As property management professionals start looking at not only the first cost but also the total cost of owning and operating their assets, the question lies, “how does one assess the total cost of selecting a particular product or service partner?” Depending on the piece of equipment or particular service, calculating the total cost of ownership (TCO) may be simple, but with technology as complex as building automation systems (BAS), there is an abundance of factors to consider. Below, we have put together a comprehensive checklist of potential expenses associated with the operation of a BAS over 5 to 10 years. For more information on this topic, you can also download our Ebook or view our webinar on Understanding the Life Cycle Cost of a Building Automation System.Continue reading TCO Checklist for Building Automation Systems
Building automation manufacturer, Computrols, has added a new authorized distribution partner in Tryg Group of Golden, CO. Tryg Group is now representing Computrols’ product lines across the state of Colorado, with a focus on the Greater Denver Area. Continue reading Computrols + Tryg Group Partner in Colorado
In 2018, Computrols CEO, Drew Mire spoke alongside long-time Computrols customer, David Handwork at the Annual APPA Conference in Washington, D.C. The two explained some of the factors that must be considered when assessing the total cost of ownership of a building automation system.Continue reading Computrols to Exhibit at APPA 2019
Computrols, a leading manufacturer of energy management systems, has recently brought on a new distribution partner in DocAir of Franklin, Tennessee. DocAir will be kicking off the partnership by utilizing Computrols LX Controllers, VAVs, and Computrols Building Automation Software at the new Moxy Hotel. Continue reading Computrols Partners with DocAir
This week, Computrols brought our CBAS Level I training course to three of our customers in Southern California. Computrols Manager of Strategic Partnerships, Mike Clayton was joined by our Dallas Branch Manager, Jeff Burnett, and Southern California Branch Manager, Andrew Walton, in conducting training courses onsite at National University, the San Diego Airport Rental Car Facility, and the Intersect Campus in Irvine.Continue reading Computrols Takes Training On The Road
The world of HVAC changes every day. There are constantly new developments in equipment and how to reach pique efficiency when cooling and heating large-scale facilities. Check out the trade show and conference calendar below to find an upcoming event near you to stay up with the latest trends in 2019.
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CBAS Power User: Greg Gautreaux
Lead Engineer, Stirling Properties
Tell us a little about yourself…
I have been involved in the commercial real estate management industry for forty years in various properties located in Greater New Orleans including the West Bank and Metairie. I am now the Lead Engineer at the Pan American Life Center where I have worked since December 2006.Continue reading CBAS Power User: Greg Gautreaux
Given the rapidly shifting technology and trends in the facility management industry, facility managers can’t afford to miss out on educating themselves and their teams every chance they get. Below, you’ll find a list of facility management trade shows and conferences throughout the United States. If you know of an event that is not included on this list, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.Continue reading 2019 Facility Manager Trade Show Calendar
Scott: Hi everybody this is Scott Holstein with Computrols, I would like to welcome you to the first episode of Computrols new smart building podcast.
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