At FSG, we’ve responded to thousands of RFPs over the years. For everything from hundred-million-dollar construction jobs to two-thousand-dollar school lighting projects. Over the years we’ve collected a library of questions and responses and have a great overview to see what has been successful.
Garrett Smith, the son of an electrician, continued his family’s legacy by pursuing a career in the electrical industry. Born in South Dakota and raised in Texas, Smith earned his bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of North Texas. During his college career, he worked for Facilities Solutions Group Inc. (FSG), which fueled his interest in the industry.
Are your lighting and electrical expenses a huge part of your budget? Well, they shouldn’t be. You could be wasting precious dollars on an inefficient system. That’s why we bring in, as a single provider, different pieces of the puzzle to optimize your operations.
We all love air conditioners because they enable us to work in a comfortable environment. The HVAC units provide a heating or cooling effect in the workplace. However, no one enjoys paying huge electricity bills, especially businesses who have old systems in their buildings.
Older buildings may be more within your price range, but they often require repairs or more maintenance than a newer building would. You may have found the right space, but the age of the property that fits your space and budget criteria might turn out to be inefficient in the energy department, which can be costly.
Overall, you can’t take chances anymore. Crime is on the rise, and you need to do what you can to make sure your business is safe.
Consumers have a huge number of restaurants and stores to choose from. If they are concerned about the safety of their vehicle in a parking lot or structure, they may simply choose to shop or eat elsewhere.
A restaurant is a fast-paced workplace. That doesn’t give Susan a lot of time to focus on long-term issues like lighting, electricity, and energy that affect her operating budget. And the majority of Susan’s employees are busy every day with food preparation and customer service. They simply don’t have the time, interest, or skills necessary to deal with building maintenance either.