2021 MEGA Education Lunch and Learn Series

Apr 13, 2021
12:00 PM — 12:00 PM
Zoom--Virtual Meeting

Event Details

Join us for MEGA Edcuation Lunch and Learn Series! Starting April 13, join BOMA every Tuesday and Thursday at noon for a virtual education session presented by experts in a wide variety of fields. CEUs pending.

Current topics and dates:

  • April 13th: What you Should Know About OSHA – Glenn Miller, Compliance Technologies, Inc.
    The current COVID-19 pandemic has affected every aspect of business, and OSHA has responded to these changes accordingly, Are you aware of which OSHA programs apply to your business? What is the level of your compliance?
  • April 15th: Roofing Preventative Maintenance: Extend the Life of Your Roof – Mandy McIntyre, 1st Choice Roofing
    Do you know your roof? Understand the benefits of reports and warranties and the life expectancy of various roof systems. Identify and discuss preventative maintenance programs and how they can save you money. Confirm the types of repairs and what to ask about them. A discussion of roof coating options will wrap up this session.
  • April 20th: IoT and You: The Future of the Smart Building is Now – April Bertram, GOJO
    In the office building, there were over 100 million new connected devices placed by 2020. The data produced from these devices can be used for tracking building assets, equipment maintenance, improving operational efficiencies, and much more. Learn how implementing and using IoT in your buildings can help solve common challenges with operations; understand ways in which you can leverage the data to operate more efficiently, reduce costs, and increase tenant satisfaction.
  • April 22nd: Diagnostic and Performance Testing of Building Enclosures – Nate Gamber/Mike Kotheimer, Wiss Janney Elstner Associates, Inc.
    Hear about the commonly used performance and diagnostic testing methods used on various types of building enclosures. A discussion of investigative, diagnostic testing, and non-destructive testing techniques used by building envelope consultants to identify the root causes of failures in windows, curtain walls, metal panel cladding, masonry facades, and roofing will be presented.
  • April 27th: Ready for the EV Revolution? – Jimmy Smith, ChargePoint
    The growth of electric vehicles (EVs) and the behavior of EV drivers are increasing the demand for charging stations. This session will explain the different types of charging stations available and their suitable applications. It will discuss the planning and installation considerations for electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE).
  • April 29th: Sustainable Materials Management: Waste Reduction, Recycling and Composting in Commercial Buildings – Doreen Schreiber, Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District
    Every building produces waste and dealing with that waste costs time and money. Get step by step instructions on how to perform waste audits, learn money saving techniques for both waste removal and recycling, and understand recycling behaviors to optimize your building’s recycling and turn it into a long-term sustainable program that saves money. Learn how to reduce the amount of waste your building is producing, reuse techniques you may have never considered, what is currently recyclable in today’s market and how to recycle it.
  • May 4th: Façade Access: Anchorage Requirements – Tyler Stillings, Wiss Janney Elstner Associates, Inc
    Learn about the recent changes to OSHA requirements regarding the use of rooftop anchorages.  Understand a building owner’s responsibilities regarding safe facade access for vendors during inspection, testing, and use of rooftop anchorages with facade access systems, including rope descent. The session will include a local case study that demonstrates the challenges associated with the implementation of these changes.
  • May 11: What to Expect During the Roofing Process—Chris White, Boak & Sons Roofing
    The existing roof system on any building will take on the most brutal elements and need proper maintenance to ensure its longevity. In this seminar, learn how to effectively budget for a routine maintenance and service program, and how to potentially avoid costly major repairs and roof replacement projects. Hear about how technology has impacted the roofing industry, and how software programs have been designed to make it easier to manage roofing assets.

Available Tickets
Member Bundle — $100 / ticket
Non-Member Bundle — $125 / ticket
Member Single Session — $25 / ticket
Non-Member Single Session — $35 / ticket

Time and Date:
April 13, 2021 — May 4, 2021
Starts: Tuesday 04/13 @ 12:00 PM
Ends: Tuesday 05/04 @ 12:00 PM

Zoom--Virtual Meeting