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Integrated Building Solutions (IBS) was founded in 1997 as a building automation consulting company. Today, we are full service building controls system integrator.

IBS participates in the California Energy Commission (CEC) blackout prevention program, which provides funds to end users to support energy curtail projects.

Under this CEC program we successfully completed HP Palo-Alto and HP Cupertino energy curtailment projects during 2000-2001.

Most of our DDC and integration projects are focused on Facilities energy/demand reduction with an average paybacks within first year.

In 2001 IBS has become one of the first Tridium System integrator in Northern California providing open architecture integrated solutions for HVAC, Lighting controls, Real-Time meters, UPS systems, etc.

In May of 2004 IBS became authorized dealer of Staefa Controls. As a certified Staefa Talon dealer we provide full DDC installation, retrofit, integration package for our customers.

Our Mission
We promptly and knowledgeably deliver quality customer service. We are empowered employees who use advanced tools and processes. We base our conduct on trust, efficiency and camaraderie in an environment that embraces continuous learning and knowledge exchange.

Our Vision
Our vision is to be the Client Services Organization that everyone wants to work for and that clients use our services for the value that we add to the solution. Our company adds value by building your trust in our relationship.

We follow through and do what we say we will do. We're upfront and honest in setting expectations by communicating regularly and openly. We believe in building camaraderie within our organization as well as with our customers. And most importantly, you can hold us accountable for any commitments that we make to you.

Our Goal
Our goal is 100 percent customer satisfaction! As a way to achieve this primary objective, IBS Client Services continuously monitors customer satisfaction and maintains regular, interactive communication with every client.

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