GSTT BMS Case Study

In August 4, 2015
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Following a case study that was published last year by Better Health Care regarding the implementation of a centrally controlled BMS for multiple remote sites by Siemsatec for one of our key clients, the attached publication shows the results and the satisfaction of the end user to be able to monitor and control the remote sites from the comfort of their office rather than having to travel to each site in the event of an issue.

Eng CS Guys and St Thomas Hospital 2014 LR

Nick Chinnery

After training as an apprentice electrician in the early 1990’s, I moved away from electrical installations to become an engineer with Honeywell. This is where I discovered BMS and soon wanted to move into this area of the industry, leading me to look for a role where I could retrain to become a BMS engineer.

I started Siemsatec in 2004 with a view to assisting controls companies with their engineering requirements. The workload soon grew to a level where we had to expand to meet the increasing demand. My outlook for the business then changed from being a commissioning services company into striving to run a BMS company that has a friendly, approachable image for our clients.

In conjunction with running the business, I have a passion for life in the company of my family and friends with an enthusiasm for adventure.

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