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LKCM Headwater Investments Announces New Company, Building Controls & Solutions
Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas – December 2, 2019 – LKCM Headwater Investments is excited to announce the formation of a new company, Building Controls & Solutions, a leading provider of energy management, building controls, automation and gas detection solutions for the commercial building community. This new company will include a family of three companies, including Relevant Solutions-Building Solutions division, Amcon Controls and INTEC Controls, to provide increased distribution of products, value-added services, and cloud solutions to help companies improve their HVAC, lighting, energy, security, garage and safety capabilities
It is with great pleasure that we announce a merger between Relevant Solutions (the Building Solutions division & INTEC Controls) and Amcon Controls.
Amcon Controls, INTEC Controls, and the Building Solutions division of Relevant Solutions will now fall under our new family name, Building Controls & Solutions. Our combined forces will bring stronger partnerships between you, our customer, and more resources to help your business succeed.
As we settle into our new name you can expect the company to continuously grow through new branches and expanded inventory, all while sharpening our expertise and skills. In addition to distributing products from our key manufacturing partners, our team provides value added services to our valued customers, such as on-site job estimates, design drawing/take offs, programming, engineering, panel fabrication, system start-up/commissioning and technical training.
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INTEC Controls is a leading provider of Gas Detection controllers and sensors. Our team of professionals, with over a hundred years of combined field-extensive experiences, continues to push conventional standards in reliability and safety.
Smart Buildings Driving U.S. Energy Efficiency Spending
Source: Facility Executive
More than half of global organizations plan to increase energy efficiency spending in next 12 months, finds Johnson Controls' annual survey.
November 19, 2018
U.S. organizations are planning to increase investments in smart building measures – including building controls and building systems integration – at a greater rate than more traditional energy efficiency measures, according to Johnson Controls’ 2018 Energy Efficiency Indicator (EEI) survey.
The survey of nearly 2,000 facility and energy management executives from 20 countries found that 57 percent of organizations in the United States and 59 percent of global organizations plan to increase investment in energy efficiency in the next year.