Automated Logic Awarded $9 Million World Trade Center Project

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Automated Logic (ALC), a provider of building automation solutions, has been selected by Silverstein Properties to provide the building automation system for 3 World Trade Center (WTC).

Automated Logic is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies. Automated Logic is also currently working on the 4 WTC and 2 WTC, also being developed by Silverstein Properties, which were awarded in 2010.

Automated Logic will deliver a building automation solution that provides control and monitoring of heating, cooling and fire alarm systems as well as a direct interface with an innovative 1.2 MW PureCell fuel cell system designed by UTC Power.

The project will consist of control and monitoring of more than 15,000 points and will include two WebCTRL servers, 4 BACnet operator workstations, 100 Mbps network infrastructure and 90 primary DDC panels.


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