Listen in as Mike Petrusky and Steven Warshaw discuss music, riding the subway to work, and the future of the built environment on the Facility Management Innovator Podcast.
What were the top takeaways from this year's Collision Conference? Last week the #WeAreIntellis leadership team connected with the global tech community at Collision to learn about new technologies, innovations in SaaS and the power of robotics. After a week packed with events, panel discussions and meet-and-greets, we are feeling positive and excited about the future of tech!
Read on for the top 3 takeaways from the show...
Climate change has become one of the greatest concerns of our time, especially for those who manage hospitals and healthcare physical assets and infrastructure. Designing buildings that are truly sustainable and resilient means taking into account the potential side effects of climate change.
The Cost of Climate Disasters
In recent years, the United States has been subject to some of the most challenging climate conditions among industrialized nations.
The team at Intellis is honored to be named a Stevie Award Winner for Sales and Customer Service for two years in a row... 2017 and 2018!
177,666 Apartments. 328 developments. 2,553 residential buildings. 5 boroughs. Sounds like a lot to manage? It is – just ask New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the largest public housing authority in North America, tasked with providing safe and affordable housing, as well as access to social and community services, for over 400,000 NYC residents. In order to meet Federal regulations, NYCHA must conduct a survey every five years of building conditions for each property in its portfolio.
But how does an organization plan for such an undertaking, let alone enable engineering firms, mobilize 100+ from 10 companies, collect the relevant data, analyze that data, and finally create and manage justifiable capital plans to bring buildings up to standards?
Mayor de Blasio, Chancellor Fariña and the City Council today announced funding to provide every classroom in New York City with air conditioning. The City dedicated $28.75 million over the next five years to purchase and install air conditioning units in all classrooms by 2022, providing thousands of students with a more comfortable learning environment.
Steve Warshaw, CEO and founder of Intellis (formarly Warshaw Group) is excited to participate in the Columbia Venture Competition, which awards funds to early-stage business ventures developed and founded by young Columbia entrepreneurs.