Ongoing Communication, Focus on the Details
It is not by accident that we focus so much on the details: fleshing them out avoids costly mistakes.
“After working in refrigeration maintenance for over 25 years, I took on a “fixer upper” warehouse. My first initiative: replace our RCS. The system was impractical, and if the previous manufacturer had a motto, it might have been “We’re the biggest, not the best.” Our Logix system has been working like a champ for three years and has paid for itself in energy savings. When it’s time to vote for which RCS to choose, put your “x” on Logix. It’s the logical choice – they delivered everything they promised.”
Andy Barney, Maintenance Manager
Albertsons Salt Lake City
Each stage depends on continuous communication between your lead engineer and our project manager, and includes the completion of numerous milestones. Our project managers are here to help guide you through the process with clarity and ease.
Understanding and streamlining complex, high-functioning production and warehouse operations requires attention to a host of separate and often conflicting issues.
Create documentation listing all points monitored and controlled, materials and services supplied, and a specification for control strategies.
Subcontractor coordination is a big factor during the Implementation and Installation stage (three to four weeks in duration) – both in giving them design specifications of the system components (sensors, field wiring and cabling, control and monitoring points, etc.) and in supporting their installation work.
This phase typically takes four or five days. Before we leave your plant, your staff will know how to run the system and how to maintain and troubleshoot the equipment.
We are always with you 24 hours a day, whenever you need us, to make sure your system is running the way it should.