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Choosing a Qualified MEP Engineer

Choosing a Qualified MEP Engineer

When your new project requires an experienced Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) engineer, the last thing you want to do is hand it off to a firm that doesn’t specialize in your industry or listen to your needs. You shouldn’t have to waste time finding an engineering expert for your design solution. Your projects deserve…

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Facility Dashboard Data

Predictive Analytics + Maintenance

How Predictive Data Analytics Prove Reliable Facility Operations In a perfect world, a Facility Director or Manager can focus on proactive operations and maintenance within their buildings. But more often than not, they are busy and it is difficult to prioritize issues with little to no visibility. Their typical day consists of juggling numerous equipment…

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Project OPR

Owner’s Project Requirements

The Power of an Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) How an OPR Provides Accountability and Clarifies Expectations A clearly defined and agreed upon Owner’s Project Requirements refines expectations and creates accountability. Launching a new building project could be compared to taking a road trip. The bags are packed and the vehicle is loaded and fueled. All passengers…

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What is a Feasibility Study?

How to be Certain a Building Infrastructure Renovation can be Accomplished When an old building needs to be repurposed, how can a team validate and verify the infrastructure can support the remodel? What if a renovation challenging enough to question the integrity of the building is being considered? For example, transitioning a three-story office space…

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How Can Building Information Modeling (BIM) Save Time and Money?

What is Building Information Modeling (BIM) and how does it work? BIM is a 3-D model of a building and the utilization of the model for architectural and building trades coordination.  A recent Case Study revealed how BIM saved a new hospital construction in Michigan over $5M. This 2-minute video gives a brief definition of…

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Teambuilding and Camaraderie at Synergy

Camaraderie is one of Synergy’s Core Values and one way we cultivate that belief is through teambuilding. Though the pandemic has made this challenging, we press on with virtual summits, virtual happy hours, and regional-based events. Watch this video with our Tampa-based team who recently went to a Smash Room together. Click here more information…

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5 Tips to Improve Facility Training

Why is facility training so difficult? And why is it challenging to take occupancy of a new building and maintain it properly? A better approach to owner training may be the solution. If your current methods for facility training leave you scratching your head, join qualified Commissioning Process Provider (QCxP), Darren Oliveri, as he shares…

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Does Facility Commissioning Cost Too Much?

What’s the Return on Investment (ROI) for facility commissioning? The Building Commissioning study done by Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory in 2009 outlines some opportunities for Reducing Energy Costs and Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Watch this 2-minute video with our Facility Performance Team Leader, Darren Oliveri, as he explains how comprehensive commissioning will benefit the building, facility…

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How to Reduce Alarm Fatigue

How to Reduce Alarm Fatigue

Does Alarm Fatigue have you on constant alert? What if you could quickly move to proactive facility operations while reducing alarm fatigue? Facility Managers share the common problem with thinking they need to react in their Operations and Maintenance (O&M) activities. Facility Teams are familiar with the standard alarming that Building Automation Systems (BAS) provide.…

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COVID Funds for facilities

How to Apply COVID Relief Funds Toward a Healthier Facility

3 Steps to Improve the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) for Your Facility COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the way facilities are operated. The pressure is heavy to maintain a healthy building in order to keep occupants safe while still functioning within the constraints of your infrastructure. There is fear of overventilation that blows the energy…

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