Building Automation Services

Building Automation Systems (BAS) control various components within a building’s structure. The primary goal of this type of infrastructure is to improve system efficiency, reduce costs and increase safety. BAS can be implemented either during initial construction or through a retrofitting process for an existing structure.  
 
 
A centralized building management platform brings all of these parts together. BAS creates central nervous system for a building that helps to monitor a building’s heating, air conditioning, ventilation, lighting and other systems. A well-functioning building automation system should not only monitor the climate of a building and make automatic adjustments based on temperature and movement, but also help troubleshoot any issues that arise in the building’s systems. In essence, it is a system that can assess and perform tasks from start to finish without human interaction.

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Building Automation Services

Building automation is the automatic centralized control of a building's heating, ventilation and air conditioning, lighting and other systems through a building management system or building automation system.

Building Automation Services

Building automation is the automatic centralized control of a building's heating, ventilation and air conditioning, lighting and other systems through a building management system or building automation system.

Video Surveillance

A digital video surveillance system is a surveillance system capable of capturing images and videos that can be compressed, stored or sent over communication networks. Digital video surveillance systems can be used for nearly any environment.

Premise Wiring

Premises wiring is customer-owned telecommunication transmission or distribution lines. The transmission lines may be copper or optical fiber, and may be installed within or between buildings. Premises wiring may consist of horizontal wiring, vertical wiring, and backbone cabling.

 

ABOUT

Koro was founded in 2001 to provide building automation and telecommunications services. By consistently delivering quality installations at competitive prices, Koro has become a premier Southwest cabling contractor.
 

Licensed and Bonded Limited Energy Electrical Contractor

AZ State ROC# 304658

 
 

LEADERSHIP

Rob Erickson

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Sam Engle

Sam has over 15 years of IT and structured cabling experience, including his time with Wyco Field Services as Director of Networking and Security Services and The Integrated Technologies Group as Southwest Region Branch Manager. He started his career in 2002 as a computer repair technician. He expanded his skill set and began working on structured cabling projects in 2007. He later managed hundreds of commercial cabling projects in the Seattle area including the University of Washington, Boeing, and Homestreet Bank. Sam has recently been focusing on IP video surveillance systems for property management companies in Arizona and California.

From 2002 to 2015 Sam spent his summers as a commercial fisherman in Bristol Bay Alaska. Over the course of his fishing career Sam and the 3-man crew provided 2 million pounds of sockeye salmon filets to the lower 48.

Sam moved to Arizona in 2014. He and Rachel reside in Peoria, AZ with their 2 children, Averie and Jameson. The Engle family enjoys golfing, hiking, fishing, and traveling to visit friends and family in Washington and California. 

 

CONTACT

Phoenix Office

23335 N 18th Dr Suite 110

Phoenix AZ 85027

 

info@korolv.com

Tel: 602.935.6631

Inquiries

For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: 602.935.6631 or fill out the following form

Employment

To apply for a job with Koro, please send your resume to: info@korolv.com

Get a quote: 602.935.6631
 

KORO BAS Inc.

Phone: 602.935.6631

Email: Info@korolv.com

Address: 23335 N 18th Dr. Suite 110. Phoenix, AZ 85027

AZ# 323098, CA# 1051170

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