Building technology is constantly changing, and staying current can be tricky, expensive, and frequently impractical. Upgrading your legacy BMS system to a more open and modern one will help extend its lifespan while preserving as much of the initial investment as possible.
Many are wondering if their building management system is vulnerable to the Apache Log4j. The technical team at MACC is staying at the forefront of this issue, and we'll provide more information as it becomes available.
Major U.S. Banking Institution Streamlines Data Integration at their National Operations Center using Tridium Vykon
How Mid-Atlantic Controls successfully upgraded national-level facility controls despite minimal on-site access
Mid-Atlantic Controls Corporation (MACC) installs, services, and repairs control systems for a range of applications and clients, including building automation for…
Scheduled maintenance is one of the best ways to gain greater control over your facility, optimize equipment, create system efficiencies, provide a fixed budget and reduce your current operating costs. When a professional service technician maintains your control system, your facilities team can focus on their jobs and worry less about the building control systems. Unlike many service…
After installation, either by MACC or by another vendor, we provide the necessary services required to decrease operating energy costs of a facility through implementation of various techniques that improve operational efficiency of the equipment or systems controlled by a typical BAS.
Thanks to Richard Satchel and other Mid-Atlantic Controls team members that participated in a community golf tournament supporting the EOD Warrior Foundation. Many families across the U.S. know what it feels like to have a close friend or loved one fighting overseas.
These brave men put their lives on the line to keep our nation safe and protect our freedom. Every soldier that returns home…
These days when controls construction professionals gather to discuss the state of the business this subject invariably comes up, namely should the design be based on an independent controls contractor or a HVAC equipment manufacturer who offers factory installed controls with factory branch office support and service?