Parallel Technologies Expands Footprint in Omaha with New Hires

February 12, 2018

 Parallel Technologies, an industry-leading reliable data center and intelligent building solutions company, today announced the hiring of four employees in its Omaha, NE office to support its growing Intelligent Buildings division.

The expansion of the Omaha office is part of the company’s commitment to supporting clients’ requests for building automation, physical security, wireless infrastructure and distributed antenna systems. The company’s investment in the Intelligent Buildings business division began with the acquisition of Omaha-based Building System Solutions in June 2017.

“When acquiring BSS, the plan has always been to grow our presence in the region and that’s exactly what we’re doing with the addition of these key positions,” said Dale Klein, president/owner of Parallel Technologies. “Our clients are looking to us to help them continue to optimize their current building automation systems as well as install technology to further drive energy efficiency.”

The four new hires are Bremer as project manager, Jarecki as Journeyman Electrician and Adams and Workman as Low Voltage Technicians. Adams, Jarecki and Workman are all members of IBEW Nebraska Union 22.

“Each of the new hires have deep expertise in building automation technologies and will take our intelligent building offerings to the next level to help companies unlock the value of their investments,” said Jay Stark, director, Building Automation. “As our Intelligent Buildings business continues to grow, we anticipate more new hires in the Omaha office throughout the year.”

 

 

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