9-18-20121600 Broadway, 5th Floor Conference Room
Description: Most all of us in property management have some responsibility for the tenant improvement construction process in our buildings. Perhaps it's the property (project) manager working with the broker, the architect and the tenant in the preliminary space planning stages; the general contractor requesting bids for all the required disciplines on the construction documents; or the building engineer checking and rechecking the work of the mechanical sub-contractor to ensure his/her accuracy. TI construction is a long, detailed and tedious process from the initial space plan to the final punch list sign off with many, many steps in between. Join us and hear from the panel of individuals who have experienced and learned from this process first hand for most of their careers. Panel: Architect - Amanda Mixon, Project Manager, Saiber Saiber, Inc.; General Contractor - Alex Szollosi, President , Max Construction, Inc.; Property (Project) Manager - Sandi Schroeder, RPA CPM CCIM LEED GA
9-25-2012Marriott DTC, 4900 S Syracuse St Denver, CO 80237
Description: Knowledge of the complex regulatory environment is critical to anyone operating in the healthcare real estate space. Denver Metro BOMA's Medical Office Building Special Interest Group (MOB SIG), is pleased to offer a seminar on Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and the Federal False Claims Act. Who Should Attend: Anyone involved in, or hoping to become involved in, healthcare related real estate: property managers, facility managers, hospital administrators, compliance officers, attorneys, appraisers, physicians, practice managers, vendors and contractors, among others. Speakers: John Claybrook and Walter Nielsen of Nashville law firm of Waller, Lansden, Dortch & Davis, 2012 presenters at BOMA International's MOB Conference in Atlanta, GA. Facilitators: Connie O'Murray, Jones Lang LaSalle; Jeff Piehl, Cushman & Wakefield; Shane Seitz, Lillibridge Earn Credit! This course has been approved by the State of Colorado Real Estate Commission for 2.0 Continuing Education Credits.
9-26-20121114 W 7th Ave # 200
Water Performance & Efficiency September 26, 2012 LEED promotes water efficiency and proactive management for fixture use, landscaping, and cooling towers. Learn how to get over the WE prerequisite 1 hurdle through low-cost fixture upgrade strategies, how to earn points and save water through proactive monitoring, and if/how you are eligible for irrigation reduction points (some urban buildings are!!), Explore case studies to illustrate the cost savings and payback that water conservation strategies can promote in existing buildings. Presenters: Phillip Saieg, Alliance for Sustainable Colorado Ben Stanley, YR&G Approved by GBCI for 1.5 O+M LEED-specific CE hours Pricing: BOMA Denver: $20 per session or $150 for all 10 sessions Non-members: $35 per session or $250 for all 10 sessions Register Today - 1 Session or 10 Sessions
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