Engineered Controls – An Innovative Leader in Energy Management Solutions
Creating efficient, safe and comfortable building environments since 1994, Engineered Controls, Inc. is a leading building control technology contractor in Nebraska and Iowa.
Engineered Controls offers a complete turnkey building control solutions including system design, new construction and owner-direct retrofit sales, installation, repair service, and preventative maintenance work for smart buildings. In our 23 years of operation, Engineered Controls has provided innovative and cost effective building control solutions to over 3,000 satisfied customers.
With offices in Omaha and Lincoln, NE, today Engineered Controls employs over 90 people who collectively represent over 825 years of industry experience. Engineered Controls is a fully-licensed electrical contracting firm, with journeyman and apprentice electricians on staff, and is aligned with Honeywell as an Authorized Control Integrator (ACI) contractor. For over 20 years, Engineered Controls has consistently ranked in the top three of Honeywell’s Elite ACI club of advanced building automation contractors, awarded annually to the top ten in the nation. Additionally, Engineered Controls has been honored to receive Honeywell’s National Contractor of the Year award on four different occasions.
As such, Engineered Controls provides a very valuable function in bridging the gap between mega technology companies like Honeywell and our thousands of commercial customers who use Honeywell building technology products every day. Our team offers a wide range of products and services in the areas of advanced HVAC building controls, building automation systems, facility system integration, energy management, lighting systems, energy metering systems, gas detection and refrigerant monitoring systems, intrusion detection, video surveillance and access control systems, and parking management systems.
Our experience in building control technologies extends across a wide spectrum of facility types including commercial office, health care, industrial, government and military, hotels, museums, sports and entertainment, educational and public buildings. The cover photo of the Engineered Controls team was taken at one of our current projects underway: Metropolitan Community College, Fort Omaha campus, in the Central Utility Plant building.
Engineered Controls is presently working at the new $90 million expansion at Metropolitan Community College’s Fort Omaha technology center, which is aimed to provide improved job training for more students in the trades and technology fields. With the use of private and public funding, MCC is building three new facilities on the south end of the college’s Fort Omaha campus: an Academic Skills Center, the Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology, and the Construction Education Center. The academic programs moving into the new buildings will closely match Omaha’s job creation projections, which show construction, professional services, and the trades among the top jobs by 2020.