Granlund offers Finland’s most extensive expertise in building automation design for both new construction and renovation. Our experts also provide a wide range of consulting services for all phases of the automation system lifecycle.
True building automation professionals
Granlund employs approximately 50 automation designers. Our projects are always carried out by the best experts in the industry. The execution of building automation solutions and their functionality have a significant impact on the wellbeing of the users of the building and on taking their needs into account. This is why it is important to ensure that building automation remains functional throughout the entire property lifecycle.
Energy efficiency relies on automation
Well-functioning building automation is the most important means of ensuring that a property is energy-efficient. Energy consumption can be optimised by adjusting and controlling technical building services and, consequently, these issues must be taken into account already at the design and construction phase, and especially during the introduction phase and when the property is actually used. In addition, this ensures optimal indoor conditions. It is also possible to apply for energy aid from the State for energy efficiency projects.
Professionally designed automation makes properties smarter
Digitalisation offers new opportunities for developing user orientation in properties. For this reason, we participate actively in IoT and Smart Building development projects and encourage our customers to implement new alternatives. With digital tools, such as information modelling and analytics, the data in the automation system can be truly and fully utilised.
Granlund’s building automation services
- Audits and surveys
- Energy strategy consulting
- Ensuring in-use functionality
- Building automation strategies and lifecycle reviews
- Building automation design
- Building development and monitoring
- Smart Building consulting
- Monitoring services during warranty
- Quality assurance at the hand-over and introduction phase