MONTREAL, November 15, 2017 – The Building Owners and Managers Association of Quebec (BOMA Quebec) is pleased to salute the energy and environmental performances of many buildings. The Building Environmental Standards certification sets performance benchmarks for indoor air quality, energy management, recycling and re-use, waste reduction, tenant awareness as well as health and safety.  Levels are determined by points allocated by an independent expert during an on-site inspection.  The goal of the program is to “Create a sustainable environment, one building at a time.”

We are proud to offer our congratulations to the following building management companies.

Gold Level

Cirque du Soleil
Cirque du Soleil - Siège Social

 Silver Level

Busac Immobilier
Le 1200 McGill College

La Corporation Cadillac Faiview
CF Galeries d'Anjou
CF Fairview Pointe Claire
CF Windsor/Deloitte

Conseillers immobiliers GWL Inc.
Centre Pierrefonds
Plaza Pierrefonds

Corporation Immobilière Kevric inc.
7250 Mile-End
Place Bonaventure

HEC Montréal
HEC Montréal - Immeuble Côte-Sainte-Catherine

Le Groupe de Société Westcliff
Carrefour Angrignon

Bronze Level

La Corporation Cadillac Faiview
CF Carrefour Laval

Certified Level

Services de gestion FCR LP
Édifice Hooper
Plaza Beaconsfield

BOMA Quebec wishes to pay tribute to the exceptional performance of buildings awarded honours at the BOMA Awards gala in May, and that then went on to also win at the national level during the BOMEX convention in Toronto in September.

In the Environment category – Health care facility – the CHUM Notre Dame Hospital, represented by Norman Mallette

In the Environment category – Retail building – Montreal Trust Place, represented by Valérie Desroches

In the Outstanding Building of the Year category – Corporate facility – the head office of La Capitale Financial Group, represented by Bruno Turcotte

In the Outstanding Building of the Year category – Historical building – the Sun Life Building, represented by Ryan Zamestrieus

In the Outstanding Building of the Year category – Public assembly building – the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, represented by Jocelyne Leroux


Photo (left to right): Linda Carbone, BOMA Québec; Norman Mallette, Hôpital Notre-Dame du CHUM ; Valérie DesRoches, Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc.; Bruno Turcotte, La Capitale groupe financier inc.; Ryan Zamestrieus, Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP ; Jocelyne Leroux, Aéroports de Montréal ; Mario Poirier, Conseillers immobiliers GWL  and president of BOMA Québec. 

The program consists of five levels – Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Certified. Such certification and an intuitive brand image means that the occupants of certified buildings can count on quality environmental practices and management. The program is constantly evolving, and on October 1, 2016 a new version of the questionnaire was launched. The new, completely revamped questionnaire is on a brand new digital platform that is more flexible, more user-friendly and customizable. It also has new supplemental evaluation protocols. These include BOMA BEST® for sustainable workplaces based on tenant activities, and a new resilience measuring tool to evaluate a building's vulnerability to extreme weather events.

About BOMA Quebec
BOMA Quebec ( is the province's largest association of commercial property owners and managers, and its members own or manage 85% of Class A office buildings in Quebec. A leader in the field since its inception in 1927, through the services it offers BOMA Quebec has developed standards of excellence in real estate management whose goal is to increase the value of property assets. For BOMA Quebec, those assets include not only the material aspects of a building but also immaterial aspects such as the quality of the management team, as well as a building's tenant profile and architectural style.


For more information:

Marie-Claude Fontaine                                                               
BOMA BEST® Coordinator
BOMA Quebec                                                                          
514 282-3826, ext. 2007


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