"We have received several inquiries referencing the incident that occurred in Memphis and possible demonstration here in Indy. Our Special Operations Bureau monitors these events very closely and we have no information at this time that the demonstration will occur here in downtown Indy. We will continue to closely monitor this and update you as available."
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February is American Heart Month when The American Heart Association raises awareness about heart disease, which is the leading cause of death in the United States and Indiana. To help raise awareness, on Friday, February 3, AHA is asking buildings to "Go Red". “Going Red” includes red lighting on buildings in Indiana and across the country.
After operating independently for many years, BOMA and BOMI have announced a shared vision for commercial real estate industry’s education. “This is a unique opportunity to bring the two organizations together as one synergistic business to capitalize on our respective strengths, leverage staff competencies, better serve our shared customers, and enhance product offerings,” said BOMA International Chair Randal L. Froebelius, a BOMA Fellow and P.Eng. “By coming together, we elevate our effectiveness at being the preferred provider of career-long education and training.” The two organizations have signed a letter of intent to share management and governance structures. Due diligence has started and is expected to conclude in early 2023… Learn More
Nearly 40 members came together on June 2nd for our Annual Indy Parks Clean-up Day. Members mulched the playgrounds, cleaned up debris, pulled weeds, and painted benches and shelters. The historic Garfield Park is hidden gem in the city of Indianapolis. We were happy to help make it shine. See photos...
Thank you to Brian Selke of Mid-America Elevator for keeping us in the loop on elevator code changes. CODE CHANGES
The Elevator Code Committee has completed the review of the new / proposed adoption of ASME 17.1 – 2016 Elevator Safety Code. The circled part in the attachment of the new proposed code will cost building owners and I thought BOMA should be aware. This new code should go up for adoption this year with I’m assuming effective date January 1, 2023. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Brian Selke, President
Mid-America Elevator Co., Inc.
1116 East Market Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Office: (317) 635-5500
Cell: (317) 691-5165
We are pleased to announce Capital Center has advance to the North Central Regional TOBY competition under the Renovated Category. Congratulations to Erin Jones and her entire Zeller team!
Judges toured the building on February 17th. Thank you to judges Whitney Rump of Cushman & Wakefield, Veronica McNeely of Nightingale and Jeff Hendrex of National Bank of Indianapolis.
Congratulations to Tom McKneight and his team at Robinson Park for their hard work on submitting a local TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year). Judges provided feedback to set him up for a great run in the North Central Region Competition. Market Tower scored an amazing 98.62% and will be competing in the 500,000 to 1 Million Square Feet category. Thank you to our judges Renae Polizzi of Amerimar, Kim Magness of Hertz Investments, and Nicole Langdon of Colliers.
What a week it's been at our nation's capital! We had several members head to Washington D.C. for the BOMA International Winter Business Meeting. While not a typical Capitol Hill visit with numerous visits with our representatives, we were ecstatic to meet with one office to discuss workforce development, carbon reduction initiatives, and a loan cap expansion of energy efficient upgrades. See our talking points.
Chris Horsley and Theotto Lillard at Longworth House of Representatives Building
Thank you to Chris Horsley of Hokanson, Theotto Lillard of Zeller, Kara Cochrane of Select Commercial Services, and Boyd Zoccola of Hokanson for representing BOMA Indiana!
Sarah Kuester at The Capitol Building
BOMA International has released their latest COVID-19 guidance document - COVID PREVENTION AND IMPLICATION FOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND ENERGY USAGE.
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Indianapolis, IN 46204
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