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Building Controls and Automation

The MC Service philosophy and approach to Building Controls and Automation lies in our belief that having the maximum number of Building Automation System (BAS), Direct Digital Controls (DDC) and Energy Management Systems (EMS) OEM’s at your disposal, results in a much better overall operating system, thereby resulting in better efficiency of your buildings, better total cost of ownership, and proper choices of controls systems which represents your buildings personality.

We do not have our own proprietary controls company or software, nor are we affiliated with any particular brand of manufacturer. In the end, we always have your bottom line and best interest in mind.  MC Service has the expertise to incorporate all equipment operating characteristics into a buildings sequence of operation.

A controls system needs to operate the building efficiently, provide management information for operations and planning, and track problematic systems and conditions to allow preemptive corrective actions. The proper system layout should always result in the best possible energy savings, and increase the lifespan of equipment. 

MC Services provides service and support for the types of controls seen below.  

You can now schedule routine service online. For emergency situations, please call our 24 hour emergency dispatch center at 314.721.4600

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Robert A Young Federal Building Avoids HVAC Problem After Harsh Winter

The Robert A. Young Federal Building, sometimes referred to as the RAY; building, stands 20 stories tall and provides functional office space for many federal agencies.  Built in 1931, the building was originally a warehouse for the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis before the federal government acquired it in 1941.

Our bid included replacing 12 chilled water coils on AHU#3 roof mounted air house on the 11th floor.  The weather in St. Louis is always unpredictable. The overarching challenge on this project was in the tight schedule to get the project completed before the first 55 degree Fahrenheit day in spring 2014.  Due to our extensive vendor network we managed to put a plan into action based on the constant variables of warm weather, snow and ice and expedited the shipment of the necessary coils.  Ultimately, working throughout a weekend shutdown MC Service saw a small window of opportunity and completed the project 3 weeks ahead of schedule.