What is a Building Envelope? And why does it matter? How do you keep water out, eliminating leaks in your building, and ensure the building remains structurally safe? Understanding the building envelope is one of the key components of operating a building that often gets overlooked. Join us for our next Career Success Workshop and learn the importance of proactive maintenance, how to select the appropriate contractor, consultant and how to develop the appropriate capital budget for the work.
Annie K. Lo, AIA, REWC, LEED AP
Managing Director and Principal at Walter P Moore and Associates, Inc.
Annie is a Principal and Managing Director of the Diagnostics Group of Walter P Moore in San Francisco. She is a licensed Architect in seven states and is a Building Enclosure Consultant and waterproofing expert. Annie leads Walter P Moore’s West Coast Team in their evaluation of façade systems, plaza and podium assemblies, below-grade waterproofing, and roofing systems. She is President of the Western Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology (APT), is on the Board of Directors for the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) Northern California Chapter and is Co-chair of the Retrofit Committee for the Rainscreen Association in North America (RAiNA). Annie graduated with degrees in Architecture from Columbia University in New York and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She is also a LEED Accredited Professional and a Registered Exterior Wall Consultant (REWC) credentialed by the International Institute of Building Enclosure Consultants (IIBEC).
Evan Shen, AIA, Owner & Lead Estimator
Urban Waterproofing, Inc.
After graduating from UC Berkeley with a degree in Architecture, Evan served for many years as a consultant in building envelope design and restoration before joining Urban Waterproofing in 2009. Evan is a licensed Architect in the state of California. His architectural background has proven invaluable for his current position at Urban Waterproofing as well as the waterproofing community. He has authored technical publications on curtain wall waterproofing and presented case studies on high-rise waterproofing & restoration for the SWR Institute and the International Concrete Repair Institute.
Tawni Sullivan is a veteran of over 30+ years in the Commercial Real Estate industry. She is a strategic thinker, while driving the mission of an organization for exceptional outcomes. Tawni is an inspirational leader, helping others extend their thinking, and able to drive material business advantages. She supports a culture that fosters collaboration, engaging a Leadership team to inspire people to do their best work, and then ensuring everyone has the tools and training to gain successful results. Her responsibilities to an organization also include mitigating risk and ensuring a monetary return. Past experience has included Alexandria Real Estate Equities. Prior to joining ARE, Tawni served as the Associate Managing Director - Asset Services at CBRE, and prior, as the Vice President of CAC Real Estate Management Co., Inc.
Tawni dedicates her time as the Chair of CREATE, an alliance with NAIOP, IREM, and BOMA Oakland East Bay which is committed to developing a workforce for the future of Commercial Real Estate. She also dedicates time on the board of TMASF, which is working to keep commuting alternatives at the forefront.
June 29, 2023
11:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Check-In & Lunch
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. | Program
This workshop is complimentary, so register today and improve your industry knowledge.
This event is designed for BOMA Emerging Professionals - individuals in the early stages (0-7 years) of their commercial real estate careers that are looking for exposure to the skill sets necessary to excel and to the career paths available in this industry.