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As we look to the future of Aquicore, newly combined with Entic, I am privileged to have the opportunity to usher in our next phase of growth. We’re changing the way commercial real estate does business – integrating these organizations is just the start. At Aquicore, we made the decision to acquire Entic because we
Commercial asset management is a complex, multi-disciplined profession. It touches each of the many fields that are required to effectively manage a portfolio of commercial properties, necessitating an understanding of finance, project and personnel management, engineering and interpersonal relations. That’s why we’re spending Valentine’s Day showing some love to the hardworking men and women who
After over a month without access to Energy Star’s tools and resources due to the government shutdown, asset managers and property teams can rejoice – Energy Star is back! Energy Star is the most well-known and well-used standard for benchmarking building energy performance in the world. Since the program’s American debut in 1992, it has
Commercial real estate is an industry unquestionably grounded in the physical world. Malls, office buildings, hotels – you name it – are all physical spaces that consume energy and provide tenants with services. But as technology continues to offer more ways to make the real world virtual through IoT, augmented reality and the latest buzzword,
If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve probably started to hear buzz around the concept of digital twin technology. It’s not a new idea – the concept has been around since the early days of space exploration. Faced with the challenge of operating, maintaining and repairing systems that were quite literally nowhere on
The government shutdown, just days away from being the longest in history, has stretched into its 20th day, with 800,000 federal employees either furloughed from their jobs or working without immediate pay. Needless to stay, the halt or slow down of services from the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Family Housing