BOMA BEST Certified Buildings in Manitoba

BEST stands for Building Environmental Standards, and BEST-certified buildings lead the way in energy and water conservation, waste reduction, indoor air quality, and operational best practices.

There are currently more than 1,800 buildings certified BOMA BEST, making it Canada’s leading environmental certification program for commercial buildings. With nearly 50 buildings certified in our province at any one time (and more to come) BOMA Manitoba is proud to contribute to this worthwhile initiative.

Visit to learn more about the program, download the application guide or apply now.

Need Some Help with your BOMA BEST Submission?

We have several BOMA member firms that can provide expert advice and support for your efforts to achieve BOMA BEST certifications in your buildings.  Please feel free to reach out to one of our BOMA members to find out how they can assist:

Demand Side Energy Consultants
Alex Fleming, Principal
(204) 452-2098

Pinchin Environmental
Don Stefanchuk, Executive Vice President
(204) 452-0983

SMS Engineering
Scott Hammond, Partner
(204) 775-0291

BOMA BEST Version 3.0 : Now Here!

Click here for more information about BOMA BEST Version 3.0

BOMA BEST Version 3.0 FAQ

BOMA BEST Sustainable Workplaces

Click here for more information about the Sustainable Workplaces Program

BOMA BEST Energy and Environment Report

The 2014 BOMA BEST Energy and Environmental Report is now available. This is a full report showcasing the state of BOMA BEST certified buildings in Canada and includes more than 80 figure comparions on energy, water, waste consumption, and more.

Download the report here.

BOMA BEST Profiles

BOMA BEST Profiles feature Winnipeg buildings that are engaged in environmental management and practice.

Cadillac Fairview

Great-West Life

St. Vital Centre

Royal Bank Building

BOMA Seminar Presentation – ‘BOMA BEST and LEED EB:O&M, an Informative Comparison’

Presenter: Curtis Loblick (P.Eng) and Nick Gilbert (P.Eng) of Stantec Consulting

Click here to view the presentation.