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About BOMA Pittsburgh

BOMA Pittsburgh was established in 1919 to help owners and managers of commercial real estate maintain safe, efficient properties in Western Pennsylvania. We maintain a close working relationship with both BOMA International and our BOMA affiliates in more than 90 other North American cities.  Read more about BOMA . . .

Click here to see our NEW and IMPROVED  BOMA Pittsburgh Buyers Guide

 

OCTOBER NEWSLETTER - November Lunch, Award Winners, and more

 

Are you a frequent Pennsylvania Traveler? If so, you've no doubt experienced frustration with construction, road closures and traffic congestion. We've uncovered a great resource to help guide you smoothly to your destination. Check out PA511 Travel Information on the Go!

 

The 2014 Experience Exchange Report® (EER®) is now available! The 2014 report covers more than 5,200 buildings and 900 million square feet of space across more than 250 markets in the U.S. and Canada—that’s three times more usable data than any other comparable source.

2013 - The Year in Review

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Events

BOMA Luncheon - November 6 - Doubletree Hotel - Energy Market Panel Discussion

11:30 am Registration / Noon Lunch / $35 Member, $45 Non-Member

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BOMA Sporting Clay Shoot - November 7 - Nemacolin

Foursome $1100 - Includes gun, ammo, lunch, prizes

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Congratulations Award Winners!

 

During a rockin' good time at our 2014 banquet, we were delighted to recognize outstanding members:

President's Award - Brigette Butler

Associate Member - Schindler Elevator Corporation

Sustainability:Building - 11 Stanwix Street

Sustainability:Vendor - Jendoco

Sustainability:Management - University of Pittsburgh

See our Sustainability Page for complete information

 

 

 

BOMA Sporting Clay Shoot - November 7 - Nemacolin Woodlands

More information to be posted shortly

 

 

 

Congratulations to our new Board Members:

Chris Pinelli, CBRE

Faith Dickinson, D. T. Mistick

Tony Young, Carnegie Museums

 

 

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