IT Starts Here.

We integrate hardware, software and network infrastructure systems to create environments that are optimized for the future. Cost effective management of the building life cycle and enhanced productivity for the tenants relying on the power of the network, we believe smarter buildings require smarter technology. Level-1 Global Solutions creates mission-critical enterprise infrastructure systems that are dependable, adaptable and scalable. We design, implement and manage interoperable technology infrastructure systems that power some of the most renowned landmarks in the world.

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Bronzeville Lakefront Project Approved

We are incredibly excited that the Bronzeville Lakefront development on the site of the former Michael Reese Hospital has passed the Chicago City Council! We are especially proud to be the first Black-owned Technology Leader for a project of this historic importance. Level-1 is looking forward to bringing the first planned Smart City development to the City of Chicago!

Level-1 is thrilled to be a member of this unprecedented project as Technology Systems Integrator. The project development is led by Farpoint Development LLCMcLaurin Development Partners, and Loop Capital Management, Draper & KramerChicago Neighborhood Initiative, and Bronzeville Community Development Partnership. we are proud to be included among such prestigious firms for this historic and groundbreaking development.

More about Smart Cities: https://lnkd.in/ezegs8X

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Deeply Chicago

Proudly founded in the city of Chicago, Level-1 enables the city and nation’s most significant foundational technology systems and infrastructures.

One Chicago
One Chicago Safety and Security System

Providing Safety and Security to a New Jewel on Chicago's Horizon

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O’Hare Terminal 5 Expansion IT Infrastructure

Work Underway on $1.2 Billion Project Includes Level-1’s Design and Technology Solutions

Cook County Redevelopment
Cook County Hospital Hyatt Place and Hyatt House Adaptive Reuse - Illinois Medical District - IT Infrastructure & Systems Integration

Innovative IT Solutions Help Transform Historic Architectural Landmark into the New Epicenter of a Thriving Mixed-Use Community Development

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McCormick Square Expansion Project

Installing a High-Tech Communications System for Chicago’s New Convention Center and
Event District

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Chicago Joint Public Safety Training Academy

Part of the AECOM Design-Build Team for Advanced Training Facility for Chicago’s First Responders

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Integrating Network Systems to Support Community Wellbeing in the former Michael Reese Hospital Location

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Malcolm X College Integrated A/V System

Upgraded Classroom Technologies for City Colleges of Chicago’s New Healthcare Hub

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Englewood STEM High School IT Infrastructure

Part of Chicago’s First African American Design-Build Team for New Science & Technology High School

 

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Buildings for the Future

Technology infrastructure is not one size fits all. In the unprecedented time of COVID-19, the fundamental technology requirements for future buildings were altered. Future-ready technology infrastructure requires an insight-driven approach designed, mapped and aligned with state-of-the-art architectural design. The network environment is becoming more complex, as bandwidths and user needs increase, so must the capacity of the framework to support it.

We’ve built a reputation for designing intelligent IT solutions for commercial real estate, government, healthcare, education and research, transportation, hospitality and cultural markets - designed for the future, today.

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Our Clients

Proudly connecting communities through mission-critical infrastructure for more than two decades: