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    • June 25, 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Union Street Market - 1622 Broadway, Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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    Join us as we return to Fort Wayne at the stunning Union Street Market, located in the historic Electric Works campus. This site dates back to the 1880s with the founding of the Fort Wayne Jenney Electric Company, which pioneered the commercial electrical outdoor lighting system known as the Jenney Arc Light. In 1898, General Electric acquired the company and shifted its focus from lighting to electric motor manufacturing. The plant became renowned for its innovation, producing the first modern refrigerator, the electric garbage disposal, and numerous advancements in electric motors and transformers.

    By the late 1940s, GE employed about 40% of Fort Wayne's workforce. Designed by the esteemed architectural firm Harris & Richards of Philadelphia, the campus was home to the manufacturing of electrical apparatus, including fractional electrical motors for appliances and electrical transformers. During World War II, this significant industrial site played a crucial role in supporting the war effort.

    We are excited to kick off our first Fort Wayne event of the year at this historic location, where CRE professionals will have the opportunity to connect over food and drinks. Join us to network and experience the rich history and vibrant future of Electric Works.

    Special Thanks to Our Event Sponsor


    • July 11, 2024
    • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Ruth's Chris at Ironworks - 2727 E 86th St, Indianapolis, IN 46240
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    Join us at Ruth's Chris for an exclusive preview with Ben Blair and Abe Benson from Faegre Drinker. They will share insights from their upcoming BOMA International presentation, "Improving Competitive Advantage Through Property Tax Mitigation." Learn how advanced planning and proactive tax appeal strategies can turn fixed expenses into strategic opportunities.

    In today's challenging market, office and industrial properties must leverage every advantage to maintain their competitive edge. With rising interest rates and capitalization rates, and the lasting impacts of the pandemic reshaping real estate usage, the best-positioned and best-managed properties will thrive while others may falter.

    Property taxes, often perceived as a fixed cost, play a crucial role in distinguishing commercial properties. These taxes can significantly impact the return on investment for owners and the occupancy costs for tenants. By strategically reducing property taxes, properties can gain a competitive edge in attracting and retaining tenants.

    Emerging Leaders attend for $25!  

    11:15 AM - Networking

    11:45 AM - Lunch

    12:00 PM - BOMA Business Meeting

    12:15 PM - Ben Blair & Abe Benson

    1:00 PM - Program Ends


    • July 18, 2024
    • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Gilliatte Building (Ft. Benjamin Harrison) 9230 Hawkins Road Indianapolis, IN 46216
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    Join us for our annual St. Mary's Ft. Benjamin Harrison/Gilliatte Building clean-up event and make a meaningful impact! BOMA volunteers will play a crucial role in preparing the facility, both indoors and outdoors, for the kids as they start their first day back in school.

    Volunteers can expect to engage in activities such as spreading mulch, pulling weeds, planting flowers, painting touch-ups, and prepping the classrooms.

    We'll kickoff at 9:00 AM to beat the summer heat, and lunch will be provided at 11:45 AM for all participants. If you are interested in donating supplies, please reach out to Christian. Here is a list of the supplies/tasks needed.

    • Mulching

    • Trimming bushes

    • Cutting down branches from tree

    • Building sink tables, 4 total (like last year)

    • Pressure wash sidewalks

    • Painting yellow on raised/uneven parts of sidewalk

    Let's come together to make a direct and positive impact on the educational experience of the children at St. Mary's!

    • July 25, 2024
    • 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM (CDT)
    • Old Woolen Mill Building - 420 NW 5th St., 3rd Floor, Evansville, IN 47708
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    Join us for the BOMA Connections in Evansville! BOMA Indiana is heading back down south to collaborate with ICBR for a special BOMA Connections Reception. Following ICBR's continuing education course, BOMA members, non-members, and ICBR members are invited to join us for an evening of networking, delicious food, and refreshing drinks. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with industry peers and expand your professional network.

    Special Thanks to Our Event Sponsor


    • August 01, 2024
    • 7:30 AM - 8:00 PM
    • Highland Country Club - 1050 West 52nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46228
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    Foursomes and Hospitality Booths are now SOLD OUT. Please join our waitlist or explore our many sponsorship opportunities.

    Join BOMA Indiana as we head back to Summer Camp and celebrate the nostalgia of sunshine and tube socks! Throughout the course, you'll find hospitality booths offering delicious food and beverages. Players will receive breakfast and lunch boxes, as well as a swag bag.

    The morning round begins at 7:30 AM with 20 teams, while the afternoon round starts at 1:30 PM with 30 teams. The day will conclude with an awards ceremony and a chance to win numerous door prizes. Stay updated by visiting our dedicated Golf Outing Page.

    For those registering for multiple items, simplify your process by making a single payment for all transactions. Here's how: Click the "Invoice Me" button for each transaction except the final one. For the final transaction, click the "Pay Online" button to combine all transactions into a single payment.

    Don't forget to bring cash for the helicopter golf ball drop! We can only accept debit cards, cash, or checks.

    • August 19, 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • August 21, 2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • 9100 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, IN 46240
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    Law & Risk Management presents information about torts, contracts, employer/employee relations, property rights, leasing and conveyancing, and environmental law and insurance. It also discusses the insurance market, different types of insurance policies, and the claims adjustment process. Reading this material will provide you with a foundation in the basic principles of law and risk management, thus helping you deal with everyday legal and risk issues surrounding your business.

    Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:

    • Discuss the issues surrounding contracting law
    • Explain the legal aspects of real estate financing
    • Understand environmental law and land use
    • Identify potential legal liability situations
    • Formulate effective loss control programs
    • Understand insurance policies needed to help protect your company from potential liability claims
    • Describe how underwriting for insurance affects your coverage
    • Provide comprehensive employee benefit plans

    KEY TOPIC AREAS:

    conveying and financing real estate  contracts  property interests  premises liability  environmental law and concerns  employment relationships and agency  introduction to risk management  insurance company operations  principles of insurance and insurable risk  general liability insurance and employee benefit plans  loss exposures


    APPLIES TO:

    RPA® designation

    RECOMMENDATIONS:

    BOMI International courses are recognized by many other professional organizations such as IREM, IFMA, IUOE, and more. Credits from these organizations may apply as well.  Contact Sarah Kuester at (317) 632-4104 or via e-mail at sarah@bomaindy.org more details.

    INSTRUCTOR:

    Michael Lauhoff

    CLASSROOM SPACE SPONSORED BY:


    • August 22, 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD


    • August 29, 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Dugout Bar - 621 Virginia Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46203
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    This is a rescheduled event from April. Join us for a Walk & Talk through Fountain Square with Indy history buff, Sampson Levingston. Sampson will delve into the rich history of Fletcher Place and its beginnings in Indy’s culture. If you haven't had the pleasure of joining one of Sampson's Walk & Talks before, you've truly missed out. Here's a sneak peek of what he was up to during the NBA All-Stars event! Check it out.

    Following the tour, we'll convene at Dugout Bar for Fountain Square's holy trinity: deep-fried cheese balls, tots, and beer. A shoutout to Drew Stutzman of JLL for organizing this event!

    This event is only open to current BOMA Emerging Leaders, Corporate Sponsors, Board Members, and Advisory Council.

    • September 12, 2024
    • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Guggman Haus Brewing Co. - 1701 Gent Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202
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    Join us as we return to Guggman Haus Brewing Co. for an inspiring luncheon featuring Joe Reitz, former Colts Offensive Lineman. A proud Indy native hailing from Fishers, Joe dedicated seven seasons to the Indianapolis Colts before retiring in 2017. Since then, he has shifted his focus to championing survivors of traumatic brain injury (TBI), working alongside his wife as a passionate advocate in this crucial cause. Join us for an engaging conversation as Joe shares his journey from the football field to making a meaningful impact off the field, highlighting his successes and the impactful work he's doing to support TBI survivors. A special thanks to Joe Polizzi of Michaelis for connecting us with Joe.

    Emerging Leaders attend for $25!  

    11:15 AM - Networking

    11:45 AM - Lunch

    12:00 PM - BOMA Business Meeting

    12:15 PM - Joe Reitz

    1:00 PM - Program Ends

    • September 19, 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD


    • October 10, 2024
    • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
    • TBD
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    • October 28, 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • October 30, 2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • 9100 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, IN 46240
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    Environmental Health and Safety Issues presents best practices for developing and managing an effective environmental health and safety program. You will learn about the regulatory process and how it affects facilities. Compliance with laws and regulations is a key focus. The course will prepare you to conduct site assessments, analyze risk, and cooperate with compliance audits. The course also guides learners through the planning process to mitigate the risk from any workplace emergency, specifically addressing hazardous materials, air quality, water pollution, asbestos and lead hazards, and tank management. The management of and response to specific indoor environmental quality complaints is also addressed.

    Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:

    • Develop and manage an effective environmental health and safety program, integrating sustainable best practices wherever appropriate
    • Ensure that your facilities are in compliance with Federal, state, and local regulatory mandates
    • Assess environmental risk factors and prepare for compliance audits
    • Address emergency environmental health situations through proper planning and incident response
    • Maintain health and safety records in accordance with industry best practices
    • Manage indoor environmental quality complaints related to air, water, mold, radon, asbestos, and other environmental hazards
    • Execute appropriate record keeping, reporting, and other requirements associated with aboveground and underground storage tank regulations
    • Design and implement a waste management program, including recycling and disposal of all forms of waste including landfills waste, hazardous waste, universal, electronic, and tenant-generated waste

    KEY TOPIC AREAS:

    regulatory overview, including OSHA and EPA regulations  hazard communication and emergency response  asbestos and lead management  office and industrial ergonomics  indoor air quality, air emissions, and pollution control  storage tanks, hazardous waste, and site assessment  audits, record keeping, and legal issues


    APPLIES TO:

    FMA®, RPA®, SMA® designations

    RECOMMENDATIONS:

    USGBC Recommendation: 30 GBCI continuing education hours toward the LEED Credential Maintenance Program


    BOMI International courses are recognized by many other professional organizations such as IREM, IFMA, IUOE, and more. Credits from these organizations may apply as well.  Contact Sarah Kuester at (317) 632-4104 or via e-mail at sarah@bomaindy.org more details.

    INSTRUCTOR:

    Michael Lauhoff

    CLASSROOM SPACE SPONSORED BY:


    • November 06, 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Pins Mechanical Co. - 856 Carrollton Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202
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    Join us this November for our final Emerging Leader event of the year, Pins & Professionals: Networking Event for Emerging Leaders in CRE. We'll be wrapping up the year with our Emerging Leaders at Pin Mechanical Co. at Bottleworks, featuring food, drinks, networking, and plenty of duckpin bowling.

    A special thanks to our Emerging Leader Committee Members Veronica McNeely of Cornerstone, Cassi Gill of Robinson Park, and Drew Stutzman of JLL for their efforts in organizing this event.

    This event is only open to current BOMA Emerging Leaders, Corporate Sponsors, Board Members, and Advisory Council.

    • December 09, 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • December 11, 2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • 9100 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, IN 46240
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    Asset Management was developed to help property managers understand the role an asset manager fills in the commercial real estate world and how a property manager relates to asset management. If you are a facility manager, you will notice that day-to-day management of buildings is linked to property managers throughout this coursebook. In reality, you can interchange the term facility manager with property manager quite frequently. 

    You will become familiar with how to measure financial performance and perform critical due diligence for both acquisition and disposition of assets. You will also learn the unique challenges of handling troubled real estate owned (REO) properties, as well as how to select and oversee a property management firm.

    Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:

    • Maximize market value for your properties and assets in any economic state
    • Manage troubled properties for profitable transitions
    • Recognize and seize opportunities missed by competitors
    • Build wealth, diversify investment portfolios, and fund returns
    • Take control of your assets and improve overall operational efficiencies


    KEY TOPIC AREAS:

    developing an asset management plan, including appropriate resources associated with the current economy  measuring financial and operational objectives, including audits and reasons for them  managing and marketing strategies for retaining and attracting tenants  acquiring, disposing of, and evaluating troubled properties for sound decision making

    APPLIES TO:

    PMFP certificate
    FMA® and RPA® designations


    RECOMMENDATIONS:

    BOMI International courses are recognized by many other professional organizations such as IREM, IFMA, IUOE, and more. Credits from these organizations may apply as well.  Contact Sarah Kuester at (317) 632-4104 or via e-mail at sarah@bomaindy.org more details.

    INSTRUCTOR:


    Michael Lauhoff

    CLASSROOM SPACE SPONSORED BY:


    • December 12, 2024
    • 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Heirloom at N.K. Hurst - 230 W McCarty St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
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