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The Building Owners and Managers Association of the Philippines (BOMAP) helps members ensure tenants’ satisfaction, maximize profits, and enhance asset values for building owners and investors through market intelligence, education, networking, and government advocacy.

BOMAP’s goal is to actively and responsibly represent and promote the interests of the property management and commercial real estate industry through the collection, analysis and dissemination of information, and through professional development.

International Affiliate Member of
Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International, U.S.A.


We are committed to the upliftment of the property management profession by providing our members with the gateway towards total personal, moral and professional growth.

By infusing the values of Loyalty, Professionalism, Service Excellence and Social Involvement, we will transform this mission into a way of life.

We will grow to be one of the most prestigious associations that can effectively satisfy the growing demands of all business sectors in need of property management.

Finally, we fully dedicate ourselves to the enhancement of our members as they are our most important strength.
  • To provide members with an active network, and resources for information, communication, representation and education;
  • To enable members to meet, share ideas and advance the quality and influence of the building management industry to practitioners;
  • To foster the opening of new avenues, employment opportunities, referrals and placement of members for local and overseas market potential of the country’s property managers;
  • To cooperate with individual practitioners, entities, foundations, institutions, and agencies, governmental or otherwise, in such work and activities leading to the improvement and progress of the Philippines, wherever and whenever the field of building and property management has been, is and will be involved;
  • To sponsor seminars, workshops, lectures, symposiums, conventions and in-service training of all disciplines, professions and trades that will open new knowledge or skills to members;
  • To encourage and propagate the development of quality building and property management by assisting in the development of relevant theory, practices and their environment, conduct an interchange of studies and information among practitioners, bodies, and agencies and publications indexing and dissemination of such information;
  • To furnish, maintain and operate information that will provide interested members with the fullest opportunity for observation and gathering data and progress of members in the country in all aspects of property management;
  • To act as the advocacy body for the building and property management sector to have a powerful voice in government and legislative issues that impact our industry.


BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) International was founded in 1907 as the National Association of Building Owners and Managers. The Association assumed its present name in 1658 as it broadened its reach to include Canada and other affiliates around the globe. Today, BOMA International represents nearly 100 North American and nine overseas affiliates in Australia, Brazil, Finland, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and South Africa.

BOMA Philippines was organized on October 1994 and expanded its membership from a tiny group of fifteen (15) to more than 200 property and facility management practitioners of different buildings managed by either a contracted property management firm such as Century Properties Management, Inc., Jaka Property Development & Management Corporation, CB Richard Ellis, Cuervo Far East, First Pacific Davies, Megaworld, Progressive Development Corporation, Collier Jardines, etc., or in-house building management such as Meralco, Central Bank, Globe Telecom Plaza, The World Center, PNOC, Export Bank Plaza, and Jollibee, to name a few.

BOMA Philippines members are building owners and managers, developers, leasing professionals, medical office building managers, corporate facility managers, asset managers, and those providers of products and services needed to operate buildings and its properties.

BOMA Philippines through its mother association is a primary source of information on office building management, leasing, and building operating costs, energy consumption patterns, international building codes, legislations, occupancy statistics and technological developments.

Collectively, BOMA Philippines have direct affiliation and/or tie-up with different associations in the promotion of facility and property management:

  • Safety Organization of the Philippines (SPOI)
  • Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME)
  • Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers (IIEE)
  • United Architects of the Philippines
  • Maintenance Association of the Philippines (MAPHIL)
  • Hotel Engineers Association of the Philippines (HEAP)
  • Building Industry Consulting Service, Philippines, Inc. (BISCP)
  • Society of Philippine Electrical Contractors and Suppliers, Inc. (SPECS)
  • International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC)


BOMAP is one of building and property management associations at the local level that:

  • Provides a network of over 200 members in the Greater Manila Area, which consists of property management professionals, asset managers, development owners, corporate facility managers, leasing professionals, senior managers, and a variety of companies that provide a product or service to the commercial real estate industry.
  • Offers members the opportunity, at monthly general meetings, to interact with prominent leaders within the industry or from associated industries or government, who have an impact on the property management industry.
  • Maintains high professional standards for members by attending continuous learning through seminars and education programs and those offered by BOMA Institute through international classes and study groups.
  • Provides publications on industry standards and issues.
  • Provides a forum to resolve mutual problems through the exchange of ideas and assemblies.
  • Enhances business development.
  • Others as written in the objectives of the Association.


BOMAP is currently governed by its distinguished 2007 – 2009 elected officers namely:

  • EDUARDO A. MANAHAN
  • Chairperson
  • Servika Phils. Inc., Garden Heights Condominium
  •  
  • ERLO D. BORNALES
  • Vice President – Internal
  • Araneta Center, Inc.
  •  
  • GIL S. SADIAN
  • Corporate Secretary
  • Cocolife Building
  •  
  • ALLAN REY L. PONCE
  • Treasurer
  • Philippine National Oil Co.
  •  
  • GERARDO J. CASUGA JR.
  • Governor
  •  
  • PRESCILA V. DE GUZMAN
  • Governor
  •  
  • MELHOR F. RAFAEL
  • Governor
  •  
  • PHILIP L. TAN
  • Governor
  • OSCAR U. CADAG
  • President
  • Antel Sea View Towers
  •  
  • RAYNALD N. BAMBA
  • Vic President – External
  • Consultant
  •  
  • ARMANDO M. ADAME
  • Asst. Corporate Secretary
  • Globe Telecom
  •  
  • ANGELINO C. TESORO
  • Auditor
  • Country Space 1 Condo.
  •  
  • BERNARDO D. DELA CRUZ, JR.
  • Governor
  •  
  • NORMITA M. LOPEZ
  • Governor
  •  
  • CLOYD D. SALAMAT
  • Governor


If you would like to know more about us and be part of our advocacy, you may visit us at our office.


BOMAP is at:

Pacific Star Builidng Sen. Gil Puyat Extension
corner Makati Avenue Makati City, Philippines



You may also reach us through the following:

Phone/Fax: +63 (2) 819-724 to 52 local 8223
Email: secretariat@bomap.ph