Sirus has been installing and commissioning Building Management Systems (BMS) for 30 years. We have delivered complex BMS projects in everything from large pharmaceuticals and data centres to hospitals and retail units. These projects include Qualified BMS (QBMS) and non-qualified BMS (nQBMS). Our experience in managing these varied building automation projects has helped us to develop the highest standards for project execution. Our full service involves…
BMS preliminary design, P&ID schematics, layouts and construction details.
Supply & Install
Sirus’ long-standing partners, Siemens, provide intelligent building automation systems that can be used in all building types and sizes to reduce energy consumption without sacrificing comfort.
Tridium’s Niagara Framework® enables the integration of disparate systems and devices – regardless of manufacturer or communication protocol – into a unified platform.
ABB Cylon delivers scalable, front-end building automation solutions, open protocol building controls, and cloud-based energy analytic tools to meet the need of today’s high-performance, green-conscious commercial facilities.
Sirus have a strong focus on maintenance and full lifecycle support of your facility. Our service engineers provide BMS maintenance and support for both new and legacy systems.
Changes to the configuration and operation of the BMS in any building can generate very significant energy savings and reduction in expenditure without updating or changing any equipment.
Remote BMS Monitoring
Sirus can provide off-site BMS Monitoring, which allows us to host the client BMS and Energy Monitoring Systems on Sirus servers, via a web connection. We can manage, maintain and optimise the clients BMS using our remotely based Energy Bureau.
Sirus BMS Case Studies
Unit 13, The Westway Centre
Dublin, D12 FW63
Unit 2018, Orchard Avenue
Citywest Business Campus
Dublin, D24 FR88
Unit 5, Centrepoint
Marina Commercial Park
Cork, T12 H7DV
Unit 4, Eastgate Way
Eastgate, Little Island
Cork, T45 FC03
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