Whether it’s a 'good old fashioned' visit to your site to service your BEMS or a remote dial in, we are with you.

When properly managed, fine-tuned, and optimised to its full potential, a BEMS is a very valuable tool within your building. Ideally keeping energy overheads and Co2 consumption as low as possible, and importantly, maintaining building comfort.

Our experiences with a myriad of BEMS systems across a broad range of estates gives us a comprehensive understanding your control systems. Pair that with an experienced team of technicians, and some very clever software, you ensure everything in your building is connected to your BEMS, and is as efficient as possible.

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Key Services

BMS Hosting

Chartwell employs the latest cutting-edge cloud-based technology allowing us to securely host a client’s BeMS headend on our servers.
The client has secure VPN encrypted access to their BeMS headend on any internet connected device such as a laptop, mobile phone, and tablet.
Our clients can rest easy in the knowledge that our secure servers are routinely backed-up, updated with the latest software patches, and monitored against cyber criminals.
This ensures complete system resilience, and exceptional data theft prevention.

Remote Alarm Monitoring

As part of our bureau services, we can offer our clients remote alarm monitoring based on their requirements.
Alarms can be monitored and routed to anyone the client requires, via email or SMS, or indeed reported via a simple phone call.

Performance Alarms

Data analytics focus on the patterns produced within BMS data to allow for fast and effective performance management. This allows Chartwell to add a new layer of alarm functionality which detects deviations in the normal patterns of operation. This can highlight occurring, and/or potential performance issues, making it easier to identify problems before they become an operational issue in your building.

Maintenance Management

The output from our data analytics enable us to direct our engineers’ activities to effectively prioritise systems with issues and/or potential faults when approaching maintenance tasks on site. This reduces the potential for plant downtime considerably.