KJ Tait


Digital connectivity is vital to the way we all live and work.

A WiredScore accreditation assesses and certifies digital connectivity and smart technology in homes and offices.

The focus of the WiredScore accreditation process is to make the buildings smarter and better connected, to enable a more collaborative, innovative and dynamic future.

WiredScore adds demonstrable value to property, keeping it relevant in the market, showing current and prospective Tenants and Residents that buildings meet their current connectivity needs and allow for expansion and development for future connectivity requirements also.

The WiredScore assessment and accreditation covers four areas of Office SmartScore, Office Development, Office Occupied and Home.

Smartscore is an area of accreditation available through WiredScore which focuses on User functionality and technological foundation, championing cutting-edge technology in real estate. Providing a global standard, SmartScore identifies best in class smart buildings that deliver an exceptional User experience, drive cost efficiency, meet high standards of sustainability and are fully future-proof.

KJ Tait are one of a small number of WiredScore accredited Partners in the UK and as such, one of the engineering specialisms we offer is WiredScore assessment services via our qualified Accredited Professionals (APs). Our AP Engineers provide early stage review and input to building design to enable achievable WiredScore design targets to be agreed at the concept stages of design. We then manage the process through the design stages to completion and accreditation.


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