Comprehensive Energy Services (CES) announced the creation of a new value-added partnership with Siemens Building Technologies to offer its customers the latest in the Building Automation Systems (BAS) field.
The partnership allows CES, which is a BAS provider, to have the opportunity to provide an advanced option relating to new construction or existing building control system retrofits.
Building automation systems are the means to lowering demand-side energy usage, and reducing ownership and operating costs for facility owners and operators alike, CES said, adding that as legacy systems reach their useful life expectancy, owners face challenges with identifying their best system replacement option taking into account system architecture, existing HVAC infrastructure, first costs, and on-going system support after the initial sale.
“Siemens BAS products are a standard for many design engineers within our marketplace,” said Shane Lantz, CES’s Vice President of Service Sales. “At CES, our history of successful BAS installations and service support separate us from the local competition. As CES increases resource commitments in branch offices throughout the state, our Siemens partnership opens new doors.”
CES self-performs a full range of advanced HVAC/R office, healthcare, hospitality, industrial, retail and light commercial services including mechanical engineering, design and construction, plumbing, BAS, maintenance and system retrofit solutions.
As a technology partner, service provider, system integrator and product vendor, Siemens Building Technologies Division has offerings for fire protection, life safety and security as well as building automation, heating, ventilation and air conditioning HVAC, and energy management.