Examining Turnkey Solutions for Government Facilities

Examining Turnkey Solutions for Government Facilities

At SEBCSI, we know the importance of delivering turnkey solutions to allow clients to focus on their core missions.

Let’s examine the realistic circumstance that most Federal agencies and government organizations face: They often have a broad scope of needs requiring their construction and infrastructure solutions to satisfy. Providing turnkey solutions is one way to cut down on the complexities of fulfilling contracts for work on government facilities. At SEBCSI, we know the importance of delivering turnkey solutions to allow clients to focus on their core missions. As such, completing work for government facilities warrants turnkey delivery so our company can help the agencies save resources for their own critical work while we address federal building needs. In this blog, we’ll further explore what turnkey solutions entail and how Federal clients can benefit from turnkey projects.

What Are Considered Turnkey Solutions?

When talking about turnkey solutions, this could mean a couple of things. In construction, a turnkey project is one that the contracting company will handle the design and build aspect of the project from start to finish. It’s also widely regarded that a turnkey project is one that, upon completion, is immediately ready for full use or operation with very little set-up or modifications needed. In short, the turnkey project can be regarded as a totally completed product ready for deployment once everything is handed over to the client.

The way you may have heard about SEBCSI’s provided turnkey solutions is the types of building systems we implement, such as building management systems or physical security systems. Our specialty in building integration services and products means our solutions are ready-to-go upon completed installation in your facility.

How Do Turnkey Projects and Solutions Benefit Government Clients?

Government clients can benefit from turnkey solutions when they trust the products and services that have worked in a range of US government projects around the world. Schneider’s host of EcoStruxure platform products make it quick, easy, and cost-efficient for government facilities to implement cutting-edge building automation, building management, power management, security system solutions, and much more. EcoStruxure software is ideal for new construction buildings or for retrofitting in current government facilities. 

Additionally, SEBCSI is the ideal provider for turnkey solutions given our single-source expertise in Power, Buildings, Industry, Data Centers & Networks, and Energy & Infrastructure. We continuously support clients in longstanding partnerships to manage their infrastructure and ensure continuity of your critical operations.

Is There Merit to The Alternative?

Indeed, there are instances where custom-designed solutions can be more beneficial than turnkey ones. With this type of delivery, a uniquely made solution could be created with more features and capabilities that could conform more closely to any specific client needs. However, this is a far more costly route in terms of finances and development time. Further, operating costs and other risk factors can’t be accounted for until design or implementation completion, thus adding layers of uncertainty to the project investment. Opting for reliable turnkey products and partnering with the experts at SEBCSI can mitigate those risks.

CONTACT CRITICAL SYSTEMS TODAY!

At Critical Systems, the people come first, from our employees to our customers. We strive to attract and develop the best talent in the business. Our goal is to deliver innovative solutions for the purpose of making every building secure, efficient, and effectively managed. Our team implements infrastructure, technology, and automation solutions that support government clients and federal building projects. Serving the Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Baltimore regions, SEBCSI provides innovative solutions for your smart building or facility. Visit our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn today! If you’re looking for more information or interested in working with us on your next project, please contact us!

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