City Of Baltimore MD Street lighting Upgrades

RIFE International as part of its mission to assist government institutions save money by implementing energy efficiency best practices is assisting the City of Baltimore create a brighter, safer and smarter city by improving lighting in Baltimore’s neighborhoods.

This project is part of the City’s effort to reduce energy consumption, improve security and the quality of life of residents in the city under the ‘B more Bright’ initiative. The project also lays the groundwork for Baltimore in becoming a “smart city”, by using technological innovations to improve the quality of life for Baltimore residents.

RIFE collaborated with Johnson Controls in the execution of the energy upgrades across the city and this is what they had to say “The Intelligent Lighting Infrastructure team would like to thank RIFE International for their support in making the City of Baltimore’s, “B’More Bright” project a huge success. Looking forward to working with RIFE again in the near future.” – Peter DiLecce, Johnson Controls Inc.

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Smithsonian Institution Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity Contracts (IDIQ)

The Smithsonian Institution (SI) is a unique conglomeration of nearly 12 million square feet of space located within 614 maintained facilities and structures of varying size, age and architecture variety in 8 states, Washington, DC, and Panama, Belize and Guyana.

Since 2014, RIFE International has provided construction management and renovation and building improvement services for Smithsonian facilities across the country under an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity Contracts (IDIQ). This project is still ongoing till 2025.

Facilities include 19 museums and the National Zoo which welcome nearly 12 million visitirs annually; 9 active research centers with laboratories and dormitories; state-of-the-art storage and restoration facilities for one-of-a-kind treasures of artistic, historical, and scientific significance; and venues for public and private gatherings.

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