The technological advances today, coupled with the emergence of Industry 4.0, have paved the way for construction companies to embrace automation for improving the way buildings are operated and managed. Evidently, the rise of building automation—the centralized automatic control of a building’s systems through the networking of electronic devices—is meeting the need for integrating smart automation systems with the modern infrastructure. While forward-looking organizations are moving from services to experiences, they seek highly experienced service providers who understand their business goals and mission and help them rethink their infrastructure through appropriate technology implementation and capability development.
In the wake of these technology transitions, Construction Tech Review has compiled a list of top 10 building automation consulting/services companies to guide organizations in the construction sector in harnessing the power of technology. We are glad to feature GARDINER—a full-service HVAC, energy solutions, and professional services company reaching new heights for building intelligence in Northern Ohio. Being the exclusive Daikin factory Systems, Parts, Services, and Solutions Representative in Northern Ohio, GARDINER serves the area’s largest commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. The company provides HVAC Systems, Mechanical Equipment, Building Automation & Controls Systems, Boilers, Energy Solutions, Parts & Supplies, and technical training. GARDINER leverages Building Analytics and the breadth of their mechanical and controls expertise to their clients’ advantage on every job. The company helps design systems that work or at least figure out how they can work better.
Adding value to the building automation space is Johnson Controls, transforming the environments where people live, work, learn and play by optimizing building performance, improving safety, enhancing comfort, and driving the outcomes that matter most. Dedicated to protecting the environment, the company is delivering its promise in industries such as healthcare, education, data centers and manufacturing. Walking the same road is Tigris, by offering a ready-to-use machine learning service to enable manufacturers and operators to continually improve physical assets and processes.
We hope the issue of Construction Tech Review helps you build the partnership you and your firm need to enable technology-driven building automation.
We present to you Construction Tech Review’s “Top 10 Building Automation Consulting/Services Companies 2019”