Sasaki Associates Better Connects Employees & Property Owners

  Sasaki Associates is piloting a new way to manage the built environment at their headquarters in Watertown. As an architectural firm, Sasaki understands the importance of innovation in every stage of development, from the early stages of planning and design all the way to implementation and management.  CrowdComfort was a natural partner to help […]

How the “Internet of Things” is Changing Facility Management

Excellent insight from our CEO/Co-Founder Eric Graham, originally posted in Automated Buildings:  Our most reliable source of information around facilities is the occupants themselves Managing buildings today is getting increasingly complex. With space at a premium, increased utility costs, and higher occupant expectations, facility managers are under pressure to manage buildings more efficiently than ever […]

CrowdComfort attends DisruptCRE

On October 16th at District Hall, CrowdComfort was fortunate enough to participate in the very first Disrupt CRE (Commercial Real Estate) event. Disrupt CRE is the first-of-its-kind commercial real estate and technology event designed to connect disruptive ideas with capital and commercial real estate professionals.

What Happens When a University Gives its Members the Power to Report Issues from their Phones?

  CrowdComfort launched at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) on September 1st, coordinating with the start of the new school year. MassArt, a member of the Colleges of the Fenway, is the nation’s first and only publicly funded freestanding college of art and design with over 2,000 students enrolled in undergraduate, graduate […]