Our enterprise-wide approach to technology enhances integration, optimizes technology use, and maximizes budgets to help building technology deliver business outcomes.
Save energy, reduce maintenance spend, and increase productivity.
Avoids unnecessary duplication of systems, and cuts operational and utility expenses.
Single source of accountability for the coordination, implementation, installation, and service of all technology systems.
Constructing a smart building that meets energy, technology, and operational objectives depends on early collaboration between the owner and the design and construction teams. With Johnson Controls’ Technology Contracting, the building is created not as a collection of systems, but as a functional whole: conceived, designed, and delivered with the desired outcomes in mind. We act as a single point of responsibility for the design, integration, installation, and service of the building’s technology.
Involving the technology contractor early ensures that overall building architecture and systems are mutually supportive. The process results in mechanical and electrical systems that are efficient, optimized, and future ready. With our technology convergence approach, building, business, and vertical market systems can be managed on a unified, intelligent infrastructure.