A comprehensive metering solution for multi-building institutional properties and campuses.
QMC’s Advanced Institutional Metering (AIM) Program is a comprehensive metering solution for multi-building institutional properties and campuses.
AIM includes the integration of existing meters of all utilities, the supply and install of new meters, the deployment of a non-proprietary communications infrastructure, and the automation all of the meters onto a web-based reporting software.
Here are projects we’ve worked on recently to provide integrated metering to campuses, bases, and institutions across Canada.
Humber College wanted to isolate and monitor energy use on their two campuses, in order to better track and target energy efficiency across 47 buildings.
QMC acted as the general contractor and supplied, installed, commissioned and project managed a multi-utility metering system deployment
QMC designed, supplied and commissioned a multi-utility metering system with temperature and pressure sensors to allow for advanced energy management.
The meters and sensors operate with open-protocol, non-proprietary data loggers by QMC, allowing for seamless flow of meter data to the BAS.
QMC supplied, commissioned and integrated a multi-utility metering system to isolate the energy use of 60 separate buildings within the base.
All meters connect to data acquisition devices which allow easy data collection by fault detection software and web-based energy management software
QMC acting as general contractor to supply, install and commission metering system and web-based energy management software for the entire campus.
QMC enabled the full automation of meter reading and data collection for water, electricity and gas meters.
Using IP and IoT based technologies, QMC supports improved facility operations and sustainability initiatives for all tenants at the world class market.
QMC was recently awarded the RFP for an advanced submetering system at Laurentian University in Sudbury.
QMC will be deploying electrical, gas, thermal and water meters to isolate utility use of 19 buildings. All metered data is being integrated into the BAS.