Wellington Management, Inc.

Managing the day-to-day, physical requirements of hundreds of buildings in different locations, while relying upon a small army of outside contractors, is tricky business. It requires exacting coordination, consistency, accountability, and speed. After all, business tenants will complain if a faltering air conditioning unit disrupts an important meeting. Plumbing leaks in an outpatient medical unit [...]

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Waterfront Station

Estate company, Cushman & Wakefield property management, and the office tenant, the District of Columbia Government, to improve tenant comfort, space-conditioning operations, and energy efficiency management of two eight-story office buildings in the complex— Waterfront East (340,000 sq. ft. / 31,587 sq. m.) and Waterfront West (295,000 sq. ft. / 27,406 sq. m.). Given the [...]

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Building Energy Intelligence Vista Peak High School

Vista Peak High School, located in Aurora, Colorado, was commissioned in 2011 as a LEED Gold Certified building. The two-story, 216,000 sq. ft. high school serves a very diverse community just east of Denver. The District’s 40,000 students represent immigrant families from over 131 different countries and proudly ranks second highest in the State for [...]

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Pilot Test at a Sydney Shopping Mall

The shopping mall encompasses a little over 40,000 square meters (about 470,000 sq. ft.) of retail and office space, and is roughly divided into two major zones, A and B. Zone A was undergoing significant reconstruction, involving too much physical movement for accurate testing. Zone B was a more viable candidate. It was physically stable [...]

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St. John of God Hospital

Located in the suburbs of Perth, Australia, St. John of God Murdoch is a 537-bed private hospital that provides comprehensive medical services for Western Australia. Established in 1994, the Murdoch facility doubled its capacity in 2014, adding 174 new beds, eight new operating theatres, a cancer center, and a multi-story medical center. This completed phase [...]

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Idaho K-12 Schools

Lawmakers in the state of Idaho took advantage of federal funding made available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—more commonly called the 2009 Federal Stimulus—to improve the energy efficiency of the state’s school buildings. Over $17 million was allocated to the 116 school districts in Idaho with the objective of improving energy efficiency in [...]

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High-Performance Building

The owners of a relatively new, high-performance office building in Australia invited BuildingIQ to test its Predictive Energy Optimization™ (PEO) cloudbased solution on the building to determine if further improvements in energy efficiency were possible. The 15,000 square meter (150,000 sq.ft.) building already had a five-star NABERS energy efficiency rating, but was designed without considerable [...]

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Prominent University in the State of Florida

The Visual and Verbal Arts building of a university in Florida was recently selected to serve as a test site for BuildingIQ’s Automated Demand Response (ADR) capabilities. The 30,476 sq.ft. building underwent a major renovation in 2015 that included reconfiguration of the interior space and the HVAC system. As part of a collaboration with the [...]

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Iconic Automobile Club

An icon of the automobile age —going back to the early days of the Model A competing with horse drawn carriages on unpaved roads, and now a modern, non-profit, membershipbased organization offering insurance, roadside assistance, and tourism-related services— and with offices throughout the Western United States selected Facility Worksite to manage work order maintenance requests. [...]

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Managed Services at the UCLA Student Union

The Student Union at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) is one of the largest student unions in the world. The two adjoining buildings, comprising more than 200,000 square feet of retail, meeting, and administrative space, are owned and operated by the Associated Students of UCLA. ASUCLA was uniquely established in 1919, when UCLA [...]

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We are delighted to announce that our Company “PBO Technical Services LLC (Known also as PBOTech)” created a brand called TECDATA. Please refer below for our new brand/logo

The new brand name will better reflect the updated vision and growth strategy for the Company going forward.

The Company has built its reputation over a multitude of different Projects for over more than 10 years. The Company’s brand name and ambition may be different, but our echoes for service delivery and industry leading expertize remains.

With the leadership & expertise of the Managing Director/Managing Partners, and with the continual support of all the employees, the Company will continue to deliver improvised services and products to our Clients to achieve maximum Client satisfaction.

As a result, our email address shall change to the domain@TECDATA.ae and our home page shall become www.TECDATA.ae

The Trade License number 663393 with the Department of Economic Development, Dubai remains unchanged.

Your continued cooperation and support is highly appreciated.

TECDATA Management