BOMA EARTH Awards 2014 - Excellence In Innovation
BOMA Bay Area Innovative EARTH Award Winners To Be Announced at BOMA Awards Gala on Feb. 9, 2017
BOMA’s Innovative EARTH Award highlights new, unique innovative measures our members are implementing in pursuit of environmental stewardship. The Innovative EARTH Award provides us with the opportunity to recognize those building owners and managers that are pusing the boundaries of sustainability, and to share their ideas with the greater BOMA membership. The Innovative EARTH Award is presented to Bay Area building management and engineer teams that have implemented a sustainability-related initiative in 2016 that best captures the spirit of creativity and cutting-edge products. Any and all innovations are welcome to apply, from high-cost capital projects using the most advanced technology to no-cost tenant engagement campaigns.
BOMA San Francisco and BOMA Oakland East Bay will recognize winners of the Innovative EARTH Award along with TOBY recipients at the BOMA Awards Gala on February 9, 2017. Any and all questions regarding the Innovative EARTH Award contest can be directed to Zachary Brown with CBRE at email@example.com.
Click here for BOMA’s 2015 Innovative EARTH Awards Application due December, 16, 2016.
Orrick Building (405 Howard Street) / Langley Investment Properties, Inc.
Innovation: Minimized solar loads by having window shades closed during the weekends.
Russ Building (235 Montgomery Street) / Shorenstein Realty Services
Innovation: Provided tenants Modlets to monitor and help reduce energy use
201 Third Street / Kilroy Realty Corporation
Innovation: Sponsored a Twitter contest during Earth Week for its tenants to tweet about their sustainable activiteis adn practices.
Pleasanton Corporate Commons / Hines
Innovation: Created EV charging stations and an onine etiquette group for tenants.
Levi Strauss & Co. World HQ / Interland Jalson
Innovation: Used recycled denim in walls and ceilings for thermal insulation.
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