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  • LADWP’s Commercial Lighting Incentive Program (CLIP)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/10/2020 at 3:10 PM (EDT)

    The presentation will provide information on how to successfully participate in the program with a focus on understanding the program requirements, including determining eligibility, completing an application package, and familiarizing with the verification process. It will also include the incentive rates and overview of the process from beginning to end.

    The incentives are designed to make a wide variety of high-efficiency lighting products more affordable to LADWP’s nonresidential customers. Through the CLIP, customers receive incentives for installing high-efficiency lighting products, providing a high level of flexibility. The program provides several pathways to participation and is mostly contractor driven.

    During this presentation you will learn:

    - Remember that LADWP offers incentives for installing energy-efficient lighting equipment and controls
    - Understand how to participate in the Commercial Lighting Incentive Program
    - Determine the value of the program’s benefits to your organization

    Cecille Coronel

    Supervisor of LADWP’s Commercial Lighting Incentive Program (CLIP), Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

    Cecille Coronel is the supervisor of the Commercial Lighting Incentive Program, also known as CLIP for short.  She has been with the Department of Water and Power for about 10 years and has worked for the City of Los Angeles for 20 years. She manages CLIP’s day to day operations and oversees the program’s business process management and customer service delivery efforts. Last fiscal year was a banner year for CLIP, the program saved 80GWh, equivalent to taking 13,000 homes off the grid and equivalent to removing  6000 cars off the street.  CLIP paid was over $17M in incentives.

  • How the Pandemic has Affected Commercial Evictions

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/01/2020 at 3:10 PM (EDT)

    This presentation will cover the legal implications of commercial evictions during the pandemic and the practical abilities of moving forward with cases. The presentation will also address potential concerns and considerations with the laws, regulations, resolutions, rules and ordinances passed during the pandemic.

    Attorneys at the Law Offices of Kimball, Tirey & St. John will review for BOMA GLA members the laws, regulations, resolutions, rules and ordinances impacting commercial evictions. During this unprecedented time, it is imperative that commercial property managers understand the legal implications of evictions and considerations to moving forward with cases.


    During this presentation you will learn:

    • Because of the potential liabilities, commercial property managers should be knowledgeable of tenant pandemic protections laws in place.
    • The impact of statewide orders and local ordinances on commercial evictions.
    • Considerations for commercial property managers when negotiating with tenants.

    Christine M. Relph

    Partner, Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP

    Ms. Relph has extensive experience representing owners, landlords, investors, financial institutions, property managers, homeowner’s associations, receivers and creditors in business and real estate litigation matters including breach of lease, mold disputes, boundary and title disputes, residential and commercial unlawful detainers, post foreclosure litigation, and bankruptcy proceedings.
    Ms. Relph also represents clients in real estate transactional matters such as purchase and sale agreements, residential and commercial leasing, including the review and preparation of leases and addenda.
    Ms. Relph is a Board Member in the San Diego chapter of the California Receivers Forum.

    Cynthia D. Stelzer

    Partner, Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP

    Ms. Stelzer represents commercial landlords, property managers, business owners and real estate investors in business and complex real estate issues. Ms. Stelzer has handled thousands of matters involving commercial disputes. Her clientele consists of the top commercial brokerage and management companies nationwide.

    Ms. Stelzer’s practice includes providing counsel in both transactional and litigation matters focusing on business and real property issues, including commercial unlawful detainers, commercial breach of lease actions and actions involving boundary and title disputes, easements, partition and adverse possession. Ms. Stelzer practices further in the area of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, and in the field of commercial owner’s association representation.

  • Tips and Tools on Budgeting in a New Environment

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 08/25/2020 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    Budget preparation is a process of making intelligent assumptions about expectations for the coming year. This guide is intended to help raise and answer questions regarding assumptions for your 2021 Budget and 2020 Projections.

    Budget preparation is a process of making intelligent assumptions about expectations for the coming year. 2020 and 2021 are unlike any period in history making it difficult to plan. Since no one can accurately predict when building occupancy and operations will ‘return to normal’, managers must take a consistent approach with clearly stated budget assumptions.

    This guide is intended to help raise and answer questions regarding assumptions for your 2021 Budget and 2020 Projections. We hope this guide will help you prepare your initial budget detail package to obtain client/owner- approval.

    In this webinar, you will learn about:
    1. Unpredictable rent and parking revenues
    2. Operating expense recoveries with unpredictable occupancies
    3. How to treat 2020 Base Years
    4. Variable expenses like utilities and cleaning
    5. Who gets the savings or cost increases- tenant or landlord?

    Jodi Talentino

    General Manager, Constellation Place, LLC

    Jodi Talentino has over 30 years of experience in the operation and management of commercial real estate in Los Angeles. She is the General Manager at Constellation Place and has managed the property since it opened in 2003. Jodi serves on the Board and Executive Committee of the Century City Chamber of Commerce and on the Board of the Century City Business Improvement District. She is also active in BOMA/GLA. Jodi holds a B.B.A. from The George Washington University and an RPA designation.

    Brian Plymell

    Vice President, Property Management, Hines

    Brian Plymell is Vice President-Management Services for Hines’ 14 million sf portfolio in Southern California where he also serves as Regional Advocate for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. He has contributed to a countless number of budgets in his twenty-seven years with Hines and is a member of the BOMA/GLA Past Chairperson Committee.

  • Understanding Seismic Ordinances: How To Effectively Navigate A Mandatory Evaluation And Retrofit

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Join us to find out building owner’s challenges and the do’s and don’ts of a mandatory evaluation and retrofit

    A seismic ordinance is a law passed by local authorities requiring the evaluation and retrofit of specific building types proven to be vulnerable to seismic events. These ordinances were created in response to poor performance of certain classes of structures during previous earthquakes. Join us to find out building owner’s challenges and the do’s and don’ts of a mandatory evaluation and retrofit.

    Presentation Learning Objectives:
    1. Learn the basics and benefits of a seismic ordinance.
    2. Find out the process of a mandatory evaluation and retrofit, where to start and challenges that may occur.
    3. Learn how to control cost and the project timeline.
    4. How to mitigate tenant impact.

    Course length: 1 hour

    Level: Intermediate

    CE Credits: 1

    Expires: 7 days after first access

    Kyle Tourje

    Construction Specialist, Alpha Structural, Inc.

    Anwar Alam

    Senior Structural Engineer, Alpha Structural Inc.

  • Organizational Management Course

    Contains 7 Product(s)

    Organizational Management

    This course will prepare property managers with 3-5 years’ experience on how to manage and lead their organization through communication, motivation, relationship and team building, project management, problem solving, and decision-making skills.


    Module 1: Introduction to Management
    Module 2: Organizational Culture
    Module 3: Decision-making and Problem-solving 
    Module 4: Effective Communication
    Module 5: Team Leadership and Motivation
    Module 6: Organizational Planning
    Module 7: Change Management

    Course length:  1 hours 31 minutes

    CE Credits: 1.52 Credits

    Expires: 14 days after first access

  • Preparing a World for Electric Vehicles (EV)

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar outlines the Electric Vehicle (EV) market and how to use this disrupting trend to position your property to capitalize on it.

    The world is going electric and vehicles are no exception. How do you identify the best locations, technology, and financing structure to meet the demands of tenants, the public and owners alike? This webinar will outline the Electric Vehicle (EV) market and how to use this disrupting trend to position your property to capitalize on it. 

    During this webinar you will learn:

    1. Why you should do anything at all 
    2. Site selection 
    3. Owning and operation considerations 
    4. Rebates (utility, federal, 3rd party) 
    5. Flexibility for the future

    Course length:  25 minutes

    Level: Introductory

    CE Credits: 0.45

    Expires: 7 days after first access

    Andrew Shephard

    Director of Sales - Industrial/OEM, One Source Distributors

  • The Day After

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar is an introductory overview of basic disaster preparedness and response principles from the facility management viewpoint.

    This webinar is an introductory overview of basic disaster preparedness and response principles from the facility management viewpoint. This is not a presentation to review first aid or evacuation procedures but rather an informative and thought provoking, introduction level class introducing disaster preparedness integrated into the steps necessary to mitigate further damage from occurring. By using real life loss examples and integrating both missteps and success stories along with audience participation will ensure that all will come away with at least one good ‘take away.”

    Course Contents

    1. Learn how the basics of crisis management can be deployed to help facilitate the recovery stage and allay tenant fears. 
    2. Recognize the importance of documentation to protect yourself and your organization and how best to achieve it.
    3. Learn basic steps of mitigation when dealing with common losses such as water or smoke and even cleaning & disinfecting.

    Course length: 47 minutes

    Level: Intermediate

    CE Credits: 0.78

    Expires: 7 days after first access

    John Temoyan

    Vice President, HARBRO

    John has almost 30 years of disaster response experience, first as a property insurance claims adjuster/ manager and currently as an emergency service, restoration and reconstruction provider.   John is a licensed general contractor and is IICRC certified in water damage, fire and smoke remediation and mold/microbials.  Additionally, John is OSHA/EPA trained on asbestos abatement and hazardous materials response. John is an Associate of the Disaster Recovery Institute is a BOMI instructor and an OSHA Outreach instructor.

  • Building Systems and Management Course 1

    Contains 5 Product(s)

    This course provides introductory and intermediate level property management professionals with an overview of the operation and maintenance of building systems. Topics covered include structural systems, exteriors, interiors, elevators, escalators and electrical systems.

    This course provides introductory to intermediate level property management professionals with an overview of the operation and maintenance of building systems. Gain a better understanding of the skills and knowledge you need to successfully manage your building.

    This course is part one of a two-part course.

    Course Modules

    Structural Systems and Building Envelope

    Building Exteriors – Parking and Landscaping

    Building Interiors – Walls, Ceilings and Floorings

    Basics of Elevators and Escalators

    Building Electrical Systems 

    A COURSE CERTIFICATE WILL BE AWARDED UPON THE COMPLETION OF ALL COMPONENTS OF THIS COURSE. 

    For a deeper and more in-depth educational experience, view BOMI's The Design, Operations and Maintenance of Buildings Systems Part I and Part II. These courses are scheduled throughout the year and can be found on the BOMA/GLA Calendar.  

    Course length:  4 hours

    CE Credits: 3.95

    Expires: 14 days after first access

  • COVID-19 Building Re-Entry: Security and Building Access

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Managing your building security program in a post-COVID-19 environment will be challenging. Find out how social distancing and health concerns have impacted your employee and visitor management process, and how technology can be used to keep your building safe.

    Managing your building security program in a post-COVID-19 environment will be challenging. Find out how social distancing and health concerns have impacted your employee and visitor management process, and how technology can be used to keep your building safe.

    In this webinar, you will learn:

    - The use of cameras and thermal equipment for screening tenants and visitors

    - How Bluetooth credential technology can assist with elevator and parking access

    - The use of software for employee and vendor screening and contact tracking

    Course length:  29 minutes

    Level: Intermediate/Experienced

    CE Credits: 0.48

    Louis Boulgarides

    President and CEO, Ollivier Corporation

    Louis Boulgarides manages field operations and sales at Ollivier. Louis joined Ollivier in 2015 and brings 25 years of experience in the Security Guard and Systems industries. Louis has extensive experience with Local Operations Centers, Regional Command Centers, Global Command Centers, and Managed Access Control and Video. Louis has overseen managed system deployments in excess of 4,000 readers. Mr. Boulgarides received his MBA from Cal Poly Pomona in 2007. Mr. Boulgarides received his Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation from ASIS International in 2006 and he holds a C-10 license from the CSLB – and is a designated Qualified Alarm Company Manager.

  • Force Majeure, Frustration, and Impossibility: California Contractual Enforceability Issues Arising in the Wake of COVID-19

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar introduces the legal concepts of force majeure, frustration, and impossibility under California law and the issues that tenants and landlords can anticipate in light of Covid-19.

    This webinar introduces the legal concepts of force majeure, frustration, and impossibility under California law and the kinds of arguments that tenants and landlords can anticipate in light of Covid-19.

    Course Contents

    1. Explains recent local orders/ordinances passed after COVID-19

    2. Explains three legal theories: force majeure, frustration, and impossibility

    3. Discusses practical options for owners and managers to consider

    Course length:  41 minutes

    Level: Intermediate/Experienced

    CE Credits: 0.68

    Expires: 7 days after first access

    Alicia Vaz

    Partner, Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP

    Alicia is highly skilled and very experienced at litigation and dispute resolution in high stake business and real estate conflicts. She has been hailed by clients for her effective, efficient, and creative approach to resolving disputes with solutions that align with the client's litigation goals and business needs. Her skillful and thorough case preparation often develops crucial evidence which leads to early and decisive settlement. Alicia understands her client's goals of achieving success in a cost-effective manner. As a result, Alicia engages the assistance of junior attorneys, paralegals, or law clerks if the task can most efficiently be handled by someone else with her oversight.

    Cathy Moses

    Partner, Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP

    Cathy Tran Moses is a litigation partner in the Firm’s Orange County office. Cathy specializes in complex business litigation, including partnership disputes, breach of contract disputes, business torts, insurance coverage litigation, and other real estate litigation. Cathy practices in federal courts, California state courts, and arbitrations, and has obtained successful results for clients at all stages of litigation, including pre-litigation negotiations, dispositive motion practice, trial, and appeal. Cathy also has represented management in high-stakes employment litigation, and advises clients on compliance with California labor and employment laws.