buildee Exhibiting at 2023 BOMA International Conference 6/24 - 6/27

June 23, 2023

Stop by Booth 339 to Learn How buildee can Help You Cost Effectively Decarbonize Your Buildings

We are excited to share that we’ll be exhibiting at the 2023 BOMA International Conference and Expo — and we’d love you for you to join us. Stop by booth #339 to learn about our latest product release which enables continuous Portfolio Improvement. Set Sustainability, Carbon, and Cost Reduction targets and then map identified energy efficiency actions to those targets to determine the most cost effective actions to take. Or, we can meet in the Networking Zone nearby.

This event brings the next big trends in commercial real estate to life, delivering the products, insights and connections that can advance your career and keep your properties competitive. With access to more than 300 companies and specialty areas like the Technology Pavilion and Solutions Showcase in the exhibit hall, plus 40+ education sessions and special events like the TOBY® Awards, you’ll find everything you need to stay ahead in our evolving industry.

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You can register today at and visit the website for Expo hours and more information. We hope to see you in Kansas City, June 24-27!

buildee® is a SaaS-based energy efficiency platform used to easily analyze, benchmark, and prioritize energy saving and decarbonization opportunities more quickly, less expensively, and with better results for commercial and multi-family portfolio owners.  buildee® makes ESG and compliance reporting actionable by streamlining data collection of energy consuming equipment without costly control or monitoring systems, and leveraging our analysis engine to identify and prioritize energy efficiency opportunities based on key financial and carbon reduction metrics. The result is a holistic portfolio-wide and building level view to property owners and managers that assist in coordinated collaboration on efficiency opportunities that improve NOI and building value while reducing carbon emissions.