BG Energy Solutions achieves Trend Technology Centre (TTC) accreditation

19th July 2016

Sheffield-based BG Energy Solutions (BGES) specialist in the delivery of intelligent building controls solutions - has been awarded Trend Technology Centre (TTC) accreditation.

This prestigious status is awarded to Systems Integrators that demonstrate they can meet defined high standards of workmanship, contract management, documentation and quality control. All are subject to regular audits to ensure these standards are being maintained. BGES joins an exclusive list of around 50 building controls companies in the UK that have achieved TTC status. BGES is one of only a handful of those that are still privately owned, and therefore truly independent. The company is the only TTC in the Sheffield and South Yorkshire area. Trend is the UK leading manufacturer of building management systems, and is owned by Honeywell, a global leader in the industry. Its fully integrated control solutions are able to meet the most complex requirements of modern buildings. BGES has over 21 years of experience integrating Trend Control systems across a range of sectors, including hospitals, hotel and leisure facilities, offices and industrial sites. Gareth Barber, Managing Director of BGES said; -As a company we have worked hard to achieve TTC status. For our customers it provides robust, independent assurance that BGES offers exceptional standards of technical expertise and delivery, as well as a thorough approach to quality control. BGES delivers turnkey solutions for energy efficiency to industry and the built environment. As well as building controls solutions, the company provides a range of services including remote energy management; monitoring and targeting, and demand response strategies.

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