Technology-Ready Building Management Services

Technology-Ready Building Management Services

Make Your Building Smart Enough To Satisfy the Demands of Technology-Intensive Tenants

When businesses consider new office space, many seek out buildings that can support technology-intensive operations, an array of IT service providers, and stringent requirements for data security and business continuity.

Financial companies, law firms, medical offices, real estate firms, and many other businesses now require robust, resilient data and telecommunications services. Technology has become a decisive factor in attracting and retaining these tenants.

RGTS has three decades of experience helping building owners and managers secure the diverse technology services, protected building infrastructure, and knowledgeable supervision essential to:

  • Attract and retain tenants with demanding technology requirements
  • Command premium lease rates
  • Provide fair and ready access to diverse technology services and vendors for all tenants
  • Safeguard the building’s infrastructure and access to future technology service expansions
  • Protect building occupants and owners from the fire-safety hazards of abandoned and unidentified technology cabling

RGTS’s Building Technology Management Services ensure smart building operations to satisfy the diverse technology demands of tenants, while protecting infrastructure and minimizing costs for the building owner.

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Diversity and redundancy — in service providers and the connection paths used to reach each tenant — are essential to a Technology-Ready Building. A well-equipped building provides redundant, physically remote connection paths to protect technology services from single points of failure.

RGTS can modify an existing building or assist with new building design to provide:

  • Diverse points of entry so that tenants are not dependent on a single carrier or cable for communications services.
  • Dual riser shafts on each floor to offer tenants the backup protection of redundant service paths.
  • Fiber-optic cables in riser shafts to support tenants as their bandwidth needs grow.
  • Multiple access points — from the roof as well as from underground — to ensure further redundancy.