BOMA International elects Scott Bennion as Vice Chair of the Nominating Committee

BOMA Utah’s President, Scott Bennion of Riverpark Development was elected as Vice Chair of BOMA International’s Nominating Committee.  The Committee is responsible to identify, encourage and select candidates for Officer and Executive Committee of the Board of Governors positions, as specified in the BOMA International bylaws, for recommendation to the Board of Governors.

Mr. Bennion has served on the BOMA International Nominating Committee for two (2) years and represents the Pacific Northwest Region.  The Region consists of BOMA Locals from Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Utah. 


Proposed City Energy Ordinance Misses the Mark
By Scott Bennion

Sometimes even the best of intentions can lead us astray. That’s certainly the case with the Salt Lake City’s proposed Mandatory Building Benchmarking and Transparency Ordinance, currently under consideration by the city council. Energy benchmarking has the potential to be a true “win-win” issue for the city government and for the local business community, but not under the current language of the proposed ordinance, which has already had to be amended to address extensive concerns.



Scott Bennion, Senior Property/Asset Manager for Riverpark Development and BOMA Utah President was re-elected to the BOMA International Regional Nominating Committee for another two year term. This Committee is one of the most important committee roles at BOMA International, as they recommend the future officers and other leaders of the association.


BOMA Utah Doing Its Part For a Cleaner, Healthier Utah.  

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (June 8, 2017) – The Building Owners & Managers Association of Utah (BOMA Utah) has been working diligently to positively impact efforts to increase energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability among owners and managers of commercial buildings throughout the State of Utah.  While commenting on the Utah Division of Air Quality’s statistic that, “Air pollution emissions from commercial buildings only makes up 3.9% of the total on the Wasatch Front on a typical winter day”, BOMA Utah Executive Director, Shelli Menegos, stated, “We understand commercial buildings are a minute contributor to air pollution in Utah, however, we still can make a difference and do our part.”


Utah Business Coalition Presents 44 “Legislative Business Champion” Awards to Utah Legislators

The Utah Business Coalition, in which the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA Utah) is a part of, presented forty-four Legislators with the “Legislative Business Champions” awards. The Utah Business Coalition was formally organized to protect and promote business friendly policies and candidates throughout the state of Utah. The Coalition is made up of 40 businesses and business associations across a broad spectrum of Utah’s business economy.

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