Data centers: three must-do strategies to accelerate deployment


Facility managers and decision-makers generally place a heavy focus on interior components during data center design and construction. Opting for custom-designed engineered buildings and applying a continuous improvement strategy when constructing the shell can result in improved project schedules, costs and outcomes. This approach helps businesses think through key decisions throughout initial planning stages, an important competitive advantage.

From Renovations to Roofing, Morton Buildings Can Help Your Building Look New Again


Morton Buildings has cultivated a legacy of excellence, versatility and innovation since its inception in 1903. Thanks to that century’s worth of experience, Morton has become the leader in custom timber-frame construction, with a rich history of building new facilities in numerous industries, such as restaurants, offices, retail spaces, wineries, churches, veterinary clinics, banks, warehouses, and wind farms. 

Connectrac Corporate Solutions: Paganini Electric Corporation


Paul Ornelas, Service Manager for Paganini Electric Corporation in San Francisco, CA, had a project where traditional cable management solutions such as core drilling and the use of floor monuments were not a viable solution. “There were a lot of problems we had with coring and monuments and all the steps that go along with it,” said Ornelas. He found an opportunity for change when he researched online and quickly came upon the Connectrac Wireway website.

Connectrac Corporate Solutions: Cincinnati Children's Hospital


At around 445,000 square feet, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital’s new Research Tower created a variety of A/V Meeting Rooms able to seat and accommodate as many as 30 people. Each meeting room moved away from the standard projector set-up by using flat-panel, wall-mounted displays, along with conference phones and personalized Crestron Flip-Tops placed on top of every conference tables. The Crestron Flip-Tops bring controls for lighting and video inputs to a touch screen

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