We Enhance Hospitality Environments by Infusing Technology Designed to Maximize the Operational Output of Building Efficiency.
HOW WE ACHIEVE YOUR Facilities OPTIMIZATION GOALS
Build guest loyalty with cost-effective solutions that enhance comfort, healthy indoor air, and overall experience with leading-edge technology and lifecycle services.
turnkey project management
End-to-End support from concept and design through commissioning to scope and budget.
Our building technologies service can unlock untapped savings by controlling & managing your energy use.
Your security partner for scalable, integrated security solutions from design to implementation with lifecycle support.
Our industry-certified pro a/v team offers a full array of solutions, design, and installation services.
Our service team will provide your facility with utilities, maintenance, and security support for optimal comfort.
INDOOR AIR QUALITY
Our experts can help improve the productivity and well-being of your building occupants with quality air.
Stark Tech offers clean-tech solutions, including solar development, energy master planning, and implementation.
NAVIGATING GUEST DEMANDS BY INVESTING IN TECHNOLOGY
From rising costs, surging demand, and a strained labor market, the hospitality industry must get creative in order to meet guest requirements and approval standards.
With access to a range of manufacturers and equipment, and years of combined experience in the industry, our certified Pro A/V team at Stark Tech can provide both full design and installation services. Whether we’re installing state-of-the-art audio and visual system equipment into your performance venue, or integrating high-tech security systems into your school facility, we can help you get the job done with ease and on budget.
Hotels are highly complex, energy-intensive environments that are held to high standards. Today’s full-service hotels are expected to deliver engaging, personalized services to retain guest loyalty.
The hospitality industry was one of the hardest hit during the height of the pandemic. Leaders in the industry had to think fast, adapt and create new strategies to stay afloat. New guest demands meant contactless check-in, touchless technologies, indoor air quality management, and an emphasis on enhanced hygiene.
As the industry bounces back from the pandemic, integrating hotel technology not only enhances the guest experience, but it helps facilities management achieve operational excellence and drive down energy consumption. This is increasingly important as staffing levels are not back to pre-pandemic levels. To overcome obstacles, technology can be infused to overcome skilled labor gaps and help with profitability, efficiency, and productivity.
Property managers can view, manage, control and optimize operations, reducing waste and enhancing safety through an integrated building approach.
Plus, guest experience can be enhanced with end-to-end guest room control solutions, including more personalized services, comfort and convenience.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Our clients recognize and value our distinctive and validated approach. No other organization matches our combination of building and energy systems expertise, analytics platform, engineering, & IT network professionals.
In a quick 16-week turnaround, Stark Tech was able to install dehumidifiers to maintain tight humidity control in order to achieve the cleanroom conditions needed to convert the 306,000 sq. ft. warehouse into a mass production site.
Critical Power and
In a green architecture design, Stark Tech incorporated a vegetated lower roof and photovoltaic collector on the upper roof with integrated temperature and lighting controls to maintain parameters that save energy and cost.
BUFFALO STATE UNIVERSITY
Protective Systems and
Master Systems Integration
The project is a 350 scfm waste water treatment plant. “The ability to capture biogas from our sewage (and transform it into RNG) is the type of innovative project that will help us reach our renewable energy goals sooner rather than later.
Design and Fabrication
of an RNG Skid System
BUILDING MANAGEMENT THAT DELIVERS RESULTS
The percentage of energy used on cooling in a hotel room – nearly double the cost of an average home.
On average, America’s 47,000 hotels spend $2,196 per available room each year on energy.
Since 2011, the Better Buildings Initiative has saved more than $15 billion dollars in energy costs.
On a global level, tourism is responsible for 8% of carbon emissions.
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Our turnkey approach ensures technology and engineering aligns to financial, sustainability, & efficiency goals.
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