Headquartered in New York City, Building Intelligence provides cloud-based software solutions for the management of visitors, vehicles and vendors.
CEO, Jeffrey C. Friedman, has served as an expert in security deployments in many high-profile buildings throughout New York City including Hudson Yards, Time Warner Center, and the World Trade Center Campus.
This Schneps Media podcast features Jeff’s thoughts about managing the safety and security of employees, visitors, vehicles, and vendors as office traffic picks back up.
There have been major disruptions in recent years that promise to change the very nature of work. From the ongoing shifts caused by the COVID19 pandemic, the impacts caused by automation, and other possible disruptions to the status quo, many wonder what the future holds in terms of employment.
A New York City-based company is offering a software solution to the gridlock on New York City’s streets now that more people are back on the roads and more deliveries are being made to storefronts.
Our CEO Jeffrey C. Friedman shares his thoughts about how offices are used and occupied these days, and in return, we must shift how we commute. By changing the way we commute, we can ultimately make cities better and safer.
In this article, Building Intelligence’s COO, Chris Lipowicz, shares his insights on optimizing venues, campuses, and event spaces to create more secure environments.
Together with our partner, AES, we deployed SV3 Visitor and SV3 Vehicle and Vendor at 1251 Avenue of the Americas. One of the tallest buildings in America, the building stands at 54 floors tall and features over 240,000 square feet in office space.
Together with our partner, Siemens, we deployed SV3 Vehicle and Vendor at Brookfield Properties’ Fifth + Broadway, one of the largest single mixed-use developments in the history of Nashville and the state of Tennessee.
Building Intelligence, with our partner Advanced Electronic Solutions, deployed our SV3 Vehicle and Vendor management solution at SL Green’s newly completed One Vanderbilt.
Building Intelligence worked closely alongside Cushman & Wakefield to deploy SV3 in the stunning $1.6 billion transformation that brings hope to New Yorkers and a much-needed Penn Station expansion.
In the interview, hosted by Jake Jorgovan, Building Intelligence COO, Chris Lipowicz, discusses building a partner network and shares wisdom from his nearly 20 years in sales and business development.
Today Building Intelligence Inc. announced the award of Patent No. 10,916,082 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the invention of its SAFETY-Act-Certified software, SV3®.