The Forum at West Paces Earns Certification for Management Excellence
Lincoln Property Company Southeast-managed The Forum at West Paces office building has achieved the coveted 360 Performance Building certification from the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).
The BOMA 360 Performance Program evaluates properties in six major areas: building operations and management; life safety/security/risk management; training and education of building personnel; energy management; environmental/sustainability performance; and tenant relations and community involvement. Earlier this year, The Forum earned Energy Star certification from the federal government, recognizing excellence in energy management.
“We’re grateful to be recognized by BOMA as a 360 Performance building because it validates the work our staff is doing every day to provide best-in-class service to the tenants at The Forum at West Paces,” said Lincoln’s Shane Froman, vice president of management services.
Lincoln-Managed Buildings Cited for Conservation Achievements
One Midtown Plaza, Two Midtown Plaza and 55 Allen office buildings were all named top performers in the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge, recognizing efficiency in use of power and water. The achievement will be celebrated at an awards event July 12. The Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge is a program of the non-profit green building education and advocacy organization Southface.
“It’s great to receive recognition for our operations at these buildings. Efficient use of resources is smart business and good stewardship, which we’re committed to,” said Lincoln’s Shane Froman, vice president of management services. “Our clients are committed to providing value to their tenants through great building operations, and our staff is delivering for them.”
Lincoln Staff and Families Give Hybrid Game a Whirl
When you combine bumper cars and lacrosse, you get a unique test of reflexes and coordination that is also wildly fun.
Lincoln Property Company Southeast employees and their families tried their skill and luck at Whirlyball recently in a work family outing. In Whirlyball, teams in different colored bumper cars use short lacrosse sticks to move a ball around the court and try to score on the opposing team’s goal.
“We had about 60 people come out to play and enjoy some fun outside the office with their colleagues and family members,” said Tony Bartlett, executive vice president and head of Lincoln’s Atlanta office. “We have a great team that works hard, so it’s nice to be able to get together away from the office and just have a good time.”