We can supply, install, commission, Engineer, program, service, repair, and design your Building Automation as required.
Integration Building Automation into existing building providing refurbishment, upgrades and new systems to meet a specification or given task.
We are not aligned with any particular brand or protocol, hence we are offering the “best of breed” technology options from a variety of system vendors, both locally and overseas.
BMS Communications protocols we provide for include:
Our Building Management Systems (BMS) are designed and Engineered to suit your site requirements or to your specifications; We offer the Niagara AX Open Platform with network “backbones” in Open Protocols such as Lon works, BACnet, Modbus and some O.E.M proprietary systems.
Our Building Automation Team has experience with various vendors including Siemens, Honeywell, tac, Delta, Reliable, Distech, Alerton, and More. We provide full passwords to the owner at the end of warranty/DLP and follow up with fine tuning and environmental objective during warranty periods.
The Building Automation Technicians which attend your building are fundamental to delivering the promised results and meeting the expectations of clientele.
We understand the need for quality service personnel, tools, and transport. We and vet and train our people diligently with a view for a long term relationship with our crew.
We offer a maintenance and repair services for our clientele which includes features such as:
Building Automation Strategies and Engineering Design are selected to improve the operations and sustainability of the facility, in consultation with our client’s Consultant or Engineer.
Our services are designed to maximize reporting efficiency for Sustainability and Facility Maintenance Management. This data resource is invaluable for streamlining Audits and Assessments as well as the Day-to-day Operations of the Building. It is the foundation of the B.I.M strategy.
Building Automation systems (BAS) have varying degrees of idiosyncrasies, but they all have common programming and hardware features. This means field hardware can often be sourced from alternate suppliers which work equally as well as the O.E.M device. Some of these common programming features are in built, with energy management strategies that are rarely activated (optimization for example) and are there waiting to be optimized.
Any Automation System will only ever be as good as it’s “depth of Integration” into the facility. The system may have all the features and capability of recent “state of the art” technology, but, if the system is superficial by engineering design, it will only provide superficial results.
The more you connect and integrate technology into the various systems of the building, the more information you can gather, and the more visibility the Engineer has.
When the Engineer can see more, then the decisions to make changes, are based upon evidence instead of a “hope” strategy.
We can often improve an existing system to offer improved returns to the Landlord.
Consideration is given to engineering of the Automation system for sustainability strategies, data collection for reporting, other system interfacing, Maintenance Management, internet functionality, and overall Facility Management practices. The Goal, is to optimize what is currently available at minimum cost.
We consider strategies such as:
Building Management systems, Automation is a constantly growing and fast moving industry, keeping up with technology is imperative for our business, and fundamental to keeping our clientele competitive with their peers. Ensuring the Facilities we work with have the opportunity to embrace the most current technology delvers a facility which can crystallize business opportunities which their "obsolete" competitors can't. Taking advantage and optimizing your Building Automation technology for Energy Management, Building Information Modelling, Trend logging, Event management (alarms), remote access and other "value add" features which save time and money in building management.