13 08 2021

All Systems Go

2023-01-05T11:32:37+11:0013 August 2021|

When it comes time to hand over the keys to a building, how can you be sure that the systems will operate as intended? Sean McGowan opens a door onto the vital work of commissioning. Commissioning is vital in ensuring a building’s HVAC services operate as designed and intended at the completion of an installation. We asked three experts about the challenges of this process: Mark Jacobson M.AIRAH, commissioning an [...]

25 08 2020

Major Perth Data Centre Project Recently Handed Over to NEXTDC

2020-08-25T02:55:20+10:0025 August 2020|

ECS are proud to have been part of the commissioning team who recently handed over Perth’s latest data centre NEXTDC P2. Multiple ‘firsts’ made this project a unique experience for our very experienced mission critical team. The stringent testing regimes that are required for successful delivery of Mission Critical Infrastructure are always a challenge, however the team on the NEXTDC P2 project have been among the [...]

23 07 2020

New appointments within ECS emphasise dual focus of technical excellence and client centricity 

2021-09-17T16:26:13+10:0023 July 2020|

Engineering Commissioning Services (ECS) a Tetra Tech Company, is delighted to announce the appointments of Martin McGrath to the position of National Mission Critical Manager and Matthew Giubin to the role of NSW/ACT State Manager.  Martin, who was previously the NSW/ACT State Manager, has for the past 12 months helped deliver a range of high-profile data centre projects across Australia. His broad technical ski [...]

23 07 2020

Savings to be had in undertaking building services upgrades now

2020-07-23T00:13:54+10:0023 July 2020|

Current low occupancy rates in commercial and retail buildings due to COVID-19 restrictions offer building owners and managers an unparalleled opportunity to upgrade building services faster and cheaper than ever before.   Services upgrades, such as chiller replacements, are typically required to be undertaken outside of business hours to minimise disruption to building users, often resulting in increased labour c [...]

21 05 2020

There is still a need to maintain unoccupied buildings

2020-05-21T23:20:59+10:0021 May 2020|

As large numbers of us have embraced working from home during the Covid-19 crisis, many building operators are faced with managing facilities which are now empty or only partially occupied. How do we now manage buildings to minimize operating costs while being prepared to turn it all back on when business-as-usual resumes? Many building operators assume that building services can be switched off, unfortunately it’ [...]

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