life-size street scene with fire truck bays, ambulance simulator and working fire hydrants— and it’s the only one of its kind in the entire nation. This state-of-the-art facility is quickly adding to COD’s reputation as a national homeland security powerhouse.

    Homeland Security Training Center (HTC)

    The Homeland Security Training Center (HTC) expands first responder instruction with advanced firearms training, interactive shoot/don’t shoot simulation and weapons cleaning/ repair training.

    Included  in this facility is a 50-yard, 25-position indoor firing range that provides first responders a unique indoor facility for training purposes. The indoor range is safe and lead free, which will preserve the environment.

    Together, the HEC and HTC will propel HSTI to national prominence, combining our expert faculty with the best facilities and equipment in the nation.


    More information to come. 

    • September 06, 2018
    • October 11, 2018
    • 6 sessions
    • BOMA/Suburban Chicago, 1515 E. Woodfield, Suite 110, Schaumburg, 60173

    Course Description:
    Budgeting and Accounting features applications and problems you can use to create building and facilities' budgets. In this course, you will have the opportunity to apply concepts within the real property and facilities context. You will follow the accounting process and creation of a budget from start to finish, learning valuable skills such as how to interpret financial statements, annual reports, and statements of cash flows. You will also learn practical skills such as how to compile lease abstracts and prepare rent rolls. The course includes valuable exercises pertaining to computing productivity ratios, depreciation, ending cash balances, preparing income and expense budgets, and explaining budget variances.

    Major Topic Areas Covered in this Course:
    record-keeping requirements • revenue and expenditure cycles • cash basis income statement • financial statements • annual reports • lease abstracts • income and expense budgeting • working with capital

    Applies to:
    PAC and PMFP certificates
    RPA® designation

    To register complete the registration form and return to Barb Turbett by September 1.

    Apply for a Scholarship:
    Apply for a 2018 Scholarship to attend this class or any 2018 educational course offering at no cost! To apply, complete the Scholarship Application Form and return to Barb Turbett


    • September 20, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • The Estate by Gene & Georgetti, 9421 W. Higgins, Rosemont, 60018

    Safety is the most important factor when any suspended maintenance work is being performed on your building. The window cleaning anchor points must be engineered, tested and certified, to be able to handle a 5,000 lb. load.  Do you have davits on your building that aren't certified? Are your anchors compliant with the new OSHA regulations? If not, what are you using to wash the windows of your building?

    OSHA issued a final ruling on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Protection Systems to better protect workers in general industry to prevent fall hazards. The ruling became effective January 2017 with phased in compliance dates. The compliance date for inspection and certification of permanent building anchorages was November 20, 2017. At this time, anchors either need to be up to code or you need to be utilizing other means for window washing. 

    With all these new rules, you don't want to miss the September Members Lunch on OSHA Fall Protection to hear Ziad Salameh PhD, PE, Principal-In-Charge and Andy Martin, Principal-Senior Building Scientist at ZS LLC (ZS) present a summary of the current OSHA Walking-Working Surfaces regulations with a specific focus on building owner responsibilities and best safety practices for Building Maintenance/Window Cleaning Access. They will introduce types of building maintenance access systems, identification of fall hazards, and the use of building maintenance access systems. In addition, they will explore the reasoning behind the new regulations and help clarify why following them is critical to provide for worker safety. Lastly, the presentation will outline a general action plan to bring a typical building into compliance and ways to get tasks completed while working toward compliance. 

    Watch the Webinar: Prepare Your Chicagoland Building for Compliance with the New OSHA Rules to learn more about compliance before the event. 

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    View the Message from the Engineers Committee for additional resources about OSHA's Fall Protection Requirements. 


    About Your Presenters:   

    ZIAD M. SALAMEH, Ph.D., P.E. is the Principal-In-Charge at Ziad Salameh LLC (ZS), a multi-disciplinary consulting engineering firm. He brings more than 30 years of professional experience related to building envelope assessments, structural designs, structural failure investigations, repair recommendations, and construction consulting. Dr. Salameh has extensive background and experience performing facade critical examinations as well as facade access solutions for numerous constructed facilities across the country.


    ANDY MARTIN is a Principal and Senior Building Scientist / Safety Director at ZS LLC. Mr. Martin has more than 20 years of experience in Facilities and Construction Management. Previous to joining ZS, he served as the Executive Vice President & Head of Construction Division of a real estate company, acted as a Facility Manager for a multi-building high-rise apartment complex, and provided due diligence inspections for the largest condominium developer in the United States.   


    Fees: This event is free to members. Additional guests from a member building require a fee of $40.00. For non-members, the fee is $50.00. No non-member vendors will be admitted. By selecting the "Check" payment choice, we will send you an invoice.

    Register: The deadline to register is Monday, September 17. Please note any food allergies or restrictions. 

    Attendance: As a professional courtesy, please stay for the entire presentation.

    Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the lunch to receive a refund. 

    • September 27, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Schaumburg Corporate Center, Conference Center, 1501 Woodfield Rd., Schaumburg, 60173

    Brought to you by the Industrial Committee

    Join us for the 4th Annual Fall Industrial Summit. This event is for industrial property professionals and service/product suppliers. 

    More information to come. 

    • October 03, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • TBD

    More information to come. 

    • October 05, 2018
    • November 02, 2018
    • 5 sessions
    • TBD

    Course Description: 
    A soup-to-nuts, 30-hour entry-level course, covering the fundamentals of commercial real estate administration, management, building systems, accounting and reporting, contract management, and more. The sessions includes classroom instruction from seasoned pros, reinforced by behind-the-scenes tours of outstanding buildings throughout the suburban Chicago area. 

    Participants receive a Certificate of Completion from BOMA International.

    Register: 
    To register for this event, complete the Registration Form, and return to Barb Turbett by Thursday, September 27


    Apply for a Scholarship:
    Apply for a 2018 Scholarship to attend this class or any 2018 educational course offering at no cost! To apply, complete the Scholarship Application Form and return to Barb Turbett

    • October 18, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • BOMA Office, 1515 E. Woodfield Rd., Suite 110, Schaumburg, IL 60173

    Bring Your Building Full Circle with BOMA 360

    Speaker: Joel Corley, Director, 360 Program, BOMA International, Washington, DC

    Brought to you by the Awards & Recognition Committee

    Description:

    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. As a result, they attract and retain quality tenants, command higher rental rates, and produce consistent NOI. In addition to the measurable cost savings, operational efficiencies and higher revenues reported, buildings that achieve the BOMA 360 designation enjoy substantial recognition throughout the industry. 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 the processes and standards of excellence in property management in today’s CRE industry. Included in the discussion will be instruction on how to get started from a property manager level, all the way up to strategies for establishing company-wide participation and market-wide presence. From basic how-to’s, to ROI and successful tips, we’ll try and touch it all!

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Learn the importance of why you should submit to the BOMA 360 Program and how it can help with tenant retention and company recognition. 

    2. Gain insight on the application process and general tips for navigating the submission process. 

    3. Determine the best strategies to use for submitting one or multiple applications. 

    The BOMA 360 Performance Program® sets the standard worldwide for operational best practices in the commercial real estate industry. For building owners and managers who want to help their properties stand out from the crowd, there is no clearer mark of excellence than achieving the BOMA 360 designation. Earning a BOMA 360 designation offers buildings tangible results, measured through higher tenant retention and satisfaction scores, higher rental rates and documented operations and management savings and efficiencies as reported in designee surveys and by Kingsley Associates and CoStar.

    About Your Speaker: 

    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 Middle Tennessee State University, with a B.S. in Political Science/International Relations.


    • October 31, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • BOMA/Suburban Chicago, 1515 E Woodfield Rd, Suite 110, Schaumburg, 60173

    Join us to hear Kami Farahmandpour of Building Technology Consultants as he discusses the Implementation of Building Capitol Projects, including the Planning, Design, Bidding, and Implementation phases of a project. Learn what a capitol project is, how to plan for one, and much more! 

    Sponsored by: 


    • November 15, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • The Estate by Gene & Georgetti, 9421 W. Higgins, Rosemont, 60018

    More information to come.

    • November 29, 2018
    • TBD




    Fees: TBD

    Register: TBD

    Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the event to receive a refund.  

    • December 05, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • The Carlisle, 435 Butterfield Rd, Lombard 60148

    Join us for the 2018 Holiday & Awards Lunch to celebrate the holiday season and recognize the achievements of your colleagues and friends. Awards, gifts, networking, entertainment, and fun are in store this year. Don't miss what's sure to be an exceptional event! Open to members and staff from member buildings and companies only. 

    Reception begins at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at noon. Attendees will receive Holiday Gift Bags made possible by your BOMA Associate members. 

     Annual Awards to be Announced

    • Regular Member of the Year
    • Associate Member of the Year
    • Engineer of the Year
    • Developing Leader of the Year 
    • Outgoing Board Member Recognition
    • February 21, 2019
    • 1:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Drury Lane, 100 Drury Ln, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

    BOMA/Suburban Chicago's Office & Commercial Real Estate EXPO is the premier commercial real estate networking event of the year!

    Mark your calendars for Thursday, February 22 to join us at Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace for the 2019 EXPO! It's sure to be a day chocked full of networking opportunities, unique and innovative products and services, prizes, refreshments, entertainment, and much more!

    Pre-EXPO Keynote Lunch: Noon - 1:30 p.m.
    Pre-registration and fee required. Check-in starts at 11:30 a.m.

    More information to come. 

    Tradeshow: 1:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

    With 87 exhibits, you’ll make new connections, be able to evaluate different products and services, enhance your knowledge, and learn from members and other experts in the industry. BOMA/Suburban Chicago’s Office & Commercial Real Estate EXPO features a wide variety of products and services beneficial to those in the commercial real estate industry. In addition, attendees can enjoy refreshments, entertainment, and the opportunity to win many prizes throughout the afternoon.

    Who Should Attend?

    Property managers, facility managers, asset managers, building owners, management teams, building engineers, property assistants, leasing agents, architects, and real estate students from commercial properties, office buildings industrial facilities, medical office buildings, office condominiums, mixed use developments, retail properties, corporate facilities, and government buildings. Vendors who are not exhibiting will not be admitted.
    • May 23, 2019
    • 10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Cantigny Golf Club, 27W270 Mack Road, Wheaton, 60189

    Brought to you by the Golf Committee

    Join us for the 2019 Golf Outing for a fun-filled day of golfing, networking, prizes, and much more! 

    More information to come. 

Past events

July 19, 2018 July Members Lunch: Featuring Chicago Bear Desmond Clark
July 17, 2018 2019 TOBY Awards Q&A Workshop
June 27, 2018 Property Assistants Lunch (PAL)
June 20, 2018 Advocacy Visit with State Senator Michael Connelly
June 14, 2018 Certificate of Insurance Training Course
June 06, 2018 Engineers Lunch: Control Your Building's Energy Use
June 06, 2018 Advocacy 101 Lunch and Learn
May 24, 2018 2018 Golf Outing
May 17, 2018 May Members Lunch: Leadership Tips from the Top
May 03, 2018 Professional Headshots
April 26, 2018 Leadership Education Series: Emotional Intelligence
April 25, 2018 Property Assistants Lunch (PAL): Energy Savings Programs
April 19, 2018 Associates Spring Breakfast: Best Bang for Your BOMA Buck
April 07, 2018 Law and Risk Management (BOMI)
April 04, 2018 Engineers Lunch: OSHA Fall Protection
March 15, 2018 March Members Lunch: Cybersecurity
March 08, 2018 Industrial Building Tour: Mount Prospect Ice Arena
February 28, 2018 Property Assistants Lunch (PAL): Painting in Commercial Settings
February 22, 2018 2018 EXPO
February 07, 2018 2018 Charity Bowling Event
February 07, 2018 Engineers Lunch: Diagnosing Roof Leaks
February 03, 2018 The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part II (BOMI)
January 25, 2018 Leadership Education Series: Identify, Coach, and Become Ideal Team Players
January 18, 2018 January Members Lunch: Creating Service Magic
January 11, 2018 Developing Leaders Winter Program: Extreme Situations
January 01, 2018 New Year's Holiday - BOMA Office Closed
December 25, 2017 Winter Holiday - BOMA Office Closed
December 06, 2017 Holiday & Awards Lunch
November 23, 2017 Thanksgiving Holiday - BOMA Office Closed
November 16, 2017 November Members Lunch & Annual Meeting: Featuring WTTW's Geoffrey Baer
October 28, 2017 Environmental Health and Safety Issues
October 26, 2017 MOB Fall Symposium: The Evolving Medical Office Building
October 25, 2017 Property Assistants Lunch (PAL): Soliciting HVAC Bids
October 18, 2017 Associates Fall Meeting: Innovative Technology
October 06, 2017 Foundations of Real Estate Management
October 05, 2017 Industrial Fall Summit: Shaping Supply Chain/How it Affects us Locally
October 04, 2017 Engineers Lunch: Life Safety Generators
September 29, 2017 BOMA/Red Cross Blood Drive
September 27, 2017 Developing Leaders Fall Program: Difficult Conversations
September 21, 2017 September Members Lunch: Work Space Office Trends
September 14, 2017 Emergency Preparedness Interactive Exercise and Breakfast
September 07, 2017 Real Estate Investment & Finance
September 04, 2017 Labor Day Holiday - BOMA Office Closed
August 30, 2017 Property Assistants Lunch (PAL): Domestic Violence in the Workplace
August 11, 2017 Day at the Races
August 02, 2017 Engineers Lunch: Energy Management Strategies
July 20, 2017 July Members Lunch: Generations at Work and Why We Collide
July 18, 2017 2018 TOBY Awards Q&A Workshop
July 03, 2017 July 4th Holiday - BOMA Office Closed
June 28, 2017 Property Assistants Lunch (PAL): Benefits and Maintenance of Irrigation Systems
June 13, 2017 Medical Office Building Lake Forest Hospital Tour
June 07, 2017 Engineers Lunch: Electrical Troubleshooting
June 06, 2017 Industrial Committee: J.C. Restoration Facility Tour
May 25, 2017 2017 Golf Outing
May 19, 2017 Ethics is Good Business® ShortCourse™
May 18, 2017 May Members Lunch: Energy Efficiency Panel
February 23, 2017 Office & Commercial Real Estate EXPO
February 04, 2017 The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part 1
January 31, 2017 2017 Charity Bowling
January 19, 2017 January Members Lunch on Personal Branding & Social Networking
December 06, 2016 Annual Holiday & Awards Lunch
November 17, 2016 November Member Lunch


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Schaumburg IL 60173

Phone: (847) 995-0970
Fax: (847) 995-0971
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