Building Automation

Generally, building automation and various control systems can be monitored locally and remote, and typically begins with control of mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems. The HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) is almost always controlled which includes various pieces of equipment such as roof top units, air handler units, boilers and chillers. Lighting control is also low hanging fruit for optimizing building performance. Often there are other systems that are controlled by the building automation system including power monitoring, fire alarm, security, solar power and building access systems. Most of the automation and controls are hardware devices mounted on equipment or above ceilings. Since wireless has yet to become fully reliable, interconnect communication wires are required to be installed. The initial installation and commissioning is critical to the systems installations and long term performance. As an experienced controls installation company, Inter-Tech Systems has been proving these types of installations for over 25 years. Our qualified and skilled technicians have installed hundreds of building automation systems for owners, equipment manufacturers and have rapidly become known as a National Account specialist. Your automation and control systems can provide you with an incredible amount of information, and with this data, you can make more intelligent decisions that ultimately affect your bottom line.