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Your building is complicated – from equipment management to HVAC systems to finding energy savings, there are a million things to keep track of, and a million things that can go wrong. Our new Issue Management tool makes it easier than ever to stay on top of it all, whether you’re at your desk or
Buildings are not static structures. They are complex networks of systems and equipment that are often fickle and issue-prone. Experienced property teams know that anything that can go wrong, will eventually go wrong. When a good issue management strategy is put in pace, it can alleviate a lot of the headaches that come with running
We are on fire, if we do say so ourselves. Our win for DC Inno’s 50 on Fire in the Technology and Cybersecurity category marks our third award in as many months and we couldn’t be prouder. Each year, DC Inno’s “50 on Fire” awards recognize outstanding businesses, organizations and individuals that are heating up
Spirits are high in the AQ office as we share the news that our founder and CEO, Logan Soya, has joined a highly-selective group of creative and innovative trailblazers in the Mid-Atlantic region as a winner of CEO Report’s Mid-Atlantic Innovator & Entrepreneur Award. “I founded Aquicore on a principle that the right tools can help
The Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is taking place this November in Chicago. It’s for professionals in architecture, construction, engineering, planning, and interior design who depend on thoughtful and ethical solutions which promote wellness and resiliency in construction and urban development. This year’s theme, Human By Nature, will explore the intersection of humanity and the
Earlier this week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released Global Warming of 1.5°C – a new report highlighting a number of climate change impacts that could be avoided by limiting global warming to 1.5°C compared to 2°C, or more. The report finds that limiting global warming to 1.5°C would require “rapid and far-reaching”