OVER 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE AMONG BUILDING AND MANAGERS AND OPERATORS.
Improve our knowledge and efficiency of building operations through the association
I was in the building operation for 28 years and like to meet people in the same field with different companies. I am one of the board members and currently retired. I am helping to communicate all the members and non members to come to our monthly educational meeting. The benefit of joining the association is to know the trend nowadays in this industry.
When I initially join TBMOA, I had one motivating intention of doing so, to enhance my personal and professional development thru the networking opportunities that I can offer. This association also offered me insight into how the industry works, at the same time guide me in navigating it to enhance my career. Through this association, I remain informed about the industry's trends which help me one step ahead of the competition. I also enjoyed the fact that it endeavors to promote
I have been in this industry since 1981 in many aspects of Property Management including Industrial, Commercial and Retail. Currently in Commercial real estate as a property manager for Brookfield GIS managing buildings for the Government of Canada which started in 2016. I joined the TBMOA back in the day to become more familiar with what is happening in the industry and to gain valuable experience and skills through being involved in all capacities on the executive committees and t
I joined TBMOA because of the opportunity to learn more about the Building Operations and Maintenance Industry, meet industry people from different types of Buildings (commercial,critical, hospital and many others.). Attend seminars for continuous learning and connect with the members and officers to collaborate and share work experiences the way other trades help one another while attending building operations problems.Being a member of TBMOA has given me a chance to aspire more on my
While attempting to break into the industry and attending BES courses at Seneca college, I was introduced to Toronto Building Managers and Operators Association. The association provides a an environment that encourages relationships, networking and the exchange of a wealth of knowledge from people in the industry with years of experience. During monthly meetings guest speakers and various site tours ensure that I will always be on the leading edge of industry best practices and tech
Main reason was to be able to interact with other building managers and operators and sharing ideas on how they run their systems. Also being able to learn from different presentation of trades that are invited on the monthly meetings.
With 14 years in the property management industry I have recognized the importance of building a reliable network of resources. The TBMOA has facilitated this pursuit as an organization that strives to be knowledge and educationally driven. Our mandate is to assist professional development for all our members as well as foster networking opportunities in innovative ways. The Board of Directors of the TBMOA is made up of a fantastic group who have extensive experience in the field and
I joined the TBSA/TBMOA in 1989 to become part of fraternity of people that shared common interest and goals at a time when the industry was changing very rapidly with the introduction of DDC controls, front end BAS so powerful that with a modem connection the property could be controlled remotely this was to me revolutionary that I could control remote properties miles apart from one location. It was time for me to increase my knowledge with like minded people. The benefits ga
The Toronto Building Managers and Operators Association (TBMOA) recognizes Seneca College's BES™ Operator Class II Certificate as the foundation for students looking to become equipped with the skills & knowledge to launch or further their career in Property & Facilities Management. Employment Coordinator, Seneca Bridging Programs
ACCES Employment was proud to collaborate with the TBMOA on an event for aspiring Building Operators, in partnership with Seneca College and the Building Environmental System’s (BES) program. TBMOA mentors from various organizations came together to participate in a Speed Mentoring® program at ACCES Employment with recent BES graduates who are actively looking for their first role in the field. A high number of graduates from this program are newcomers to Canada and need the opportunity to bu