Systems Integration is at the heart of what we do

Buildings consist of many operating systems that function independently. By integrating all of these separate systems, we can create an energy-efficient, easy-to-operate whole.

Integrating all systems in your facility allows you to conserve energy, save money, gain efficiencies, and achieve peace of mind. Integrated building management is the smartest way to run a facility or campus, creating a whole that is greater than the parts.

Who benefits from integrated building management?

The short answer is almost everyone, including large corporations, small businesses, universities, and hospitals. Integrated systems can revolutionize how buildings function or even entire collections of buildings.

benefits from integrated building management
Hoffman Building Technologies (HBT) serves businesses and organizations, including, but not limited to:

Data centers

Manufacturing and industrial


Office buildings

Hospitals and medical centers

Schools and universities

Hospitality Industry

Churches & Places of Worship

building management system integration can improve almost any building
Our building management system integration can improve almost any building. Building systems can always be improved, no matter how efficient they are. Improved management and energy savings can be achieved by interconnecting HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), lighting, and security systems. Additionally, it increases the comfort and satisfaction of the building’s occupants, whether students, workers, patients, tenants, or customers.

Technology is the key to achieving optimal building efficiency.

Through a user-friendly interface, integrated building management software monitors and controls all of the primary systems in a building.

All this is made possible by technology, and it happens seamlessly behind the scenes.


The system automatically adjusts itself when any issues are detected, maximizing energy efficiency.


Within defined zones, climate controls are set to optimal operation.


Lighting, HVAC, and security operations are based on occupancy levels.