Sunbelt Controls introduces Cory McKnight as San Diego sales manager - San Diego, CA
Sunbelt Controls has further expanded its local workforce by hiring Cory McKnight to lead its San Diego team. With more than 10 years of sales, engineering, and project management experience in the HVAC and building automation industries, McKnight complements Sunbelt Controls’ expansion into the San Diego market.
Sunbelt Controls' President & COO, John Hansen, will be participating in an industry panel on sustainability. Join us in San Francisco on 9/12!
John Hansen will participate in a panel with the Building Industry Conference Board covering the topic, "Smarter Building in an Eco-Conscious World" on September 12th. Click here for more information, and visit www.bicb.us to get your ticket.
Sunbelt Controls selected as Controls contractor at new San Francisco 49ers Stadium - Santa Clara, CA
Sunbelt Controls has been awarded the new DDC automation system for the brand new Santa Clara stadium for the San Francisco 49er's Football organization. The 49er's executive and the Devcon/Turner construction team were impressed by Sunbelt Controls' use of the Automated Logic (ALC) WebCTRL system to offer an impressive thermographic user interface. This interface offers an instant health status of all of the ALC controlled systems in the facility, as well as provides built-in system diagnostic tools to optimize the energy use through the stadium HVAC systems. Sunbelt Controls is honored to be part of this exciting project and looks forward to the team's 2014 opening season under their system's control. Track construction progress and see live images here.
Sunbelt Controls recognizes its newest licensed engineers
Sunbelt Controls wants to congratulate 2 more of their Bay Area on-staff design engineers who have just recently passed their PE exams, and are now officially licensed mechanical "professional engineers." Congratulations to Andrew Wong & Tavis Mason for their hard work and dedication to their studies, and for passing the exams. Great job guys!
Sunbelt Controls Increases Las Vegas Capabilities
Sunbelt Controls has further expanded its local workforce by hiring John Lynch to join its Las Vegas team. With more than 16 years of HVAC project management, engineering and sales experience in the local market, Lynch bolsters Sunbelt Controls extensive service and support capabilities.
Sunbelt Controls customer Internap wins Silicon Valley Power's annual "Energy Innovator Award" - Santa Clara, CA
ALC system custom-designed and installed by Sunbelt Controls at Internap's Santa Clara data center is one of the integral components leading to 30% reduction in energy consumption compared to similar LEED certified facilities. Read more here.
Sunbelt Controls wins contract to install DDC controls at new Twitter Headquarters - San Francisco, CA
Twitter has signed lease agreements at 1355 Market Street in San Francisco for its new company headquarters. The company is in serious negotiations to add most of the 11-story building's remaining space to the 400,000 square feet of space that has already been leased. This includes 80,000 square feet of retail space that will include cafes, restaurants, a health club, and a grocery store.
Logitech selects Sunbelt Controls for DDC installation for new Headquarters - Newark, CA
The company - which makes computer and gaming mice and accessories - has moved nearly 1,000 employees from its old offices on Kaiser Drive to Newark's Pacific Research Center. Logitech, which began its move in April, now occupies 263,000 square feet in two three-story buildings on the site's south campus.
City of Vallejo awards DDC controls upgrade to Sunbelt Controls for City Hall and Library - Vallejo, CA
Sunbelt Controls to install DDC system at San Francisco Public Utilities Commission flagship facility - San Francisco, CA
525 Golden Gate is the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s new 13-story headquarters building scheduled for completion in June 2012. The building is designed to be a LEED Platinum building with many green features to significantly reduce the use of energy and water consumption, and provide a healthy office work environment with high interior air quality and natural daylight.
New Center for Science & Innovation at UCSF to feature Sunbelt Controls DDC system -San Francisco, CA
Sunbelt Controls to retrofit DDC controls at CSU Sacramento - Sacramento, CA
In order to implement an Automatic Demand Response (ADR) from the local electric utility, SMUD, Sunbelt Controls will retrofit existing DDC and pneumatic controls in seven buildings on campus to current DDC technology, and integrate the existing LON controls at the central plant. The Tridium system on campus will monitor the web based 3-stage ADR signals and broadcast to the building DDC systems in order to reduce electrical demand automatically by raising zone temperature set points and limiting fan and pump speeds at central HVAC systems throughout the campus.
Sunbelt Controls' project with CMC Biologics featured in The Seattle Times - Seattle, WA
Sunbelt Controls was able to deliver a cost-effective controls system in a tight 6-week window by integrating with existing Johnson Controls on all equipment, and also by designing a unique room pressure monitoring system that served CMC’s specific needs.
Sunbelt Controls & El Camino Hospital – Mountain View, CASunbelt Controls has been awarded a major DDC contract to migrate & upgrade the El Camino Hospital women’s campus controls system from their legacy Staefa system. This project will involve both controls and mechanical upgrades to 36 patient rooms and delivery suites.
Sunbelt Controls awarded building automation work at YouTube.
Sunbelt Controls awarded building automation work at Facebook.
Sunbelt Controls acquires EI Controls. Now offers expanded enterprise integration capabilities.
EI Controls is pleased to announce its merger with Sunbelt Controls, a leading full-service building automation contractor, effective immediately. Moving forward, all EI Controls business will be conducted as Sunbelt Controls, Enterprise Integration Division.more>>
KQED Public Media recently completed a significant step towards its green business initiatives by retrofitting its building environmental controls. By installing remotely controlled wireless thermostats to the building’s existing pneumatic system, KQED is now able to respond to high utility demands by immediately decreasing its overall system load, and thereby reduce costs substantially.more>>