For Smart Buildings

Smart Buildings

In our network-connected, digital economy, there is no longer a separation between physical and digital environments. A smart building uses an integrated set of technology, systems, and infrastructure to optimize building performance and occupant experience. With Internet of Things (IoT) devices now outnumbering the world’s population, buildings should provide integrated, technology-based services that deliver immersive experiences to its users and connect these experiences with the surrounding community at large.   

Smart buildings also deliver increased value to owners by creating multi-faceted competitive advantages that attract higher-value occupants, improve an organization’s industry and community reputation, and foster regional innovation and economic growth. By delivering building occupants personalized, responsive experiences, owners will increase engagement and retention across all industry verticals. 

LEDG’s smart building services help architects, real estate executives, and building owners in their journey to create modern, connected facilities. Our services include:

CONSULTING

  • Capacity evaluation to support digital buildings, IoT, and surrounding environments 

  • Network infrastructure master planning

  • Technology systems selection for the built environment 

  • Smart building certification  preparation and project management 

  • Roadmap to Smart Buildings consultation 

    • Define occupant experience goals
    • Define building performance goals
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Identify and select systems, technology, and infrastructure that can deliver requirements
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Develop system integration specifications and protocols for creating a seamless experience

DESIGN & ENGINEERING

  • Smart building technology systems  

  • Structured cabling 

  • Wireless  

  • Low voltage systems

  • Audio Visual

  • LED lighting & controls

  • Electronic security

  • Digital signage

  • Wayfinding

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION

  • Interoperability preparation

  • Mapping and communication protocols

  • User interface identification and requirements

  • Architecture diagrams