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Workshop on Capital Improvement Planning

ESD Senior Project Managers Jennifer Jutton and Jose Orta are gearing up to present at the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Suburban Chicago series of half-day workshops focused on managing and budgeting for capital improvements.

As part of its Capital Improvement Series, BOMA will present three half-day in-person workshops in June. “Building a Path to Construction Success” will help commercial real estate professionals learn to better manage, budget, and plan for capital improvement projects.

BOMA/Suburban Chicago says it strives to serve real estate professionals working in the commercial real estate industry through effective leadership, advocacy, education, professional development, and the analysis of information affecting the industry today and in the future.

Jennifer Jutton and Jose Orta actively support professional organizations like BOMA as part of our mission to improve society through the built environment.

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