BOMA Canada welcomes 2014 National Advisory Council

  • Nov. 27, 2014

An exclusive network of senior commercial real estate leaders known as BOMA Canada’s National Advisory Council gathered in Toronto on Tuesday to provide the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (BOMA) with strategic perspective and to share insight into the industry.
BOMA 2014 NACNow in its third year, the very successful half-day format provides a unique opportunity for NAC members to discuss pressing issues affecting the industry.  

Among this year’s discussion items were developing a new strategic plan for BOMA, which was led by strategic consultant Al Ward of The Portage Group; BOMA BESt, the association’s hallmark building environmental certification program; and the development of a Building Operator Certification Program.
BOMA Canada looks forward to sharing information from the session with its stakeholders and thanks the 2014 National Advisory Council members for their time and invaluable contribution.
2014 National Advisory Council Members

First Row:
Randal Froebelius, Equity ICI Real Estate Services
Maryanne McDougald, FCR Management Services
Antoinette Tummillo, Colliers International
Ron Wratschko, Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited
Second Row:
Pierre-Marc Mongeau, Public Works & Government Services Canada;
Stephen Taylor, HOOPP;
Peter MacHardy, Immediate Past-Chair, BOMA Canada;
Brett Miller, Jones Lang Lasalle;
Annik Desmarteau, Ivanhoe Cambridge;
Mike Bishop, Chair, BOMA Canada (Colliers International).
Third Row:
Michael Kitt, Oxford Properties Group;
Don Harrison, GWL Realty Advisors Inc.;
Brian Foran, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation;
Remco Daal, Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP;
Benjamin Shinewald, President & CEO, BOMA Canada.
Members of the 2014 NAC unable to attend the meeting include:
Nora Duke, Fortis Properties Corporation;
John Oliver, Chair, BOMA International;
Jaime Pitfield, Department of National Defence;
Charlie Rate, SNC Lavalin O&M Inc.;
Claude Sirois, Ivanhoe Cambridge,

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