Automatic Controls Equipment Systems, Inc. has been awarded the building automation contract with Truman State University to complete a 13 building refurbishment project in 2015-2016. Truman State University selected a performance contractor to help them implement a campus wide energy plan; as part of that plan, Automatic Controls was selected over two other prequalified controls bidders for the project. Truman State University is focused on generating the largest energy savings with minimal HVAC equipment replacements and eliminating the University’s current dependence on 11 fragmented building automation systems (BAS) manufacturers in 13 campus buildings.
Automatic Controls began their relationship with Webster University in 2001, and we have since expanded our scope to include all their major HVAC equipment. In the process, we have worked closely with the university and their engineers to develop energy efficiency strategies for all equipment.
Custom integrations include primary, secondary, and tertiary chilled water loops that serve all campus buildings.
Since 1997, Automatic Controls has helped Maryville University upgrade and improve their building controls. We began by replacing an outdated control system with Automated Logic components, integrating existing equipment with our new system. We control all chillers, boilers, air handling units, and almost all zones through the entire campus.
Our work with Columbia College began in 2003, and we have worked closely with their Facilities Department to upgrade. We not only control their main campus HVAC controls, but have also expanded our scope to include their lighting controls and other building systems.
While at many of our sites we control several buildings in close proximity, we not only control and monitor the main campus at Columbia College but also include remote connections to four remote satellite buildings as far as 125 miles away. Custom integrations include multiple ground source loops, Valant ERUs, Trane RTUs, and Aaon factory-mounted controls rooftop units.
Automatic Controls' relationship with Culver Stockton began with a five building refurbishment project in 2014. Since then, we've installed controls in one more building and are currently working beside them to include our controls in the construction of a new building.
Many of Culver Stockton's systems were manually controlled when we began and had no provision for automatic controls. We designed and implemented custom solutions to automatically control these manual systems. Rather than replace their units with compatible ones, we retrofitted their existing equipment. We have since created advanced scheduling of their buildings for energy savings.