Commercial Buildings & Other Facilities

HVAC Concepts has decades of experience designing, installing, maintaining and monitoring Building Automation Systems (BAS) and Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS) applications for the commercial buildings market and other facilities. It is common to have a Building Automation Systems utilized in a larger commercial building and facilities. As a result, HVAC Concepts has become a renowned Master Systems Integrator.

It is common to have a BAS utilized in large commercial buildings and facilities. But HVAC Concepts has the experience and expertise to provide economical end-to-end integrated solutions whether a building or facility is 5,000 sq. ft. or over 500,000 sq. ft., is a single building or is a large campus. HVAC Concepts provides open architected solutions so building owners or managers are always in control of their building automation requirements.

  • Office Buildings
  • High-Rise Residential
  • Financial Offices & Branches
  • Education
  • Entertainment & Sports
  • Telecommunications
  • Religious
  • Retail
  • Medical & Laboratory
  • Warehouse & Cold Storage
  • Large Enterprises

Convenience Stores & Food Retail

From 3,000 sq. ft. convenience stores to supermarket stores over 40,000 sq. ft., HVAC Concepts offers comprehensive integrated solutions to meet the unique needs of this market. Convenience stores and food retail facilities require interoperability between the more traditional Building Automation Systems (BAS) and many more unique systems and equipment to have an effective integrated solution that delivers both energy savings and operational efficiencies. The proper operation and maintenance of convenience stores and food retail facilities can minimize the risks of:

  • Product Spoilage
  • Food Safety Violations
  • Poor Customer Satisfaction
  • Supply Chain Issues
  • Regulation Compliance Violations


As a Master Systems Integrator, HVAC Concepts understands the unique and additional factors that face this market and has experience designing and implementing comprehensive store automation solutions that can include real-time remote monitoring and onsite management systems to mitigate or eliminate these risks. Some of the convenience stores and food retail systems HVAC Concepts has experience integrating and monitoring are:

  • Food Cooking Equipment
  • Food Scales
  • Refrigeration & Freezers
  • Drink Dispensers
  • Water Meters & Water Filtration
  • Wastewater Systems & Grease Traps
  • Access Doors – Cooler, Freezer, Vendor & Customer
  • Irrigation
  • Indoor & Outdoor Lighting
  • Signage
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
  • Fuel Storage & Pumping
  • Electric & Gas Meters

Data Centers

Data Centers do have unique variables to consider relative to other types of buildings or facilities. Two variables that are core to all data centers, from a building automation perspective, is heat dissipation and energy usage. Whether the data center is a large warehouse-sized facility or a smaller dedicated-server space in a building, HVAC Concepts understands the variables and how to best implement and manage the design requirements and system integration, as well as to ensure there is no down-time of a data center caused by a Building Automation System (BAS) malfunction. HVAC Concepts has extensive experience providing BAS design and integration services for data centers belonging to many of the world’s largest data-centric organizations.




Government Buildings & Facilities

HVAC Concepts has been working with local, state and federal government agencies for decades, providing reliable Building Automation Systems (BAS) and Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS) solutions. HVAC Concepts has experience working in some of the most data-secure facilities in the world and has earned the trust of the most security-conscientious agencies by implementing BAS and EMIS solutions to meet their unique requirements. As a Master Systems Integrator, HVAC Concepts has the experience and knowledge of what it takes to work in some of the most sensitive environments in the world.





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