Bank of America Plaza in downtown St. Louis has been officially designated a BOMA 360 Performance Building by BOMA International, according to the building’s manager, JLL.
The BOMA 360 designation recognizes commercial properties that demonstrate best practices in all aspects of management and operations: life safety, security and risk management, training and education, energy management, sustainability practices, and tenant and community relations. Only those buildings that satisfy the requirements in all six categories are awarded the designation.
According to BOMA’s website, earning the 360 Performance designation demonstrates that a building is outperforming the competition in all areas of operation and management. Only 1,700 BOMA 360 designations have been awarded to commercial properties throughout the entire U.S., and five buildings in St. Louis have earned the recognition.
Amy Hanafin, vice president at JLL and general manager of the Bank of America Building, said, “We are honored to have a JLL managed property earn the distinction of being BOMA 360 Performance certified. Knowing the best practices we’ve worked so hard to implement at the building have resulted in this recognition gives us a true sense of pride and, more importantly, adds a tremendous value for our client and their tenants.”