State of Michigan Library and Historic Center
Matrix was the prime consultant and engineer to replace all temperature, mechanical, lighting, and related controls throughout the State of Michigan Library and Historical Center with a new direct digital control (DDC) system. This DDC system included LON and/or BacNET interoperable system controllers and Tridium network area controllers. The centralized DDC control system enabled remote operator, trending, scheduling, and alarm features. All pneumatic controls were converted to DDC with new electric actuators and/or variable frequency drives to reduce energy consumption. Matrix performed the required fieldwork, complete drawings indicating the existing controls and their associated equipment locations and provided a construction cost estimate.
Project consisted of removing existing DDC control system throughout the approximately 14,000 square foot building and installing a new Tridium DDC control system. The new controls were tied into a central control system located at another facility. Matrix performed the required fieldwork, complete drawings indicating the existing controls and their associated equipment locations and provided a construction cost estimate. Matrix also performed commissioning services on the building to verify the controls were operating properly.
CATA Lansing Headquarters
Matrix provided mechanical and electrical engineering to change the old controls out at CATA Lansing Headquarters with new Tridium control system. The project included upgrading programming, changing remote components and system graphics.