In 2022, Shorenstein property Fountainhead Heights was designated as a BOMA 360 Performance designee. The BOMA 360 Performance program, sponsored by BOMA International, evaluates buildings against industry best practices in six areas: building operations and management, life safety/security and risk management, training and education, energy, environmental sustainability, and tenant relations and community involvement.

The prestigious BOMA 360 label demonstrates that Fountainhead Heights is outperforming other offices across operations and management. Property Manager Emily Mehta, notes that the program helped Fountainhead achieve operational efficiencies as well as higher levels of tenant satisfaction. Our building engineers Tom Evans, Henry Corado, and Jeff Potts are also integral to the property’s success in achieving this award.

Mehta, who also serves on her local BOMA chapter’s Program committee, integrated past experience and feedback from the Shorenstein ESG team in order to apply for the award. Submitting both properties on the Fountainhead campus, Mehta successfully ensured the three-year designation for the entirety of Shorenstein’s campus. This designation shows the campus’ commitment to the aforementioned six credit categories to stakeholders including tenants, property staff, and potential future tenants.

A larger benefit of Mehta’s and Fountainhead’s BOMA 360 designation is that Mehta can leverage her experience to other properties in the portfolio that may be interested in this designation. This can eventually result in time savings and knowledge-sharing opportunities for both Mehta and other Shorenstein properties.

In addition to the BOMA 360 award designation, in 2022 Fountainhead was awarded LEED Certification, a WELL Health-Safety Rating, and ENERGY STAR certification.

Fountainhead property staff participated in the BOMA Greater Phoenix AirClimb (a one-mile stair climb challenge around Sun Devil Stadium) and Pre-Turkey Trot charitable opportunities – raising over $4,000 for the American Lung Association and Ryan House, which provides support and services to children experiencing unique life-limiting and end-of life journeys.

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