Building Management System

The BMS is a “stand alone” computer system that can calculate the pre-set requirements of the building and control the connected plant to meet those needs. Its inputs, such as temperature sensors and outputs, such as on/off signals are connected into outstations around the building. Programs within these outstations use this information to decide the necessary level of applied control. The outstations are linked together and information can be passed from one to another.

Building Tenants

  • - Good control of internal comfort conditions
  • - Possibility of individual room control
  • - Increased staff productivity
  • - Effective monitoring and targeting of energy consumption
  • - Improved plant reliability and life
  • - Effective response to HVAC-related complaints
  • - Save time and money during the maintenance

Building Owners

  • - Higher rental value
  • - Lower common area running costs
  • - Flexibility on change of building use
  • - Individual tenant billing for services facilities manager
  • - Central or remote control and monitoring of building
  • - Increased level of comfort and time saving

Maintenance Companies

  • - Ease of information availability problem
  • - Computerized maintenance scheduling
  • - Effective use of maintenance staff
  • - More satisfied occupants

HVAC Management System

Our occupancy-based HVAC Management System reduces energy consumption and extends HVAC equipment life in buildings. The solution is the most recent evolution, a networked system that provides web-based control and energy usage information, improving the overall management of real estate assets. With quick installation, minimal training, intuitive operation, and simple maintenance, the system makes saving energy effortless. The technology allows operators to harvest savings without compromising occupant comfort – and installations yield energy reductions ranging from 20% to 45% with a typical ROI of less than three years.

Our HVAC Management System offers a wealth of convenient features, including granular device control, cloud-based data backup, and the ability to process raw data into 25 usable, actionable reports.


Lighting accounts for 30% of all our electrical consumption. It’s one of the first areas to look at for energy efficiency.

LED’s use about a tenth of the energy that an incandescent light bulb uses in order to produce the same amount of light. The way incandescent light bulbs work is to produce heat and 10% of that radiated heat is visible to the eye. LED’s by contrast, release photons, which are actual units of light. Incandescent bulbs have been removed from some markets and replaced by other lighting sources. However, an LED will run cooler, and be more efficient, than almost any other lighting source.

The benefits of LED lighting aren’t confined to their lower energy consumption. Lighting that runs cooler means that air-conditioning systems have far less work to do and a saving of more than 5% in building cooling costs is normally seen after installing LED lighting.

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