|Certificates of Excellence|
Certificates of Excellence
The BOMA Certificate of Excellence is backed by a rigorous certification program that involves a written submission and an onsite visit. Information to be included and scored includes: building management and operations, community impact, tenant relations/communications, energy management and conservation, environmental, regulatory and sustainability initiatives, and the training of the building personnel. Building Categories include: Office Building, Historical Building, Public Assembly Building, Industrial Office Building and Shopping Centre and now for the first time the Mixed-Use category.
A Certificate of Excellence online registration form must be completed along with fees submitted to the BOMA Toronto office. Applicants must work on completing their full submission in accordance with the guidebook and once finished, they will upload their completed submission via the online BOMA International TOBY portal. Details regarding the online portal use will be emailed to each applicant.
DEADLINES AND FEES
Formal submissions must be completed online by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 31st, 2017
Fee: $735 per building + HST made payable to BOMA Toronto (1 Dundas Street West, Suite 1800, Toronto, ON M5G 1Z3)
A celebration recognizing the people and companies that have met the standard will take place at the annual BOMA Toronto Celebration of Excellence Gala. Certification plaques, congratulatory banners, and BOMA Toronto TOBY Awards will be presented. The individual(s) submitting the building/facility will be recognized along with building/facility personnel who ensures this high standard of excellence is achieved.
BOMA Toronto TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Awards will be presented to the highest scoring (minimum 80%) Certificate of Excellence recipients in each of the TOBY and non-TOBY (Public Assembly Building) categories. All award winners will have their Certificate of Excellence valid for 5 years, instead of 3 years. Winners of BOMA Toronto TOBY Awards (excluding Public Assembly Buildings) may be eligible to advance to the National competition if they meet the eligibility requirements. Details of the National program can be found at BOMA Canada website...
The building is eligible for recertification after 5 years (if entering in the same TOBY category). For January 2017 submissions - Toby winners who last submitted in January 31, 2011 are now eligible to compete again.
The building is eligible for recertification after 3 years (if entering in a different TOBY category). For January 2017 submissions - Toby winners who last submitted in January 31, 2013 are now eligible to complete again.