ESC Automation has installed over 3000 projects ranging from small schools, high-end homes, government military facilities, hospitals, labs, universities, airports, and long-term care facilities.
New Construction and ongoing maintenance of a 17 floor hospital tower; the main pavilion for the Vancouver General Hospital.
New Construction and ongoing fit-out of a multi-use office and retail space with complete HVAC, smoke removal and lighting control systems.
Complete DDC retrofit to include main mechanical systems, emergency generation and lighting control.
Complete and ongoing DDC retrofit to existing HVAC.
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A complete retrofit of an outdated pneumatic mechanical system with a new Delta Controls BMS. Integration of this new HVAC system and an existing Douglas Lighting Control system provided the building's operators with a complete energy management package.
Complete DDC retrofit of their Barber Coleman HVAC control system. WIth the new Delta Controls BMS, integration of their HVAC and GE lighting controls provided for more complete energy management opportunities.
This leading research facility includes fume hood integration as well as the room pressurization and control precision required for a cutting-edge laboratory environment.
Park Place is a 35 storey office tower first, and was completed in 1984. It stands at 140 m and is one of the tallest buildings in the downtown core of Vancouver.
Originally the location for BC Tel office, now this is one of the TELUS Mobility cellular offices serving the lower mainland.
Broadway Tech Centre is a 17 acre urban business campus serving the Greater Vancouver area.
Situated on the campus of BC Children's Hospital and BC Women's Hospital & Health Care Centre, it is home to more than 200 researchers and over 300 trainees.
Home to both EA Canada and Black Box studios, this cutting edge video game development studio is home to the Electronic Arts worldwide motion capture studio.
Fraser Heights Recreation Centre is a community recreation centre featuring a fitness center, two full-sized gymnasiums and various multi-purpose rooms.
Located in the heart of downtown, this luxury hotel has been serving guests to the Vancouver area since 1973. From the time it was constructed to 2003, it was the tallest hotel in the area and still holds the record for having the largest number of hotel rooms in a single building.
The Cascades Casino Resort in Langley includes a 420 seat theater, 26,000 square foot convention centre, hotel and and casino.
Matsqui Institution is a medium-security prison facility located outside of the Greater Vancouver area.
High-rise luxury residential tower in the heart of downtown Vancouver.
The Museum of Anthropology is Canada's largest teaching museum located on the University of British Columbia campus. The MOA houses over 38,000 ethnographic objects and 535,000 archeological artifacts in it's oceanside location.
One of Vancouver's finest Class AAA commercial office towers located on Burrard Inlet, this 238,389 square foot office tower is one of the premiere commercial properties in downtown Vancouver.
Completed in 2000, 1138 Melville is a 170,000 square foot, Class A office building located in the core of the central business districts of the city of Vancouver.
École Laronde is a Surrey French Immersion elementary school offering teaching from Kindergarten through Grade 7.
The South Surrey Recreation Centre is an eco-friendly, state-of-the art recreation facility that includes 2 full-sized gymnasiums, a multi-purpose gymnasium, 2 preschool rooms, community lounge, dance studio, 2000-square-foot fitness studio, and the South Surrey youth lounge.
The Royal Columbian Hospital (RCH) is the oldest hospital in British Columbia and one of the busiest in the Fraser Health Authority.
Science World at TELUS World of Science in Vancouver is a science centre run by a not-for-profit organization in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The Pacific Biological Station is the oldest fisheries research center on the Pacific coast and forms part of a network of nine major scientific facilities operated by Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
Sullivan Heights opened on October 24, 2000, and currently is home to over 1100 students (grades 8 through 12), and over 50 staff members.
The Surrey Detachment is the largest RCMP Detachment in Canada with 661 police (regular and civilian) members and a support staff of 250 municipal employees.
The Abbotsford campus was UFV's first permanent campus, which opened its doors in 1983. A new building, containing the main institution library, First Heritage Computer Access Centre, and other instructional and support areas, was opened in the fall of 1996.
The BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) provides provincial and national leadership in public health through surveillance, detection, treatment, prevention and consultation services.
Vancouver City Hall is home to Vancouver City Council in Vancouver, British Columbia and was ordered by the Vancouver Civic Building Committee in 1936.
Consolidating Vancouver Public Library's Central Branch, Federal Office Tower, retail and service facilities, the Library Square occupies a city block in Downtown Vancouver.
Grand Villa Casino is located in Burnaby, British Columbia and provides 50 gaming tables and 1000 slot machines as well as seven different restaurants, a 200 room hotel, a show lounge and conference centre.
W.E. Kinvig Elementary is an inner-city school located in Surrey, British Columbia and has a school population of about 370 students from Kindergarten to Grade Seven.
Located in the heart of Langley, the Walnut Grove Aquatic provides a variety of different swimming, fitness and community spaces for the local community.
Located in central Nanaimo, this 123 suite retirement facility combining both independent and assisted living for the island's retired population.
Longwood Brew Pub is central Vancouver Island's first Brew Pub and brews a variety of different, hand-crafted ales and lagers on site.
Woodgrove Centre features 724,713 square feet (67,328.0 m2) of retail space and is Vancouver Island’s largest shopping centre.
The Nanaimo District Secondary School is a public high school in Nanaimo, and has a capacity of about 1600 students. The school teaches students from grade 8 to grade 12 and is also home to Nanaimo's French Immersion and Francophone programs.
The Regional District of Nanaimo is a regional district located on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada with its administration offices located in Nanaimo
Wellington Secondary School is a public high school located in Nanaimo (a part of School District 68 Nanaimo-Ladysmith) teaching grades 8 through 12.
Government House is the former official residence of the Lieutenant Governors of Alberta and is currently retained for ceremonial events and entertaining.
The Alberta Legislature Building was first built between 1907 and 1913 and is the current meeting place of the Legislative Assembly and the Executive Council for the Alberta Provincial Government.
The Royal Alberta Museum is located in Edmonton, Alberta and was named the Provincial Museum of Alberta until 24 May 2005 when Queen Elizabeth II visited, bestowing royal patronage. It has a natural history exhibit, a wildlife exhibit, an entomology exhibit, a Native Culture exhibit, as well as some smaller displays.
Part of the Alberta Legislative building complex, the Terrace Building currently is home to the Alberta Treasury Board and Finance offices.
Standing at 111 meters (364 ft) or 26 stories tall, the CN tower was built and formerly owned by the Canadian National Railway Company. At the time of its construction it was the first skyscraper in Edmonton, and the tallest building in Western Canada. Its reign as Edmonton's tallest building lasted from 1966 to 1971.
This iconic building was built as the speed skating venue for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
First opened in 1986 when Vancouver hosted the world’s fair - Expo ‘86. BC Place has again hosted the world as the Official Ceremonies Venue of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Meeting student and faculty needs, reducing maintenance and energy costs, and allowing
for future expansion were of primary importance to KPU.
Whether it is modern art or the work of the Masters, environmental conditions such as
temperature and humidity need to be controlled to extremely precise levels.
When Vancouver and Whistler held the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, every
effort was made to ensure the environmental impact was kept at an absolute minimum.
Twenty Eight story tower featuring POE (Power Over Ethernet) Control Technology.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) building in Calgary, AB. A Level two lab and office facility.
3.5 Million total square feet of space, third largest airport in Canada
380 bed hospital serving southern Alberta.
Office tower and commercial center featuring the Calgary Tower.
Museum and archeological research facility
Three building complex comprised of multifunctional classroom and laboratory space
ESC Automation was responsible for installing the BMS in a new campus building which included a student services area and the campus welcome centre for visitors and prospective students. There was labaratory and classroom renewal in three other wings along with additional faculty offices.
The new installation has increased occupant comfort throughout the building. Furthermore, the installation of the VFD’s and occupancy sensors has created energy savings for the buildings because the fan systems are not running constantly anymore.
Originally called the Olive Devaud Residence, was built in 1966. After identifying a need for more beds and programs for the elderly, WCV was constructed adding 17 beds to the 85 bed facility.
CCIS is the first of its kind of facility in Canada, and one of just a handful around the world.
The AGA was a newly constructed building integrated with the City of Edmonton's Light Rail Transit (LRT) system.
Edmonton LRT was a retrofit completed in 2002 which included 10 Stations and 6 associated buildings.
As one of eight cyclotron facilities in Canada, this facility advances health care for Canadians.
Built in 1900, Vancouver General Hospital is the largest hospital in BC. The Delta Controls system has been a part of Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) since 1987. ESC has been integrating to multiple hospital systems such as the fire, mechanical, gas, and chiller systems. Over the past two decades, there have been over 35,000 points installed...
Built to LEED Gold Standards in 2013 James Park Elementary is a multi-use facility which includes classrooms, offices, a gymnasium, and a daycare.
The WaterPark Place III building in the heart of downtown Toronto, is the first LEED® Platinum Core and Shell Tower in Toronto.
The Brampton Soccer Centre was built in 2007 in response to residents’ strong desire for a dedicated soccer facility. Inside, the Brampton Soccer Centre features four indoor turf soccer fields and a number of community rooms.
ESC Automation Toronto had to design and install the HVAC system in the new zones while maintaining the legacy systems in the hospital.
We managed mechanical, electrical, millwrights, and balancing subcontractors. The archives building was upgraded with a complete BACnet BAS enabled solution. Along with the integrated mechanical systems, a total of 34 Delta VAV BACnet controllers were used.
ESC Automation Toronto Inc. was able to upgrade and retrofit the existing legacy third party system to enteliWEB (Delta Controls’ building management software) within a very short time frame. ESC Automation Toronto Inc. organized the electrical trades to work during the unoccupied periods allowing seamless installation.
ESC Automation Toronto, which opened its doors in 2014, is part of the Delta Hotels and Resorts chain. ESC Automation was responsible for providing controls for all major mechanical systems, including in-suite room controls linked to the hotel reservation system as part of the integrated management of the facility
Scheduled for completion in May 2015, ESC Automation was responsible for the PoE installation inside The Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts (MIWSFPA) for Brock University. The new facility will be home to 50 full-time faculty and part-time instructors, along with over 500 students.
Managed by Oxford Properties, 100 Adelaide will have integrated management of all its systems to create an efficient approach to managing their energy and sustainability platforms.
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