P1 Group's Building Technologies (BT) division may focus on a specific need, such as a sound system for a school or security system for a manufacturing facility. But it can also cover a much greater expanse, such as Low Voltage systems for an entire campus.
The following projects illustrate the diversity of P1 BT capabilities.
A portion of what was once the sprawling Sprint HQ campus in Overland Park, KS now belongs to T-Mobile, who is renovating and modernizing several of the buildings.
The campus, now known as ASPIRIA, is frequently in the news as major companies make plans to plant offices in the modernized office and mixed-use space.
In Part I of this story, we brought you the “Big 3” BT capabilities. Recently, P1 put all three to work on the four newly renovated T-Mobile office buildings.
Registered Communications Distribution Designer David Becerra points out that P1 Group technicians also handle various Low Voltage systems within major healthcare systems, including Saint Luke’s Health System and the University of Kansas Health System.
David describes the complexity of providing technologies to these facilities.
"With Saint Luke's, the sites include Saint Luke’s Wornall Hospital; Saint Luke’s East Hospital; Saint Luke’s North Hospital; and Saint Luke’s South Hospital," he said. "And then each campus also has a medical office building attached to the Hospital."
Low Voltage Services
Sight and Sound for Lee’s Summit High School
Early in 2021, Building Technologies was awarded the Audio Visual contract for a three year remodel project at the existing high school that will include a high-end sound system for both gymnasiums, and a broadcast studio with technology for the students to do live broadcasts of football, basketball, athletics, and performing arts productions. There are nine (9) individual AV projects to be installed over the construction cycle.
Single Source for Mars Wrigley
In 2021, P1 upgraded Mars’ entire security camera system and Building Technologies is currently work on upgrading their access control for 83 doors and adding an additional 73 new door locations. While working with Mars Wrigley engineers, the Building Technologies group identified an opportunity for the P1 Millwright division to build new walls, entry doors, and food-grade fencing/gate within the facility. Additionally, P1 Electrical will provide the food-grade conduit pathway for all the new systems.
13605 W 96th Terrace
Lenexa, KS 66215
3030 S All Hallows Ave
Wichita, KS 67217
2151 Haskell Ave., Bldg. 1
Lawrence, KS 66046
3815 Faraon Street, Ste. A
St. Joseph, MO 64506
2150-A S. Kansas Avenue
Topeka, KS 66611
5685 Cameron Street
Las Vegas, NV 89118