Building Engines

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Building Engines is a company providing a SaaS platform for commercial real estate property management operations. Its suite of solutions supports a range of building operations, including tenant engagement and service, maintenance management, communications, and operational risk management.

TypePrivate
Founded2000
HQBoston, MA, US
Websitebuildingengines.com
Employee Ratings3.7
Overall CultureD+

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)178(-2%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at Building Engines

Nina Laven

Nina Laven

Chief People Officer
Tim Curran

Tim Curran

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Scott Sidman

Scott Sidman

Executive Vice President, Business & Corporate Development
Daniel Russo

Daniel Russo

Chief Product Officer
Colleen Honan

Colleen Honan

Chief Sales Officer
Mahesh Nair

Mahesh Nair

Chief Technology Officer
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Building Engines Office Locations

Building Engines has offices in Boston and New York
Boston, MA, US (HQ)
33 Arch St 32nd floor
New York, NY, US
1400 Broadway 22nd floor
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Building Engines Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2000

Building Engines total Funding

$38.7 m

Building Engines latest funding size

$12.7 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Building Engines investors

Building Engines's latest funding round in October 2019 was reported to be $12.7 m. In total, Building Engines has raised $38.7 m
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Building Engines Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

75/100

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Building Engines Online and Social Media Presence

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Building Engines Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    D+

    64/100

  • CEO Rating

    C-

    68/100

  • Compensation

    C

    69/100

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Building Engines Blogs

How to Handle Outspoken Customers the Right Way

The squeaky wheel does tend to get the grease. But does the squeaky wheel get the type of grease it really needs, or does it get the first thing you can find on the shelf to make it stop squeaking? In client support, also known as customer success, it is difficult to ignore the squeaky... The post H…

Understand the REBNY Method of Commercial Building Measurement

If your property isn’t measured according to current commercial building measurement standards, you might be sitting on a leasing revenue goldmine. But tapping into a potential mother lode requires understanding the different measurement methods at play. And particularly for larger portfolio managem…

You Don’t Need to Upgrade to New Building Management Software, Right?

If you’re a commercial real estate property manager, asset manager, or owner, you may be thinking you don’t really need a modern building management software system. After all, the system you currently have works well … enough. And installing and implementing a new system may feel like a hassle you …

Why COVID-19 is Changing the Commercial Office, Not Ending It

The pandemic we’re currently facing is by far the biggest disruption in our lifetime. Labor Day was intended to be a turning point for many commercial office re-entry plans. Although the Delta coronavirus variant forced some tenants to postpone reopening dates, others are proceeding with phased re-e…

Going the Distance With Risk Management

There is a scene in the movie Field of Dreams that resonated with me. The voice that originally convinces Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) to turn his cornfield into a baseball field, now instructs him to “Go the distance.” Ray was feeling somewhat pleased with himself at this point in the movie. He’d j…

Top Work Order Software Features in 2021

As commercial tenant expectations rise, they have little patience for buildings with equipment problems. Tenants expect key building systems and equipment to always be in good working order, and they want to be kept informed if things go wrong. The best way to meet these expectations is by using wor…
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Building Engines Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Building Engines founded?

    Building Engines was founded in 2000.

  • Who are Building Engines key executives?

    Building Engines's key executives are Nina Laven, Tim Curran and Scott Sidman.

  • How many employees does Building Engines have?

    Building Engines has 178 employees.

  • Who are Building Engines competitors?

    Competitors of Building Engines include Entrata, Property Vista and Locatee.

  • Where is Building Engines headquarters?

    Building Engines headquarters is located at 33 Arch St 32nd floor, Boston.

  • Where are Building Engines offices?

    Building Engines has offices in Boston and New York.

  • How many offices does Building Engines have?

    Building Engines has 2 offices.