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Primary Integration Celebrates 10th Anniversary
August 7, 2015

Primary Integration (PI) is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its founding this summer.

The vision behind Primary Integration was to build the most elite mission critical/data center commissioning and operational risk management business in the world. By attracting the best talent in the industry, establishing comprehensive processes for service delivery and adhering to the highest standards of quality and performance, the firm has been able to create a foundation for continued growth and success. With offices throughout the U.S. and recently in Dublin Ireland and Toronto, Ontario, Primary Integration is rapidly becoming the global leader in the industry.

“We have built our business by providing the highest quality of service delivery,” commented G. Kelly Decker, PI’s founder, Chairman and President. “We are focused on exceeding our clients expectations by treating each engagement as a partnership. Our dedicated team of over 100 employees continually receives education and training in the latest technologies and industry trends, enabling us to meet our clients’ fast changing needs.”

Primary Integration was founded in 2005 by Mr. Decker and Shariar Zaimi, who served as CEO and Chairman until his passing in 2011. “Shariar was a visionary leader whose dedication to quality and client satisfaction was renown in the industry,” Mr. Decker noted.

Under the leadership of Kelly Decker and CEO Shawn Till, PI has formed a team of industry leaders. The firm has created centers of excellence in electrical and mechanical engineering, automated controls and critical facilities operations and maintenance, enabling its experts to serve as unbiased technical advisors to their clients. PI has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification and is a Certified Commissioning Agent with the AABC Commissioning Group of the AGC and the Building Commissioning Association.

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