ABEC devises approach to maintaining building-management systems

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A better way to maintain building-management systems.

ABEC has devised a new series of maintenance and energy services for organisations seeking to reduce the cost and increase the efficiency of their building and energy controls. The eight packages set out a logical route to securing an optimum level of services, according to the business and its building’s needs, and fit a variety of budgets. ABEC has broken down its building and energy services, with a view to de-bunking the myths surrounding building controls.

ABEC works with clients to establish if remote or onsite support best fits their requirements. Also considered is if planned preventive maintenance should be implemented or if the allocation of tasks should be based around the condition of a system.

Also offered is an introductory energy-based service comprising a set of energy-focused BEMS maintenance tasks, scheduled at appropriate intervals to prevent energy waste.

Energy monitoring and targeting can be added to the mix, a service that can be increased to a proactive energy-reduction partnership.

Managing director Daniel Kittow says, ‘We believe that targeted and energy-based support and maintenance of building-management systems offers building users far greater value than traditional maintenance packages and are the future for the BMS support industry.’

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