Can a Trane BMS System Be Upgraded to Tridium?

November 21, 2022 By Mid-Atlantic Controls 4 minute read

A major financial institution wanted to upgrade its existing Trane legacy control system.

 MACC offered them an option to upgrade their Trane system to current technology levels. 

The solution would also provide a clear path toward an open systems framework moving to the future.

MACC used the Tridium JACE product line to upgrade the existing Trane BMS at significant savings well below Trane’s…


[GUIDE] - What Is Distech ENVYSION?

August 3, 2016 By Mid-Atlantic Controls 3 minute read

ENVYSION is a visual, web-based building management system created by Distech Controls to integrate with open platform building automation systems and various building features. The visualization of building data helps management and facility managers make faster and better decisions when it comes to managing a commercial building.


Independent Controls Contractor or HVAC Equipment Manufacturer?

October 14, 2015 By Midatlanticcontr 3 minute read

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?


Building Automation In Houses Of Worship

July 22, 2015 By Mid-Atlantic Controls 2 minute read

Churches and buildings being used for worship ceremonies present very unique challenges for building automation, as well as great opportunities in the way of energy management. While churches often have large open spaces that require a great deal of energy to heat or cool, the main chapel or worship room usually only gets used a few times a week. A building automation system is a great way to…


Is Your Facilities Team Mobile Yet?

June 10, 2015 By Mid-Atlantic Controls 2 minute read

85% of facility managers oversee more than one physical location and many oversee dozens over vast regions. Facility teams are generally responsible for cutting building costs and reducing energy use, but doing so is nearly impossible without direct access to energy usage data and the right set of energy reduction tools.