Computrols Partners with DocAir

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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.

“The Moxy Hotel is a great cornerstone project to get started with, and we are excited to see what’s to come with our new partnership with DocAir,” said Computrols’ Manager of Strategic Partnerships, Mike Clayton. “We like the personnel they have in place and expect them to do great things with our products.”

At the corner of Belcourt and 20th Avenue South in Hillsboro Village, the six-story Moxy will have 130 hotel rooms, 37 apartments, a 200-car garage, and ground-floor retail along 20th avenue. The Computrols system will be controlling and monitoring HVAC in the lobby, meeting space, and common areas of the facility.

Barry Westbrook, of DocAir, shared, “what attracted us to Computrols’ system was the simplicity of the solution. We are confident the engineering team at the Moxy Hotel will be extremely satisfied with the flexibility and durability of their new Computrols Building Automation System, and we look forward to rolling this solution out to many of our other commercial clientele.”

DocAir has built a reputation for its ability to make buildings healthier, more energy efficient, and comfortable for occupants. Among its services, the firm offers building efficiency testing and restoration and remediation services.


 

About Scott Holstein

Scott Holstein is the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Computrols where he began working in early 2016. Holstein has since entrenched himself in the building automation industry and has written articles for the Computrols blog, ControlTrends, and AutomatedBuildings.com and spoken at a number of industry events. Some of his specialties outside of sales and marketing include new technology trends in smart buildings, energy efficiency strategies, and the internet of things.