Why use BMS?
The benefits of BMS are increased control and efficiency – all aspects of the building can be overseen and managed from a central point.
A properly designed and implemented system will have benefits in energy use – for example, lighting that is motion-sensitive, is increasingly popular in buildings from hospitals to universities.
Collating information about energy use patterns can also enable building managers to identify inefficiencies, and to compare usage across multiple sites to improve overall sustainability.
A comprehensive BMS can bring together building systems and services such as:
- Heating and/or humidity/CO2 control
- Area access control
- IT and telecoms
- Fire and sprinkler systems
- Power systems
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What buildings can benefit from BMS?
We have installed systems in buildings covering a wide range of uses such as: retail spaces, offices, industrial, educational and hospitals.
If you want to find out if you could benefit from BMS, get in touch today for more information.Back to Articles