Hotels, Condominiums, and Senior Living Facilities are requiring more and more sophisticated technology solutions.  These solutions include audiovisual solutions including integration with guest equipment, integration with access control and HVAC system and digital signage integration. Technology Plus works with the owner to identify technology short and long term visions and requirements.  Design and system specifications are implemented based on identified visions and requirements.

Featured Case Studies


One Steamboat Place
Steamboat Springs, Colorado







One Steamboat Place Condominium project is a 440,000 sq. ft. mixed use residential project at the base of Mt. Werner in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. It includes a two-level parking garage under a public plaza, retail at the plaza level and 85 very high-end residential units. The project had an aggressive fast-track schedule with phased contract documents to accommodate the quick start of construction.

The project was complex with residential units spread across a wide area and a large number of different unit types that did not cleanly stack from level to level. Most of the units were large, many with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Ownership includes fractional owners, Vacation Club and full unit ownership. This project included amenities not seen in typical mountain condominium projects.

Technology Plus was tasked to provide technology design services for this 21st century high-end condominium development. The project scope encompassed:

  • Communications Infrastructure (included the structured cabling system for voice phone system and data)
  • Wireless Network for Internet Access
  • Security System
  • Cable (CATV) and Satellite (SMATV) Systems
  • Audiovisual (AV) Technology Solutions



One Ski Hill, Peak 8
Breckenridge, Colorado


Technology Plus provided design for the Breckenridge Ski Resort Peak 8 Development. This mixed use development consists of 260,000 square feet incorporating commercial, retail and residential space into one comprehensive facility. Technology Plus provided the design, the technology systems and communications infrastructure for the project.

Early involvement by Technology Plus allowed for specific requirements definitions, effective planning and ease of integration with the civil infrastructure, building design and electrical systems. Having designed building support systems with flexibility, reliability, and adaptability will allow the various tenants and owners to accommodate new systems and technologies as they emerge. The variety of building functions and requirements necessitated a coordinated approach to the technology systems and infrastructure. The systems used to manage these services are often characterized as low-voltage systems, which include voice, data, audiovisual, security, wireless and other IP-based solutions. The convergence of these systems under the IP protocol meant that a single infrastructure supported multiple systems and services, thereby saving installation dollars and long-term operational costs.

Technology Plus worked with MKK Consulting Engineers, O’Bryan Partnership Architects and Vail Associatesto select and integrate appropriate systems into the building design for the resort. Technology Plus addressed the following functional areas and systems:

  • Structured Cabling System
  • Voice/Data System Cabling
  • Telecommunication(s) Rooms
  • Server Room
  • CATV System Cabling
  • Security System Cabling
  • Technology Backbone/Riser System
  • Residential Cabling
  • Pathways and Flexible Access
  • Security Systems
  • Access Control
  • Parking, Residential Units, Common and Amenity Areas
  • CATV
  • Cable TV Access
  • Comcast Coordination
  • Cable and Equipment Distribution Design
  • Audiovisual Systems
  • Media Center, Business Center, Conference Rooms, Bars, and Fitness Center
  • Leaky Coax or In-Building Antenna System
  • Antenna System to Propagate RF signals
  • Life-Safety Radios
  • Wireless Services
  • Cellular Service
  • Wireless for Public Areas and Option for Wireless in the Units



Metro State Hotel and Learning Center
Denver, Colorado

Technology Plus, Incorporated is the Technology Consulting Firm who is providing the Design and Construction and Administration services for the new Metro State Hotel and Learning Center.

This development will be 122,000 square feet comprised of a 92,000 square foot Hotel which includes a 3,000 square foot Conference Center and a 30,000 square foot Hotel Learning Center.    Design, construction, and furnishings for the Hotel Learning Center are expected to be $33 million.

The facility will include amphitheater-style classrooms, integrated educational facilities, teaching laboratories, faculty offices, a student area and support functions.  The Hotel will have 160 King and Queen Guest rooms, a public area lobby, fitness center, pool and a restaurant or grab-and-go food area.  It will also include a multi-purpose Conference Center with a banquet room, breakout meeting rooms, boardrooms, and a conference support area.

The designs of the technology systems and infrastructures are based on the programming sessions with Metro State College. The following systems are included:

  • Structured Cabling System
  • Wireless Access
  • Security Systems
  • Audiovisual Systems

The early integration of Technology Plus has already proved to be effective in coordinating the civil, mechanical and electrical infrastructure and building design with the technology systems.  The infrastructure design of the building support systems is flexible, reliable and is easily adaptable to emerging and future technologies.