IFSS Group is proud and honoured to have designed and commissioned a Building Automation System for one of East and Central Africa's tallest and Africa's third tallest building, Britam Tower.
Britam tower is a 31-storey award-winning office complex located at the heart of Upper Hill, Nairobi’s financial district, boasting a very unique prismatic design and a 200-meter-high structure that commands Nairobi’s skyline.
Our WebCTRL® Building Automation, an intelligent data-driven automated system from Automated Logic is at the heart of the building’s efforts to reduce costs through energy efficiency and utility savings.
Why was it important for the Britam Tower to adapt a BMS?
Britam needed an automation tool that would not only be able to monitor the tower’s energy and utility consumption but also offer measures to aid in delivering optimal energy and operational efficiency. Leading to cost savings, reduced carbon footprints, while improving on the safety and comfort of occupants.
IFSS Group was brought onboard and tasked with designing and deploying an automation system for the tower. With our years of experience and expertise in building automation, we were able to design and propose an intelligent BMS for monitoring and easy-precise control of electrical, plumbing, HVAC, elevators, and life safety systems.
The intelligent automation at Britam Tower
Powered by Automated Logic.
The Core Benefits of IFSS Automation to Britam Tower
Direct and Indirect Benefits
Upto 39% savings on energy in comparison to a typical office building.
Upto 50% savings on water in comparison to a typical office building.
Monitoring & Control
Monitoring and controlling electrical, plumbing, HVAC, elevators, fire alarm, aircraft warning lights, and fire/smoke dampers from a single point.
An extensive support team from IFSS Group to deal with all the technicalities of building automation, taking off the workload of maintaining the system from Britam Tower.
Understanding the Tower with Ease
Collection of energy management and utility usage data and real-time analysis, reports and alerts based on occupational rates, usage history and trends.