Building Automation

Building Automation expert working on a computer designing a custom HVAC solutionAs an award-winning commercial HVAC controls contractor, we’re uniquely qualified to help you create more comfortable facility environments while reducing energy use and maintenance expenses.

Our experts include certified controls engineers, energy engineers, and field technicians who have completed design and implementation coursework at leading training centers. We install and integrate with a focus on the future—to help you keep pace with changing needs.

Evolve with Expandable Systems Integration

We are an authorized dealer of Automated Logic (ALC) and Alerton products. Both brands are leading building energy management system manufacturers.

The Alerton and ALC systems work with your building automation control networks, local area networks, Modus, and many other open communication protocols. This helps offer unmatched freedom to integrate with meters, third-party equipment, and systems such as access, security, lighting, and fire and life safety.

These systems work well in your largest building complexes and multi-site applications, yet they’re still cost-effective in very small installations. We can base your products on a powerful control platform, and include innovations like on-board Web servers. And even with a smaller footprint, we help you get maximum performance for minimal up-front costs. 

Strategize to Help Reduce Life Cycle Costs

We tailor results-driven strategies to help support your building energy management program, and dramatically reduce life-cycle costs. Strategies we can execute include:

  • Demand limiting: reducing power loads during times when power is at a premium cost
  • Discharge temperature reset: altering the supply temperature set point of HVAC equipment during low load conditions to reduce energy consumption
  • Dual-stage exterior lighting controls: employing photocells and time clocks to ensure exterior lighting is enabled only when required
  • HVAC optimal start/stop: reducing energy consumption by running systems as required by loads and not solely by time-of-day schedules
  • Variable speed pumping: using variable frequency drives on pump motors to allow for a reduction in pump energy consumption

Contact us for help with your next controls and systems monitoring project.

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