Safer Buildings Coalition Keeps Growing – Meet Our Newest Members

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Posted on July 15, 2020

The Safer Buildings Coalition continues to grow. We are very pleased to announce our newest members. Day Wireless Systems, G&G Systems, Pando Telecom, Northwest Communications, TIA & CTIA.  

Each member is crucial to the Coalition’s work as we Unite to Thrive and continue to strive to fulfill our mission. 

Read on to meet our new members:

Day Wireless LogoDay Wireless – System Integrator

About Day Wireless
When you call Day, you get answers. Whether you are seeking a Motorola Two-Way Radio System or need solutions for your complex communication challenge, we can help. Dedicated to service excellence and technical innovation, the experts at Day Wireless are ready to solve problems. Our average employee has been with us over eight years, so you can be confident we have the know-how and ability to solve your toughest challenges. We know that culture matters and proudly trace our company heritage over one hundred years to the founding of Estacada Telephone in 1905, and Day Wireless since 1969.


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G&G Systems -- System Integrator 

About G&G Systems
G&G Systems originated on September 01, 1985 in Las Vegas, Nevada as a specialty systems electrical contracting firm. The company focused on low voltage installation such as fire alarm, security and energy management systems.

Effective January 01, 1998, the name and assets of the company were purchased by L.A. Nevada, Inc., with principals Robert J. Lisowski and Patrick R. Armour.

Since its inception, the company has expanded under the direction of the management team, maintaining the focus on the specialty electrical systems market while expanding the scope of the electrical contracting business as well. The primary area of operation is Clark County, Nevada.


Pando LogoPando Telecom – System Integrator

About Pando Telecom
Pando Telecom understands that working conditions and environment vary from business to business. This means every wireless network solution must be uniquely designed and implemented to meet the needs of the people and businesses using them.

We take our name from one of the largest living organisms on Earth found in the Rocky Mountains of North America, appropriately named the Trembling Giant or Pando. This dynamic aspen colony consists of a root and tree network that adapts and remains agile to match the changing conditions above ground.

Like the giant Pando, your network must be adapted to your particular needs to provide a strong foundation for business success.


Northwest Communications LogoNorthwest Communications – System Integrator

About Northwest Communications
Originally founded in 1983 as Northwest Communications- NW Radio is a full service 2-way communications company that believes in keeping ahead of the game by partnering with some of the pioneers in technology. By doing so, we are able to deliver the most innovative products and services available in the market today at an affordable cost to you.

Some of our services include:

  • Digital/Analog Conventional or Trunked Systems
  • MotoTRBO & NexEdge Wide Area Networks
  • Dispatch/911 Center Consulting & Installation
  • FCC Licensing
  • GPS Tracking
  • Repeater Systems
  • Customized System Design


TIA LOGOTIA -- Telecommunications Industry Association -- Knowledge Partner 

About TIA
Poised at the intersection of the network and communications technologies, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) brings together communities of interest across  -- Technology, Government Affairs, Standards, and Business Performance -- to shape solutions, facilitate programs, and provide products and services that enable high-speed networks and accelerate next-generation Information and Communications Technology (ICT) innovation across all markets.

With a global membership of more than 400-member companies TIA is at the center of a vibrant ecosystem of companies delivering technologies and services that is revolutionizing the way the world communicates. Our members include ICT manufacturers and suppliers, network operators and service enablers, distributors and system integrators.

Community is at the center of connectivity, and TIA convenes the industry's thought leaders and brightest architects to solve unique challenges, and develop new ideas and approaches that bring tangible value to companies to enhance their bottom line.

As an incubator, idea-generator, strategic partner, solutions provider and business developer, TIA is the one voice that leads the conversations, provides timely information and resources to help expand global investment opportunities and encourage innovation throughout the entire value chain.


CTIA LogoCTIA – Knowledge Partner 

About CTIA
CTIA represents the U.S. wireless communications industry. From carriers and equipment manufacturers to mobile app developers and content creators, we bring together a dynamic group of companies that enable consumers to lead a 21st Century connected life.

As the voice of America’s wireless industry, CTIA:

Advocates for legislative and regulatory policies at federal, state, and local levels that foster the continued innovation, investment and increasing economic impact of America’s wireless industry. CTIA is active on a wide range of issues including spectrum policy, wireless infrastructure, and the Internet of Things, among others.

Convenes the industry to tackle our most difficult challenges and coordinates voluntary best practices and initiatives. CTIA works with members to develop test plans and certification processes for mobile devices, coordinates with members and other industry leaders to ensure the security of mobile networks and devices, and leads industry initiatives to enhance accessibility, improve 9-1-1 location accuracy, deter phone theft and encourage safe driving.

Promotes our members through numerous campaigns aimed at building awareness among policymakers and the general public, as well as through industry-leading events on topics ranging from cybersecurity to 5G.