There’s a reason some of the world’s most iconic hotels – not to mention NASA – have chosen us.

Mode:Green is the trusted leader in providing integrated solutions to today’s top hotels. In 2018, we were named the first Technology Integrator Official Brand Partner of Forbes Travel Guide, based on a reputation of high-quality design and system installation at top hotels such as The New York Palace, the flagship St. Regis New York, the Baccarat, 1 Hotel, Kimpton, and more.

This has led to the next generation of New York icons such as the Baccarat Hotel, and 1 Hotel Central Park, and 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge to entrust Mode:Green with turnkey technology implementations..

Mode:Green has a tremendous amount of experience in creating simple solutions in complex environments, and a proven track record of integration and utility cost reduction with many major hotel brands and property ownership groups. Mode:Green is regarded as a preferred integration partner for the more complex corporate needs of The Walt Disney Companies, ESPN, ABC Television and NASA. Mode:Green will be the single point of contact to execute this project in its entirety.


Bill Lally

Bill Lally, President

Bill Lally is the president of hospitality integration firm Mode:Green. A serial entrepreneur, Bill has extensive experience and a unique background in a variety of areas ranging from commercial audiovisual and control systems to energy management, broadcast, recording, post-production and hospitality. In 2008, the culmination of this experience resulted in the successful foundation of Mode:Green, which provides advanced control systems and energy management in the hospitality and commercial markets with the goal of bridging the current gap between integrators, MEP engineers and contractors, GCs, lighting designers and architects. Capitalizing on having become the first LEED-AP / Crestron Master’s Level Certified programmer, Bill grew Mode:Green from a small independent programming house (with clients such as Disney, Four Seasons, Baccarat, 1 Hotel and even NASA), to an enterprise completing several fully integrated multi-million dollar projects over the past five years.

Bill has made Mode:Green the foremost authority in meeting the demands of the luxury hospitality market and the ever-changing technology expectations of the world’s most advanced hotel guest rooms by staying on top of new technology trends in the latest and upcoming audio/video, energy management and automation technologies. Bill attended the University of Miami for Music and Audio Engineering, and is a member of the US Green Building Council.

Bill Sacks, Business Development

Bill Sacks is the director of business development at Mode:Green. He supports clients from project start and design phases through the finishing touches to ensure complete satisfaction. Internally, Bill develops systems and processes to streamline and organize Mode:Green’s rapid growth.

Bill joined Mode:Green in 2020 after returning to the United States from his previous role as the global hospitality quality leader at Lutron Electronics in Singapore. He has worked with leading hotel brands and lighting designers in over 20 countries to deploy mock-up rooms, control rooms, and full hotel projects in city, resort, and island settings. Bill uses this experience to make sure that Mode:Green’s clients, and the guests that stay at their hotels, have a truly world-class experience. Bill holds a degree in Nuclear Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Mode:Green’s Industry Certifications

  • Crestron Master’s Silver Level Certified Programmers
  • Crestron Digital Media DMC-E & DMC-D
  • Crestron Lighting Commercial Control Systems Certified (CLC)
  • Imaging Science Foundation ISF video calibration
  • InfoComm CTS
  • THX Levels I & II Audiovisual System Design and Installation
  • Control4 Programmer Levels I & II
  • Clipsal Certified Control Systems Programmer
  • LEED – AP – U.S. Green Building Council Accredited Professional
  • Member of the InfoComm S.T.E.P. Task Force creating sustainable multimedia environments (http://www.thestepfoundation.org)
  • Member of the InfoComm Smart Building Task Force
  • 2011 and 2012 participant in the InfoComm 100 the annual gathering of audiovisual industry thought leaders designed to assess and chart the current audiovisual and controls industry.
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