Vision Statement 

Manifest and grow an educated, qualified, and inspired pool of maintenance engineers and technicians for the Greater Charlotte Area. 

Mission Statement 

Recruit by partnering with educational platforms and institutions to create internship and mentorship programs. Educate through BOMA and BOMI classes and other industry seminars, courses, and information. Inspire and renew by offering networking and outreach opportunities. Discover and share best practices and industry updates. 

Committee Leaders:  

Richard Fida, Northwood Office 
Dragan Nesic, Dimensional Fund Advisors

Board Liaisons:  

Amy Albright, Cousins Properties  

Email info@BOMAGreaterCharlotte.org for more information or to be put in contact with any of the committee leaders. Visit our Events Page to register for upcoming meetings and events. 

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MSS Training Partnership with BOMA Engineers

The following training is geared toward engineers.  Property Management professionals are welcome to attend if bringing an engineer.

MSS Training Session 1 - BAS 200 Level Training

  • May 21, 2024  11:00am - 1:00pm
  • MSS Auditorium, 11524 Wilmar Blvd., Charlotte, NC  
  • MSS Presenters:  David Thompson, Nathan Lee, Kevin Edwards, Tim Clark
  • Review in-depth control technologies, specifics, design, lessons learned.  Review Smart Buildings and high-level AI technology
  • Lunch Sponsor:  Joffie
  • Attendees:  capped at 50
  • Register HereTraining Session 1

MSS Training Session 2 - Sustainability in the Built Environment and ASHRAE Level II Audits

  • October 16, 2024  11:00am - 1:00pm
  • MSS Auditorium, 11524 Wilmar Blvd., Charlotte NC  
  • MSS Presenters: Michael Simon, Ryan Clark, Xavier Parrish
  • High level review of sustainability, regulations, compliance, etc.
  • Deep dive review into ASHRAE Level II Energy Audits, design, and lessons learned (how, why, when)
  • Lunch Sponsor:  Environmental Diversified Services, Inc
  • Attendees:  capped at 50
  • Register Here:  Training Session 2

Engineering Committee 

The Engineering Committee is committed to providing a platform dedicated to our Engineering members. Maintenance technicians and building engineers are encouraged to join for FREE, get involved, and benefit from all the resources available to them. We welcome maintenance, engineering, and property management professionals as well as vendors interested in MEP, the trades, and blue tech topics to attend engineering events, luncheons, and shop talks.

Leadership "Shop Talks" 

Leadership meets monthly to discuss latest trends and plan future engineering events. If you are a Chief Engineer or higher, please email to join our monthly shop talks. Leaders are necessary to steer the committee and bring value and share knowledge and expertise. 

Representation 

We currently have representation within the Charlotte Market from Cousins, Lincoln Harris, Beacon, CBRE, JLL, Childress Klein, Trinity Partners, Hines, Southern Real Estate, and Northwood Office. If your company is not listed, connect to strengthen the committee and industry. 

Recruitment 

BOMA has partnered with strategic groups to offer internship and mentorship opportunities that provide a career path for future generations and encourage longevity of our industry. Please watch a short video from BOMA Greater Dallas that talks about Closing the Labor Gap and the shortage of building engineers that speaks to our mission and guides our efforts. Engage your Human Resources departments today about the following opportunities:

  • She Built This City recruits women to the trades. Consider this group for entry-level positions.
  • Post entry-level CRE maintenance jobs to all NC community and technical colleges here
  • CPCC Work-based Learning  college students who learn on the job to earn college credits toward their certification/degree (16-week internship available) 

  • ROC training high school students in the trades 
  • Siemens Apprenticeship Program is a shining example of how to build talent from within 
  • RENEW trains displaced workers in HVAC, electrical and energy. View student resumes and learn more about the RENEW Workforce Program

  • ACE is an after-school program for high school students interested in Architecture, Construction, and Engineering. Become a mentor or sponsor! 

  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) CTE Program assists students in finding pathways to careers in several trades. 

Learning Center & Training Resources 

 

Industry Resources & Updates