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Siemens Building Technologies

For more than 162 years, the Siemens name has been synonymous with breakthrough innovations giving their customers a unique competitive edge and enabling societies to master their most vital challenges.

As a leading provider of innovative technologies, products and solutions for buildings, the Siemens Building Technologies Division delivers optimal lifecycle performance for energy efficient building automation, fire protection, electronic safety and electrical installation engineering, all with the goal of improving facilities by making them comfortable, safe, secure and less costly to operate.

The company focuses on maximizing the energy efficiency and performance of its customers’ buildings, so that its customers can focus on their business. With U.S. headquarters in Buffalo Grove, Ill., Siemens Building Technologies U.S. employs 9,400 people and provides a full range of services and solutions from more than 100 locations coast-to-coast.

Worldwide, the company has 38,000 employees, operates in more than 50 countries and continued its profitable growth in the past fiscal year with total revenue of €5.984 billion or US$ 7.634 billion.




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