Archives: Case Studies

Saint John’s University

October 31, 2018

To regulate the indoor atmosphere and other appliances, Saint John’s has installed KMC Controls products into approximately 25 buildings across the campus.

St. Edwards Mercy Medical Center

October 31, 2018

The versatility and flexibility of KMC, via its use of networks, allows St. Edwards to perform tasks from any PC loaded with WinControl that would otherwise involve employees walking all over the facility.

Stuart Country Day School

June 28, 2019

Stuart Country Day School was looking to improve efficiency but with KMC Commander, the project evolved into a unique learning experience for the students.

TDK’s Headway Technologies

October 31, 2018

As a direct result of energy savings, Headway Technologies/TDK was recently rewarded by Pacific Gas & Electric with a handsome rebate check for over $633,500.

The Beauregard

January 4, 2019

This luxury condominium had a malfunctioning sump pump system which flooded the underground parking garage. See how KMC Commander’s alarms keep the basement dry.

The Bullitt Center

October 30, 2018

The Bullitt Center incorporates so many state-of-the-art environmental and sustainability features that new city ordinances had to be drafted to accommodate them.

The Westin Michigan Avenue

October 31, 2018

Since precisely controlling the HVAC system would help create the comfortable environment their guests expect, building management turned to Anchor Mechanical.

TPC Deere Run

October 31, 2018

TPC at Deere Run turned to KMC Controls and Northwest Mechanical to provide a flexible DDC system to monitor the building’s HVAC from a common front end.

University of Guelph

October 31, 2018

KMC Canada has integrated controls in nearly all campus buildings to ensure that university students, faculty, and staff are comfortable.

Washington Research Library Consortium

January 4, 2019

The WRLC’s existing BAS failed to activate alarms when the phones were offline or the Internet was down. See how KMC Commander protects its fragile materials.