BCS offers programs customized to the specific needs of your facility. Some of the elements that can be included in our programs are:
- Scheduled Preventative Maintenance / Testing and Inspection
- Component Repair and Replacement
- 24-Hour Emergency Response
- Operator Training
- Fire Alarm Testing
- Energy Utilization Analysis
BCS services are billed to you based on your needs:
- Technical Support Programs
- Ongoing Agreements
- Contracted Work
- Time & Material Service
- New Construction or Service to Existing
Mechanical Service Department:
- Centrifugal chillers
- Chilled water systems
- Screw chillers
- Hot water systems
- Air handlers
- Scroll chillers
- Steam systems
- Reciprocating chillers
- Rooftop air conditioners
- Steam boilers
- Air cooled chillers
- Server room air conditioners
- Cooling towers
- Hot water boilers
- Condensing units
- Water cooled chillers
- Split system air conditioners
We are organized to work with you. We will help you with systems management and HVAC maintenance of your commercial building. Our area of expertise includes, but is not limited to: maintenance, repair, and overhaul of the following types of commercial and industrial equipment.
Trane + Carrier + York + McQuay + Governair + others…
We are organized to work with you to solve (your) challenges in systems management and HVAC maintenance of commercial buildings. Our mechanical services department is designed to provide our customers with a more complete support system, whether it is solving problems on controls or related mechanical equipment. Our customers depend on our engineers, technicians, and administrative staff for their day to day operating (needs/ questions/ answers/ help).
Steve Mankins, Service Manager, and his staff of trained technicians, can maintain, repair, and overhaul chillers, boilers, fans, water/steam systems, air handlers, and air conditioning equipment made by Trane, Carrier, York, McQuay, Governair and others. Skills provided by Steve and his crew ensure the operation of the mechanical HVAC equipment in your facility. Call or email Steve at SMankins@bldgcontols.com for immediate repair, seasonal preparation, or long-term maintenance.
In order for your facility’s many Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems to operate most efficiently and most cost effectively, your temperature controls need to be clean, calibrated, and operating correctly.
Most facilities have different types of temperature control devices, often from different manufacturers: some air operated (pneumatic), some electrically operated, and some electronically operated. Within the same building the ages of individual devices may vary greatly. [Read More]
Your building’s automation control system is your point of access for monitoring, control and scheduling of the many components within your facility. Automation systems control many different building loads based on time of day or any number of other criteria.
Because heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment can represent a sizable portion of your building’s energy consumption, correct operation and scheduling of your automation system is crucial to your bottom line. [Read More]
Energy has become a major factor in the cost of doing business. Within a facility lighting, mechanical equipment, computers, elevators, and process equipment; all require sizable amounts of gas or electricity.
But not only does today’s facility manager need to be concerned with total energy consumption; in the case of your electricity bill, demand is just as important. Demand is that measure of the rate at which your facility uses electricity and in some cases it may represent as much as 50% of your total bill. [Read More]
Your building’s Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) mechanical systems represent a large portion of your investment in your building and their correct operation is vital to the day-to-day operations of your business.
These mechanical systems are large users of energy and in these days of fluctuating energy costs, even a small loss in a system’s efficiency can translate into large increases in your energy bills. [Read More]
Your facility’s fire alarm system provides the vital role of:
- Life safety protection of your employees and customers
- Asset protection for your facility
- Meeting the requirements of your insurance underwriter as well as the local authority having jurisdiction
Proper ongoing maintenance and periodic testing of your fire alarm system are required, and that is where the BCS Fire Alarm Services TSP can help. [Read More]
At Building Controls and Services, we have extensive experience in all facets of security design, including:
- Hospitals and other Medical Facilities
- Commercial Office Buildings
- Public Transportation Facilities / Airports
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Schools and Colleges
- Financial Institutions
- Industrial Facilities
Training classes are available at our office in Wichita or on your site. For date and tuition, contact Building Controls and Services, Inc. at (316)267-5814. [Read More]