Building Automation

Intensive energy consumers, such as HVAC systems, are routinely scheduled in most of the 177 buildings on campus to accommodate both peak cooling, heating, and occupant demands. These control strategies conserve energy and continue to advance operating efficiency. Monitoring and alarming capabilities on HVAC systems allow for instant identification of operational issues so effective troubleshooting and system analysis can be performed to safeguard mission-critical teaching, research labs, offices, residence halls, and other facilities remain fully functional.

UCF's latest Building Automation Standards can be found under Forms and Procedures