BOMA San Francisco leaders, Marty Smith, Chair and Justin Sacco, Vice Chair have been working with the members of BOMA's Government Affairs Committee to represent your interests.
Recently, the group met with Mohammed Nuru, Director of the San Francisco Department of Public Works (SFDPW). Here is a brief summary (with a link to his presentation, below) for your edification:
Mohammed Nuru serves as director of the San Francisco Public Works, where he oversees one of the City’s largest and most complex operations with a 1,200-member work force and a $223 million annual operating budget. The department's active capital project portfolio exceeds $3 billion.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee and City Administrator Naomi Kelly appointed him to the top Public Works’ post in August 2011. Prior to that, he served 11 years as the deputy director for operations.
Director Nuru manages and directs the department’s four divisions: operations, engineering, architecture and administration. Public Works’ responsibilities range from construction management, bridge design and sidewalk inspections to graffiti removal, street tree care and sewer repair. His maxim: Get it done.
- Cleans and resurfaces streets;
- Plants and maintains trees;
- Constructs, manages and designs facilities;
- Graffiti mitigation;
- Grants and enforces permits;
- Inspects streets and sidewalks;
- And so much more!