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Building Technology Assessments

A Building Technology Assessment (BTA) can help you leverage the power of technology to improve building efficiency and security, attract quality tenants, and increase revenue at your site. The intersection of commercial real estate and technology—from connectivity and cellular coverage, to digital signage and security systems, to rooftop telecom and more—is a growing concern for building owners. Partner’s building technology team can provide objective, comprehensive assessments to help you evaluate and manage the digital systems within your buildings and implement technology strategies to support your business objectives.

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What's Involved

Partner can tailor the scope of your Building Technology Assessment (BTA) to suit your needs, including:

  • Rooftop Revenue Potential
    • Demand for Telecom Tenants/Telecom Leasing Evaluation
    • Solar for Rooftop
    • Implementation of Rooftop Tech Strategies
  • Information Technology Assessment
    • Low Voltage Systems
    • Internet Connectivity
    • Cell Coverage
    • Cyber Security
    • Fiber Optics
    • Digital Signage
  • Operational Technology Assessment
    • Building Technology Ratings
    • Internet of Things
    • Building Control System
    • Building Management/Automation System
    • Digital Mapping and Imagery
    • Space Planning
    • Public Safety
    • Destination Access Elevators

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Frequently Asked Questions

Various systems are evaluated, including HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), lighting, insulation, windows, and renewable energy sources like solar panels.

Once the assessment is done, recommendations are provided to improve the building’s energy efficiency and sustainability. These recommendations can include upgrading systems, installing energy-efficient equipment, or implementing renewable energy solutions.

The process usually includes:

Initial consultation: Discussing your needs and goals for the assessment.
Data gathering: Reviewing existing documentation and conducting a site visit.
Analysis and reporting: Identifying findings, recommendations, and potential cost savings.
Implementation planning: Collaborating with you to develop a roadmap for implementing improvements.

It’s recommended to conduct a BTA periodically, especially when significant changes are made to the building or its systems. However, it depends on factors like the age of the building and any recent renovations.

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