Shaping how we live, work, learn, and heal.

Why Work with LEDG?

We respect that each datacenter and smart project is unique. That’s why we view our most important job as being great listeners. We work to understand your technology requirements and desired outcomes, then plan, design, integrate, and build systems that are modern, scalable, and cost-efficient. We know that if we listen well and deliver exceptional service, we will reach our goal of being along-term partner to your organization.

LEDG is certified by the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA) as an 8A company and certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).

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Our Team

Since 2007, LEDG has worked on some of the most progressive technology, mission-critical, and building projects in the US. We are a diverse team of subject matter experts committed to our customers' success.
Todd Boucher

Founder & Principal

Manton Copeland

Chief Financial Officer

Bill Crane

Design-Build Services

Laura Polas

Director, Market Development & Engagement

Mike Rinaldi

Regional Leader,

Doug Wachenfeld

Project Manager

Bill Moten

Smart Buildings
Practice Leader

Jason Midlam

Regional Leader,

Brandon Kapel

Project Designer

Codie Wardwell

Project Manager

John Tabb

Technology & Low-Voltage Systems Engineer

Travis Boucher

Electrical Engineer

Gary Hubbard

Controlled Lighting
Solutions Specialist

Barbie Hazlett

Office Manager

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Lab Manager Magazine I How Builders Can Leverage Technology to Develop Smart Labs

May 27, 2021
Technology - rich laboratory environments are improving to meet the challenge of historically fragmented and manual configurations and processes; however, the building technologies supporting these mission-critical experiments are behind in design, integration, and connectivity. Read on to gain insights from LEDG's Todd Boucher and S/L/A/M Collaborative's Jeff Talka.

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Facility Management Journal I Designing to be Better - CRE's safe, sustainable, and smart future

May 2021
As building owners and developers grapple with the pandemic's economic impact, waiting for them on the other side is the uncertainty of how many businesses will return once it is safe and what will they expect from their workplace when they do return? Aligning building performance goals, planning tactics, and determining measurable operational improvements are critical initiatives to prepare for the workforce's eventual return. As the industry prepares, owners gain new insights and make better informed technology investment decisions for the years ahead. Read more from LEDG's Bill Moten and TIA's Dan Brown.

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ITSP Podcast Interview I A Cyber Society Conversation

March 17, 2021
Improving Life Through Smart Buildings — How Technology Can Bridge The Gaps We've Created At Home, At Work, And While Shopping | A Cyber Society Conversation With Todd Boucher

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Data Center Dynamics - IT Asset Disposal

March 10, 2020
What happens to mechanical and electrical equipment during data center decommissioning? When it comes to the end of life and decommissioning of a data center, the focus often turns to IT Asset Disposal (ITAD) and what to do with IT hardware. Learn more from Dan Swinhoe with insights from LEDG's Todd Boucher.

Leading Edge Design Group Receives SBA 8(a) Certification

October 23, 2020

Leading Edge Design Group (LEDG) is proud to announce its acceptance and certification with the U.S. Small Business Administration 8(a) Business Development Program.  Participation in the program supports the LEDG’s steady growth providing quality data center, smart building, and data intelligence services to the public and private sectors.

According to a Small Business Administration (SBA) 2020 statistics, there are 31.7 million small businesses in the United States, and only about 5,000 of them have obtained 8(a) certification. The certification has a nine-year lifespan and allows participants to compete for set-aside and soul-sourced federal contracts. The program also assists participants in navigating federal contracting, guidance in forming partnerships, and management assistance.

“We are looking forward to this opportunity to build new partnerships and expand LEDG business with the Federal Government. Our 8(a) acceptance comes at an excellent time for federal agencies as high-performing data centers and smart building digital advancements are imperative for government sustainable and scalable operations,” states Todd Boucher, Leading Edge Design Group Founder and Principal.

Leading Edge Design Group (LEDG) provides solutions that shape how we live, work, learn, and heal. LEDG plans, designs, and builds data centers and smart buildings that help customers deliver services with speed, resiliency, and scale. The firm also provides data intelligence services to help unleash the power of data within the built environment and enable secure, data-driven building operations.Since 2007, LEDG has worked on some of the most progressive technology, mission-critical, and building projects in the US and is proud to recognize many high-performing organizations as clients. LEDG is also certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and provides services throughout the United States from locations in New England, Mid-Atlantic, the Southeast.

Southern Nevada Water Authority Chooses LEDG for Data Center Services

September 30, 2020

The Southern Nevada Water Authority
has selected Leading Edge Design Group (LEDG) for the data center and telecommunications assessment for the Alfred Merritt Smith Water Treatment Facility.

LEDG was awarded a professional services agreement to prepare a preliminary study to evaluate the Authority's existing communications rooms, develop recommendations, schedules, and cost estimates to repurpose, consolidate, and renovate rooms. LEDG will also prepare design drawings and specifications to repurpose, consolidate, and renovate rooms for construction.

The Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA), formed in 1991, combines seven local water and wastewater agencies to address water issues on a regional basis rather than an individual water purveyor basis.

Collectively, SNWA member agencies serve more than 2.2 million residents in Southern Nevada. As the wholesale water provider, SNWA is responsible for water treatment and delivery and acquiring and managing long-term water resources for Southern Nevada.

The Alfred Merritt Smith Water Treatment Facility currently treats most of the valley's drinking water. Improvements to the facility enhanced the plant's reliability and increased capacity to treat 600 million gallons a day. The addition of ozone treatment put the facility on the cutting edge of water treatment technology.

A reliable, responsive data center and telecommunications infrastructure are imperative to support technology improvements and provide support across all agencies.

Facility Management Journal - Smart Buildings Leadership

Smart Buildings Leadership, Data, and Accountability
Facility Management Journal, Bill Moten, Fall 2020

In January of 2020, the adoption of a smart building was not imperative for many building owners. Barriers existed, and time and time again, the adoption of a smart building was not technological; it was cultural. Within a few months, facilities managers are managing through unprecedented times, and the industry inflection point is here. Similar to the War on Talent1 when a Human Resource Manager became a Chief People Officer and employees became the most significant asset, technology-advanced built environments and the FMs that run them, are at the forefront of organizational performance. Like how HR mastered workforce analytics, facility teams need to understand the building data available to them to support their strategic planning and technology implementations and hold their teams and the organization accountable.

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Building Operating Management - Promise of a Smart Building

How to Realize the Promise of a Smart Building
Leaders need an integrated, organizational-wide adoption and deployment model.

Building Operating Management, Bill Moten, June 2020

I wouldn’t call the first building I worked in very smart. My desk was in a low-walled cube in the middle of the “cube city,” surrounded by cinder block walls. The air quality depended on what section you were in, and the temperature varied every 20 feet. There were no crowd-based thermostats to keep everyone happy. Almost every air vent had a custom deflector taped on it to personalize the comfort of the one who applied it. If you were cold, your best option was to put on a sweater.

Times have changed. Today, buildings are required to deliver secure technology services and engaging, productive, personalized experiences to occupants, all while making sure the facility is efficient, reduces costs, and has a lower environmental impact. Going beyond that baseline, a smart building uses an integrated set of technology, systems, and infrastructure to optimize building performance and occupant experience. The key concept is “integrated,” as it applies to technology, systems, and infrastructure.

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