Publications

  • BOMA Office Building Classification Guide - What does a Class A Building mean? What are the differences between Class A, B and C buildings? When looking for new office space, a tenant will quickly realize most buildings are classified in one of those three categories. The factors that determine a building's class vary in each market, so a Class A office building in a major urban city will be much different than a Class A office building in a small rural town of 30,000 people. There are no definitive formulas used to classify a building, but a general definition for each class is provided in the new BOMA Office Building Classification Guide. BOMA Building Classification Guide 
  • Measurment Standars: For almost 100 years, BOMA International has set the standard for measuring buildings. In 1915, BOMA first published the Standard Method of Floor Measurement for Office Buildings, an accepted and approved methodology by the American National Standards Institute. Throughout the years, the standard has been revised to reflect the changing needs of the real estate market and the evolution of office building design. For more information or to purchase these standards, visit BOMA International’s online bookstore 

Education

  • BOMI courses are hosted in Regina twice annually. They are also available online & by home study.  
  • Our events page shows upcoming Regina course dates
  • For information on BOMI courses & designations see www.bomicanada.com
    • To register, go to www.bomicanada.com and set up a student profile if you have not already done so, by clicking on Sign-in. Once you're signed in, proceed to register for the course. Alternatively, email admin@bomicanada.com or register via phone at 1-888-821-9319. 

E-energy Training

e energy logoThe BOMA
e-EnergyTraining for Building Operators
contributes to raising the energy efficiency awareness and competencies of building operators and, ultimately, will reduce energy use in this sector.

Course content is delivered online, in a self-learning format via the Internet. This method allows the participants to learn at their own pace and provides access from remote locations, eliminating the need to travel to a central location to participate.

The overall goal is to provide practical training for building operators that can be applied to day-to-day operations. A significant focus is on energy management opportunities, both operational and through capital projects. Upon completion, it is expected that operators will be better able to identify and implement energy savings initiatives in commercial buildings.

The target audience is experienced building operators and building engineers who already have a solid understanding of commercial building mechanical and electrical systems.

To learn more about this exciting new energy training program for building operators, click here to view a demonstration video about the BOMA e-EnergyTraining for Building Operators program.

Already know enough about the program and would like to register? To register... click here!

11:45 – 1:15, Regina Travelodge, 4177 Albert St.

Featuring "Big Screen, Big Fun", an interactive game-show style competition inspired by games like Jeopardy, Minute to Win it, Charades, & Daredevil Dare.

Door prize provided by B.G.E. Service & Supply Ltd. (The Filter Shop).

There is no charge for members to attend, but we do ask that you register by email no later than Dec. 4.

Non-members and guests will be charged $35 + GST. 

Regina Travelodge, 4177 Albert Street 

The Annual Business of BOMA Regina will be conducted. 

A door prize will be provided by KAP City Construction

There is no charge for members to attend, but we do ask that you register by email no later than Nov. 10.

Non-members and guests will be charged $35 + GST. 

 
Carrie Weir, Executive Director
Email: events@bomaregina.ca        |        Phone: 306-596-7926        |        Fax: 306-205-3501
PO Box 20013 2102 11th Ave. Regina SK S4P 4J7