We’ve published two new building controls case studies on different aspects of our ongoing integration relationship with General Growth Properties. First, we took a look back at the details of a retrofit project at The Shoppes at Buckland Hills Mall. The case study focuses on The S4 Group Open: BACnet N2 router. We chose this solution because the project required us to work with the existing Johnson Controls legacy OT backbone.
The goal was to integrate into our energy and facilities front-end. The S4 router did it at a fraction of the cost of rip-and-replace. There’s more to the story too, which you can read in our Technology Case Studies section on the website.
In the second new building controls case study, we look at the Ala Moana Center Ewa Expansion project. This project is a shining example of how expansions and retrofits can enhance energy management and reduce energy consumption. This building controls case study covers the systems OTI integrated throughout the new and existing structures.