Engineered Control Solutions was at the National School Plant Management Association Conference on February 21-24 at the Embassy Suites Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach, SC. It was a privilege to meet School Plant Management professionals from many different states and discuss Distech Controls and how to make Building Automation systems work more efficiently while providing greater system ownership to the end user.
A common theme among those who stopped by our booth was the desire for a broader range of service and support options. Even in today’s “open protocol controls” era, many control lines still have a proprietary component that ties the end user to a specific contractor or control line for support, upgrades, and future expansion. ECS works to educate architects, engineers, and end users on how to bring BAS system ownership back to the end user.
The National School Plant Management Association (NSPMA) is a group of world class practitioners working to make the learning environment as optimal as possible for students and staff in schools across the country. They provide professional development, promote leadership through publications, conduct world class conferences, and exchange visionary ideas for the future of member schools. Visit the NSPMA web site here.
ECS will be at the Products Fair Hosted by the Charleston Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) on April 20, 2016. The Vendor Exhibits are from 4:30 to 7:30 at Charlestown Landing, Founders Hall, 1500 Old Towne Road, Charleston, SC.
We are also planning to participate in the Vendor Expo at the 2016 South Carolina Manufacturing Conference and Expo at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, SC and the 2016 SCSHE Conference in Myrtle Beach May 4-6, 2016.
If you are planning to attend any of these events, let us know so we can plan to get together and for updates from the conferences follow us on Twitter!!
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