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Why Consider A Career In Building Automation?

Building Automation – The Exploding Tech Industry You Need to Know More About

With the rise of automated HVAC, lighting, and security systems, the Building Automation System Market is expected to grow from USD 75.0 billion in 2019 to USD 121.5 billion by 2024—growing at a CAGR of 10.1%.

No matter your level of education, there is a career path for you in the building automation industry. In this webinar, we discuss :

  • What building automation is
  • The industry today and it’s growth projections
  • Career opportunities with in the industry
 

The Mechanical Contractors Guide to Starting A Controls Division: Webinar

Adding HVAC controls to the repertoire seems like a natural evolution for many mechanical contractors but in reality, most are not well-prepared for the additional challenges that come along with supporting this new line of business. To successfully add controls to your offering, you have to be willing to push your service team beyond what they are currently doing, add at least one employee that is solely dedicated to controls, and push your salespeople to sell a new product that they are unfamiliar with. Join us on Thursday, November 7 at 12pm CT as we share a blueprint on how mechanical contractors can address these challenges and more to successfully start a controls division.

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Computrols Building Automation System Webinar

We are excited to announce our first ever open webinar reviewing the capabilities and benefits of Computrols Building Automation System. The webinar will be lead by Computrols’ Manager of Strategic Partnerships, Mike Clayton, and will cover features of Computrols hardware and software solutions. The webinar will begin at 12pm CT on Thursday, August 23, 2018. Attendees can access the webinar at (Webinar has ended).

Thursday, August 23, 2018 – 12pm CT


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