Central State Hospital
New facility that required a building automation system to control equipment and control energy usage.
The Central State Hospital is built on the grounds that originally housed the Central Kentucky Asylum, a building that housed the insane and juvenile delinquents. The hospital administrators faced a difficult challenge in how to control rising energy costs and engaged our Louisville team to install the Andover Continuum system, which we continue to service today.
A Closer Look
Since the hospital has unique energy demands due to the services they provide, the Andover Continuum System which is a building automation system (BAS) provides the administration to control equipment from pumps and fans to lighting and access control. This BAS system is saving them 5-20% in annual energy costs.