Cost-savings and environmental responsibility in one solution.

Energy efficiency is an increasingly important topic of conversation across every industry. Shifting regulations and consumer awareness campaigns are putting pressure on companies to implement initiatives for going green. Many businesses are recognizing the potential for reducing costs and their environmental footprint by reducing energy consumption.

Whether you’re looking to increase your sales, support marketing campaigns, or simply cut costs, energy management systems can help you achieve your goal.

Energy Management Systems utilize a computer system designed for the automated control and monitoring of electromechanical facilities in buildings that yield significant energy consumption, such as heating, ventilation, and lighting installations. The data obtained from these systems can then be used to perform self-diagnostic tests and optimization routines on a frequent basis. Additionally, it can be used to produce trend analysis and annual consumption forecasts. Current trends include:

  • Temperature control units
  • Solar power
  • Motion-sensing and time-controlled systems (lighting, HVAC, refrigeration)


What we can do for you:

Project Management– Engaging a single point-of-contact to help you interface with all required parties and determine the project requirements (such as scope and schedule).

Staging & System Integration– Coordinating the acquisition of required hardware, management of inventory, and integration of software loads, as required.

Logistics Management– Providing just in time delivery to each location to minimize the impact on your business.

Site Survey– Conducting pre-installation site surveys to determine available power, connectivity requirements (wired, wireless), and environment factors (available space, access issues).

Cabling Infrastructure– Facilitating the installation of all required power, data, and video cabling.

Equipment Installation– Installation of controllers, thermostats, sensors, relays and lighting contactors.

Test and Turn-up– Working closely with client and content provider to confirm required connectivity and operability.

Maintenance– Providing post-installation maintenance of hardware and cabling, including reactive services, preventative maintenance, SLA, and parts depot.