New Buildings Incorporate More Technology

February 24, 2014

Omaha, NE — According to local engineers “value-added technology is starting to make inroads into the local market”. Up until now, up-front costs have largely been the deterrent for implementing the latest technology and features. However, it seems that building owners are no longer just looking for the cheapest but rather focusing on the life cycle of certain options and looking at environmentally conscious choices. Some of the features engineers and building owners are implementing more often now include: low-voltage lighting systems, motion sensors, variant refrigerant flow, and system management by electronic devices (smart phones & tablets). Look around the next time you are in a newly constructed building and take notice of how “smart” the system is in the building!

Reference: Midlands Business Journal – February 21, 2014