Integrated Technology

The end user experience drives our technology design. Our design is coordinated with the supporting MEPF disciplines and architectural features yielding a seamless result.

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Zac Morton
Partner
210.546.0200
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Weifang Wang
Low Voltage Practice Area Leader
713.914.0888
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Our specialists ensure efficient communication with our clients and stakeholders to guarantee an intuitive, manageable, and reliable operation. Our objective is to empower the end user with the knowledge and ability to successfully operate the building at the highest level of efficiency.

Our agility to follow the dynamics of technological change stems from our Technology Department’s diverse area of expertise as former installation technicians, end users, and owner representatives. Our Technology team integrates with our other in-house disciplines, offering you an all-inclusive design product.

DBR’s Integrated Technology Services

  • IT Structured Cabling Systems
  • Technology Master Planning
  • Public Address & Intercom
  • Master Clock & Bell Systems
  • Integrated Audiovisual Systems
  • Security Access Control & Intrusion Detection
  • Video Surveillance
  • Noise Control & Room Acoustics

VIEW OUR INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY BROCHURE HERE

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