The best services for your BMS System
The quality of your BMS system and the way that it is run can affect everything to do with the building environment; from the mood of the people living or working in the area, to the energy consumption of the overall building. In the post-pandemic world, the impact that the BMS system has on air quality will also be scrutinised more than ever.
How we partner to deliver a leading BMS system
ControlWorks will design, install, manage and maintain your BMS System. ControlWorks has a great team of engineers, service technicians, and advisors whom all work to provide market leading BMS solutions for all our clients.
Listed below are just some of the services we provide:
For over twenty years, ControlWorks has been a leader in the Building Management System market, and our strength lies in the collaborative approach we take to the work we do. No two buildings are the same, and that in turn means that the BMS system needs to be tailored to each customer. Our team works closely to understand the needs and challenges of each customer, and from there develops a system that ensures the building runs at optimal levels at all times.
We focus on simplicity. Our software management solutions can be learned quickly, and the management and monitoring of the environment are consolidated into a single piece of software. We also only work with leading, proven brands to ensure that the HVAC environment will operate long-term with minimal management.
We also respond quickly to our customer needs, with ongoing engagement that doesn’t stop once the BMS system is installed. ControlWorks’ point of difference is that we see ourselves as a true partner to your business.
Meeting modern building management challenges
Building managers face many modern challenges. The comfort of everyone within the building is, of course, a major goal, but achieving that requires an ever-broader scope. Climate change is driving ever-more extreme weather conditions, putting the HVAC system under extreme pressure to keep people cool in summer, minimizing the impact of excess humidity during wet seasons, and at the same time meeting the building’s obligations under the Energy Management and Reporting (NABERS) requirements.
Building managers now also need to respond to air quality controls, as people are more aware of that than ever, and many actively monitor the concentration of CO2 in an environment. There are solutions to address these challenges, and a BMS system can be a point of innovation and competitive differentiation for a building.
Our team is always available to discuss your BMS needs. Contact us for a quote today.