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Real Estate

DVI has leveraged its extensive technical expertise to Real Estate companies. In of support these firms’ technology deployments as well as internal and client relocations.

Deploying flexible and efficient information infrastructure systems, whether for an office environment or a data center, is both a desirable and an attainable Client goal. But when firms build new offices or relocate personnel, they typically have a large plethora of issues to address; technology relocation or build-out should not be an additional challenge that the customer should face alone. In real-estate projects, innovative engineering solutions can enhance a given space’s performance, extend workplace productivity over the life cycle of a facility, and support future expansion plans.

DVI Communications provides complete design/engineering/deployment support when a client seeks to physically relocate personnel, technology systems and/or offices for either in-place renovation or construction of new facilities. Our knowledge of the latest in technology, building systems, and green-infrastructure principles enable us to develop and deploy cost effective, forward-looking, productivity-optimized, and friendly and secure work spaces, covering voice, datacomm, Internet, wireless, video, security and audio-visual systems. DVI supports relocation efforts (specifically, the relocation of technical systems to accompany a corporate relocation of assets and/or people); construction (design/build technology services); systems integration; and, Data Center and Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM). This family of services covers activities such as, but not limited to, site selection; requirements definition; existing technology retention analysis; design, engineering; technology acquisition support; systems implementation management (Vendor/Project Management); systems acceptance testing; and, cutover support.

Our clients have included Cushman & Wakefield, Metropolitan Life Real Estate, Prudential Realty, Turner Construction.