The objective of our designs is to make sure that a building provides the occupants with an optimised environment which they can easily monitor and control while ensuring that capital expenditure is minimised and operational savings and building efficiencies are maximised.
Our service is ideal for those procuring or upgrading a building automation system. Cundall offers unbiased advise, completely independent of any particular manufacturer. Our services can be tailored to meet your precise requirement and typically cover one or more of the following:
- condition and feasibility surveys and recommendations
- conceptual and detailed design and specifications
- specification checking and evaluation
- specialist cost, bid and tender analysis
- setting to work and witnessing
We are able to provide an optimum and effective controls solution for anything ranging from a small boiler room to a fully integrated solution for a multi-building development. Our aim is to employ open systems wherever possible to avoid our client being obliged to rely on a particular manufacturer.
In undertaking this work we will work in close liaison with the client and his project team from the initial development of the client’s brief into a design, arrange for competitive tenders to be obtained and reviewed, overseeing the installation through the construction period, and then finally supervising the commissioning and handover to the end user.
The various members of the our Building Automation group have previously worked in both the manufacturing and contracting sides of the controls industry and have a wide range of experience and knowledge of the industry including installation, maintenance, commissioning, design, integration and project management to the benefit of all concerned.
Whether you are a building occupier, owner, developer, facilities manager or design and build contractor, our services will ensure your building will work as it was designed to work – effectively and efficiently. Our philosophy is ensure maximum operating economy gained with minimum capital outlay.