University of Central Florida
MSI chose T.A.C. Controls (Schneider Electric Company) as its automation team member for this mission critical research facility. The five-story Burnett Research Laboratory is the primary facility for the new UCF Medical School and the Lake Nona Medical City currently under construction south of the Orlando Airport.
The web-server based system provides control of all air handling systems, and integration with all laboratory pressurization controls provided by Phoenix Controls and Strobic Air exhaust systems. Additionally the T.A.C automation system controls the central Clever-Brooks steam boilers, variable speed drives and lighting systems on the project. Total point count for the project was in excess of 3,000 points of control.
Utilization of the T.A.C controls and software developed by MSI is assisting the design/construction team in attaining LEED Certification for this important research facility. MSI teamed up with Whiting Turner Construction and Modern Plumbing to provide this state-of-the-art facility for the UCF Medical School.