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Cogeneration (combined heat and power) plants can provide higher efficiencies and better emission control than localized systems. 

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Building owners/ developers are focusing on ‘self-sufficiency’  as an method of maintaining power for business continuity, controlling loss and keeping a ‘leg-up’ on the competition. 

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The ‘health’ of an electrical distribution system can be viewed in ‘real time’ over the building local area network (LAN).

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Modular 'plug and play' power reduces churn costs and offers easy reconfiguration and customization.

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Wide Area Networks (WANs) in combination with various computer networking technologies are used to transmit data across metropolitan, regional or international boundaries.

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A facility's IT infrastructure is comprised of structured cabling systems in combination with wireless networks. Together these technologies provide a transport platform for data, voice (VOIP), security (Video-over-IP), building automation, multi-media and other systems.

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A vertical cabling transport/ pathway riser system services all floors of the building, originating from the Main Telecomm Room.

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Modular 'plug and play' data consolidation points reduces churn costs and offers easy reconfiguration and customization.

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Lighting integrated with an enterprise energy management system plays a significant role in the sustainable design of cities through minimizing energy consumption and light pollution.

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Daylight harvesting to reduce reliance on artificial lighting and roof mounted photovoltaic energy cells are key components of the overall building energy management strategy.

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"Intelligent" IP based lighting control systems integrated with occupancy sensors, daylight sensors and HVAC systems dramatically reduce energy spend.

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The use of advanced lighting controls integrated with light shelves, sunshades and AV systems can provide a higher level of energy effectiveness, support flexibility of use of space and increase occupant satisfaction.

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Whether global, national or regional, multi-site or single site location, enterprise security platforms can integrate the most advanced asset protection security technologies to streamline operations.

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Perimeter access control and video surveillance provide visitor management and tracking and can be integrated with mass notification for intrusion protection of security events- planned or unplanned.

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An access control card presented at the building entry can initiate elevator access, start the local HVAC system and turn on select lighting fixtures along a travel path.

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An integrated security system can control access to critical spaces, monitor assets and expand or limit room environment and functionality.

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Integrating ultra-high definition video and advanced audio to create an immersive in-person meeting over the WAN allows corporations to optimize global resources, foster collaboration and deliver real-time information to virtual teams worldwide.

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With the expanded range of electronic devices, current bandwidth demand and the resulting evolution of multimedia-based applications there is an increased volume of information shared on the "information highway" (AV, IT, security and lighting controls).

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AV system controls and relevant heating, cooling, lighting, and shading device controls can be integrated to optimize performance and user comfort.

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AV interface with lighting controls, HVAC, window shades, projection screen and IT systems, makes for a ‘seamless’ high tech presentation space.

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An "enterprise" approach to system design allows for control and monitoring of energy usage over multiple sites.

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Roof mounted photovoltaic cells, Systems integration and effective monitoring and control of energy use impacts overall building energy performance.

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A central 'dashboard' can provide users with real-time energy spend to encourage load shedding measures.

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Integrated lighting controls, occupancy sensors, shading devices and light shelves for daylight harvesting minimize energy consumption.

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What we do

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Divisions

MBII has evolved to offer Electrical, IT/Communications and Security engineering, Lighting, Audio Visual and Sustainable design. Our focus on all things electrical and electronic has allowed us to embellish our core service and innovate with our related specialties.

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Success Stories

MBII is best known for the ability to work from large infrastructure right down to tenant fit-up across all scales and sectors.

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Company Profile

A legacy of engineering excellence has been carried forward and expanded over the years based on the principles of critical thinking and open inquiry.

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