Monday, February 7, 2011

BOMA Chair Ray Mackey Cited in White House Blog Post on President Obama’s new Better Buildings Initiative

BOMA San Francisco Members:

BOMA International Chair Ray H. Mackey, Jr., was cited in a White House blog post on President Obama's new Better Building Initiative:
We applaud President Obama’s new energy policy to improve energy efficiency in commercial, multi-family and institutional buildings. The initiative includes the critical business incentives, such as the commercial building tax credit and loan guarantees, that are key to meeting the energy efficiency goals of the plan. BOMA International has been a leader in energy efficiency for years, launching the 7-Point Challenge in 2007 which asked members to reduce energy consumption by 30% by 2012.

About Ray H. Mackey, Jr.

In his position as chief operating officer at Stream Realty, Ray Mackey has helped to grow Stream’s leasing and management portfolio from 750,000 square feet of commercial space to more than 60 million square feet in six major markets throughout the Southwest, Southeast and West Coast areas. Before joining Stream Realty in 1999, Mackey worked for Trammell Crow Company, Rostland Property Management Company, Texas Instruments and served with the United States Air Force.

Mackey has been a BOMA member since 1984. He has served as president of Dallas BOMA, director of the Texas BOMA Board of Directors and president of Texas BOMA. He has been active in numerous committees at BOMA International, chairing the Education Committee, the Education Advisory Council, the Nominating Committee, the Reinventing Major Meetings Task Force and the BOMA 360 Performance Program Council. He has also served two terms on the BOMA International Executive Committee.

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