Building  Owners  and  Managers  Association  International

Building Owners and Managers Association International

Awards & Recognition


 BOMA 360 Performance Program


BOMA 360 is a commercial real estate designation developed by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International that recognizes all-around excellence in building operations and management. The program benchmarks building performance in six key areas: operations and management; security and safety; training and education; energy; environment and sustainability; and tenant relations. Since the program’s inception in 2009, more than 1,000 BOMA 360 designations have been awarded.

Earning a BOMA 360 designation offers buildings tangible results, measured through higher tenant retention and satisfaction scores, higher rental rates and documented operations and management savings and efficiencies as reported in designee surveys and by Kingsley Associates and CoStar.

Applications accepted daily. The designation is conferred quarterly. The first quarter 2016 deadline is March 4.


 BOMA Fellows


The BOMA Fellows program recognizes and honors BOMA International members for exemplary and sustained contributions to the industry, their profession, the community and BOMA at all levels, and is a call to continued leadership and service.  Fellows candidates must be BOMA International members for a minimum of ten (10) years, and must be able to demonstrate achievements in education, industry and business experience, BOMA leadership activities, honors and awards, and community service worthy of BOMA recognition.


 The Outstanding Building of the Year



The Outstanding Building of the Year®(TOBY) Awards honor the best of the best in commercial buildings.  BOMA International is pleased to congratulate the 2015 International TOBY® Award winners. 

Congratulations to all the International TOBY winners.​


 Government Affairs Awards of Recognition (Govies)

BOMA International Honors Advocacy Excellence

During the Board of Governors meeting at the 2015 Winter Business Meeting, BOMA International recognized four BOMA local associations for their excellence in grassroots and issues advocacy through the Government Affairs Awards of Recognition Program, popularly known as the “Govies.”

BOMA/Tulsa was recognized in the category of Outstanding Single Government Affairs Issue for small BOMA local associations for its leadership in opposing a retroactive requirement for luminous egress path markings in existing high-rise buildings.

BOMA/Utah (pictured at right) swept all three categories for medium BOMA local associations: Outstanding Government Affairs Committee; Outstanding Government Affairs Program or Seminar; and Outstanding Single Government Affairs Issue for its work in opposing state legislation that would have removed the power of the Utah State Public Service Commission to evaluate the implications of placing a fee on the net metering of power customers.

BOMA/Georgia was honored in two categories for large BOMA local associations: Outstanding Government Affairs Program or Seminar and Outstanding Government Affairs Committee.

BOMA/San Diego won in the last category for large BOMA local associations, Outstanding Single Government Affairs Issue, for its work to protect San Diego’s commercial real estate industry from a dramatic and massive tax increase through the imposition of a local housing linkage fee.

More information on the winning entries can be found on the Govies page of the BOMA International website.