ST. LOUIS, MO – Integrated Facility Services (IFS) has been awarded a contract to install a building automation system (BAS) as part of an $8.85 million complete renovation of Building 8 at the James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Hospital in Mountain Home, TN. The Mountain Home VAMC Campus is located outside of Johnson City, TN and serves nearly 200,000 veterans living in Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky. Valiant Construction, a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business, is the general contractor. The IFS project is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2017.
IFS will install a complete BAS controls system and integrate it with all new mechanical, HVAC, fire, water/plumbing, and lighting systems installed by others. The BAS will control air handlers, chillers, valves and lighting, with extensive trending and alarms to monitor electrical, steam, gas, lighting and water usage to ensure ongoing energy conservation. The BAS system installed as part of the Building 8 renovation will then be integrated into the existing campus infrastructure, allowing for control and monitoring of building systems from remote locations.
The IFS contract reduced the cost of the BAS system by nearly half as compared to bids submitted by other firms, according to IFS National Marketing Manager Dan Pemberton.
ABOUT INTEGRATED FACILITY SERVICES (IFS)
Integrated Facility Services (IFS) is a full-service HVAC, plumbing, piping, fire protection and building automation firm with more than 270 professional and trade employees. Established in 1966, IFS delivers integrated mechanical engineering and construction, installation, service and planned maintenance, and energy conservation solutions to ensure occupant comfort, improve efficiency and reduce operational costs. Named a 2016 Midwest Top 50 Specialty Contractor by Engineering News Record and ranked among the top five mechanical contractors in the St. Louis region, IFS serves clients in Missouri and Illinois, with offices in St. Louis and Columbia. For more information, call (636) 680-2100 or (573) 442-6100 and visit www.intfs.com.
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