Extreme weather events have been expanding in both frequency and intensity over the years. Building owners and managers are correspondingly responding with resilience measures to protect their assets and occupants. To create more awareness of the challenges and opportunities associated with making your building more resilient, BOMA Canada has brought together various resources to better support the industry.
Climate Resilience Committee
The BOMA Canada National Climate Resilience Committee is group of professionals dedicated to supporting the commercial real estate towards a more climate resilient future.
Alice Dixon – Infrastructure Ontario
Anika de la Flor – QuadReal Properties
Anna Murray – BentallGreenOak
Ben Welch – Triovest
Bill Fender – FirstOnSite
Caroline Bordeaux – Canderel
Christine Wickett – Morguard
David Hoffman – Hines Canada
Doug Riches – Allied REIT
Gregory Eskins – Marsh
Jamie Gray-Donald – QuadReal Properties
Jason Benner – Triovest
Jason Boyko – Swiss Re
Jon Douglas – Menkes Property Management Service Inc.
Karen Jalon – Cadillac Fairview
Kevin Spiers – FirstOnSite
Kit Milnes – Kingsett Capital
Kristopher Kolenc – REALPAC
Lachlan MacQuarrie – Oxford Properties
Melissa Jacobs – First Capital
Natalia Moudrak – Intact Center
Mer Ebrahimzadeh – Colliers International
Nirwair Bajwa – Stantec
Randal Froebelius – Equity ICI
Regan Smith – Manulife
Rob Simson – Ivanhoe Cambridge
Romain Stephano – Canderel
Sante Esposito – Colliers International
Bala Gnanam – BOMA Toronto
Benjamin Shinewald – BOMA Canada
John Smiciklas – BOMA Canada
Victoria Papp – BOMA Canada
BOMA Canada Resources
Resilience in the Commercial Real Estate Industry – 2022: Connecting the data collection practices for operational management and efficiency with corporate portfolio risk management.
Ahead of the Storm: Developing Flood-Resilience Guidance for Canada’s Commercial Real Estate. Published by Intact Center and supported by Intact Insurance, RealPAC and BOMA Canada. This report outlines 20 measures that can be implemented by commercial real estate owners and managers to enhance flood-resilience of existing office towers, thereby reducing the potential for property damage, business disruptions and loss of life.