BOMA International Conference & Expo 2019 Coverage

Sessions ranged from energy efficiency and financing to tenant engagement and the shifting workforce at this year's BOMA International Conference & Expo, which took place in Salt Lake City from June 22-25.
2019 BOMA International Conference & Expo, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City

BOMA International’s Conference & Expo brought together an array of attendees from across the U.S. Panelists discussed the latest topics in commercial real estate including tenant engagement, cybersecurity, net-zero energy, how to keep your buildings competitive, climate risk, and how to attract and retain talent. The expo floor was home to hundreds of companies providing the latest in services solutions and technology.  

The opening keynote was a presentation by Amy Webb, founder of the Future Today Institute. She discussed the latest emerging technology research in commercial real estate and explained how technology such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and the Internet of Things will impact businesses and workplaces, as well as individuals over the next 10 years. 

See below for our conference coverage:

The Changing Dynamics of Tenant Engagement

Connecting with building tenants is essential to promoting a healthy work environment, as well as to attracting and retaining new tenants, explained Michael Giese of GlenStar Properties.

Achieving Net-Zero Energy in Office Properties

Panelists from Rocky Mountain Institute, Morgan Creek Ventures and Sharp Development Co., share six steps to implementing net-zero practices at office properties.

The Rise of the Multi-Generational Workforce

Five generations are changing the dynamics of the workplace, said Erik Lucken of RSP Architects.