SmartCon Solutions: Offering a singular, seamless approach to energy management

. October 20, 2017

SmartCon Solutions, based in East Hartford, CT., is an independent energy management integrator specializing in the installation and commissioning of automated occupancy based room controls. Founded in June 2014, by Thomas Mirante and Dominick Calciano, SmartCon is aligned with a variety of preferred manufacturers and vendors that provide leading edge thermostats, lighting controls and other occupant environment amenities.

The SmartCon course of action begins with listening closely to our client's energy management issues and concerns. We then provide an assessment of the facility's current state, and then ultimately suggest the solution that is the best fit for the customer's operational and budgetary demands.

Whether your property is a new facility, scheduled for a partial refresh or a complete remodel, SmartCon Solutions can provide an objective solution that regulates your building's energy consumption without affecting occupant comfort. We also offer a comprehensive post-installation service and maintenance plan featuring remote, proactive monitoring.

Our client representation includes the hospitality industry, healthcare facilities and university housing. SmartCon is an approved energy management integrator for Marriott hotels.

SmartCon is currently contracted with the Mohegan Sun Resort hotel towers in Connecticut; The Ritz-Carlton, Boston; The AC Hotel/Marriott, San Francisco; The Kimpton Everly Hotel, Los Angeles; The Boston Marriott, Cambridge; The Delamar Hotel, Hartford; New York University and Chapman University, Orange, California.

The SmartCon mission is to always remain balanced and unbiased to the solutions we represent. Call us at 844-633-2412 or email us at info@smartconsolutions.com. Take a minute and visit us at our website; http://www.smartconsolutions.com.

Media contact:

Lauren schwinn
T: 860-706-4367
E: lschwinn@smartconsolutions.com

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