Siemens is uniquely prepared to support the needs of Federal Government Agencies as well as state and municipal facilities through our breadth of innovative facility management solutions.Through our network of over 120 field offices in the US, the Building Technologies division of Siemens provides solutions for federal, state and municipal projects; from design and financing through construction and on-going technical support.Our solutions allow facility, capital and technology improvements to be made often within existing budgets and with funding made possible by guaranteed savings through operating and energy costs.Our local experts are knowledgeable about private-sector funding as well as local and state building and renovation codes. Through our performance-based solutions, facility, capital and technology improvements can be made within existing budgets throughout the lifecycle of your facilities.
The Laboratory Solutions are designed to help hospital labs ensure the quality of research/testing, achieve energy efficient laboratory operations, meet applicable regulatory requirements, and provide a safe and healthy work environment. Siemens lab solutions can be integrated into your hospital building automation system allowing you to minimize operational costs through monitoring and control of environmental, equipment and utility conditions. As a complete solution provider, we offer our expertise in building automation, security systems, energy services and solutions, mechanical system services, fire safety and system integration. We have building system hospital solutions for patient care areas, professional ancillary areas, support operations, building system infrastructure, and regulatory/accreditation compliance.
Our performance-based solutions help university laboratories and educational facilities as a whole escape the costly spiral of deferred maintenance. Funding of new, efficient systems is made possible through the resulting energy and operating savings guaranteed by Siemens. Improvements can be made within existing budgets and savings realized can fund new programs and enhance the educational environment.