Panduit, a systems infrastructure equipment manufacturer, recently named BEI Construction as the winner its Partner of the Year award for the Western United States. BEI Vice President of Technical Sales Dave Sanders accepted the honor on behalf of the entire BEI team at Panduit’s North American Partner Summit 2018 in Miami, Florida. Recipients received their awards at an Awards Dinner held on the evening of March 6, 2018.
“Panduit is a global leader in physical, electrical, and network infrastructure,” says Sanders. “As part of the Panduit ONE Partner program, we participate in a powerful ecosystem of service providers. We’re honored to be recognized by Panduit for standing out in a distinguished crowd. The culture and people at BEI give us an edge. We’re all dedicated to making sure clients get the solutions they need to thrive.”
A solid partnership
Panduit makes many of the products that BEI installs for clients on projects ranging from data centers to offices and other business facilities, with a special emphasis on technology and healthcare infrastructure. Panduit products help connect people and data. Known for innovation, the company holds more than 900 patents. The Panduit ONE Partner program includes contractors, system integrators, architects, consultants, engineers, and distributors.
BEI President Mike Rantz says: “We want to thank Panduit for recognizing BEI with this prestigious award. When it comes to helping clients experience the connectivity their businesses need, we look to Panduit to supply many of the high-quality products required. As a Panduit ONE Partner, we have the expertise and training required to deliver the successful solutions our clients want.”
Headquartered in Tinley Park, Illinois, Panduit was founded in 1955. The company has introduced thousands of electrical and network infrastructure solutions over its history. With customers in many markets, including healthcare, transportation, energy, and telecommunications, Panduit serves customers in 112 countries, and it employs more than 5,000 people globally.