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    Sustainable and energy-efficient buildings

    Whether you call your buildings ‘Smart’ or ‘Connected’, it is essentially about having all of the necessary information at your fingertips in order to make informed decisions – and it’s not just loads of info – it has to be the right information, properly displayed with key takeaways for building managers to act upon the received reports of how the connected building is performing and what should be improved.

    There are three broad trends that all building managers need to address

    1. The first is the demand for healthy buildings, which predominantly centres around air quality, temperature and humidity. 
    2. Second is growing demand for sustainable, energy efficient, low carbon buildings. 
    3. And finally, there’s a need for buildings to deliver a high degree of flexibility so they can accommodate the variable needs of occupants: daily, weekly and into the future.

    Healthy buildings are designed to improve comfort, confidence and productivity of the people who use them. Indoor Air Quality will now be a crucial factor for employees and should form part of the energy, wellbeing and safety strategies of every mechanical ventilation installation - new buildings or retrofit projects. Our experts can help you manage your built environment and to plan for future requirements.

    Here are some of the topics we can help you with

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    Achieving zero energy goals requires consuming only as much energy as it is needed on site. The BEMS gives the insight into how the energy consuming building is operating, providing the opportunity to change and reduce the consumption helping the leadership to take the first steps toward net-zero emissions.

    Providing great working environment attracts talent and maximise productivity of people working in the building. Maintaining data will improve the workplace and help to achieve efficient, healthy and sustainable offices. With BEMS you can measure and improve the health of your building and improve the wellbeing of your employees.

    Sustainable buildings are key part of business development focusing on increasing the efficiency of resource that are used in the building. Detection system adapts and change automatically through usage helping with energy saving and reducing the impact on human health and environment for improved working conditions.

    The BEMS system supports space optimisation helping to make the most effective use of any commercial building. With data and high-level analytics the building managers identify the busy areas, or those which are under-utilised, helping to make strategic decisions for an affordable use of the spaces, significant cost reduction and sustainability achievement.

    Ensuring your commercial spaces work well for you

    Healthy, sustainable and flexible buildings not only require advanced Building Management Systems, also being called Building Operating System (BOS), they also need to be intelligently designed and properly implemented. Their ultimate success is dependent on the effective incorporation of forward-thinking system integrators, both pre- and post-occupancy. It’s only when the system’s design team is fully involved in the wider project that the greatest benefit can be delivered.

    And it’s not just a matter of delivering today’s tech – there needs to be a clear and cost-effective upgrade path. This requires specialist knowledge and access to best-in-class hardware and software. It also needs to be properly planned from the outset of a project – these are no ‘bolt on’ technologies; this is core functionality. 

    To ensure a building project fully returns on its investment it is essential to talk to Trend today.

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    With offices re-opened, occupants want credible information and improved visibility of how building technology is protecting their workplaces and to demonstrate what has been done to ensure that the building they enter is safe, energy efficient and an optimal working environment.