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Reliable Controls is a proud member of the United States, Canadian, and Australian Green Building Councils and have LEED certified facilities around the globe.

Learn how the Reliable Controls MACH-System can maximize the LEED points on your next construction project, LEED for New Construction (LEED-NC), or your existing building, LEED 2009 for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance (LEED-EB)

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BACnet® has been designed specifically to meet the communication needs of building automation and control systems for applications such as heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning control, lighting control, access control, and fire detection systems.

The BACnet protocol provides mechanisms by which computerized equipment of arbitrary function may exchange information, regardless of the particular building service it performs.

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From individual buildings to entire communities, Green Star is transforming the way our built environment is designed, constructed and operated.

Launched by the Green Building Council of Australia in 2003, Green Star is Australia's only national, voluntary, rating system for buildings and communities.


NABERS is a national rating system that measures the environmental performance of Australian buildings, tenancies and homes. Put simply, NABERS measures the energy efficiency, water usage, waste management and indoor environment quality of a building or tenancy and its impact on the environment.

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The EnOcean Alliance develops and promotes self-powered wireless monitoring and control systems for sustainable buildings by formalizing the interoperable wireless standard. EnOcean is the Wireless Standard for Green and Sustainable Buildings.

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A net-zero energy building is a building with zero net energy consumption, meaning the total amount of energy used by the building on an annual basis is equal to the amount of renewable energy generated. A net-zero energy building produces enough energy (as through solar panels or passive heating) to offset any energy consumed.


Gateway Shopping Centre

Palmerston, Northern Territory, AustraliaOct 18, 2019
Gateway Shopping Centre in Palmerston, near the capital city of Darwin in Northern Territory, Australia, is a convenient, modern shopping center with 60 stores, including Darwin’s newest concept Woolworths Superstore; BIG W; a movie theater with six screens and Darwin’s only V-Max stadiums with Dolby Atmos sound; and Adventure Land, a 1,100-square-meter state-of-the-art indoor children’s party and play zone. Gateway has 1,400 free parking spaces, many of which are shaded and covered.


Gillam Town Centre

Gillam, MB, CanadaFeb 22, 2016
Gillam Town Centre is a multi-phase, multi-year, multi-programmed project designed to strengthen the liveability and physical core of Gillam, a small urban settlement South of Churchill, Manitoba. As the epicentre of Manitoba’s burgeoning hydroelectric economy, the population is expected to more than triple in the next 15-20 years.


Metropolis at Metrotown

Vancouver, BC, CanadaAug 21, 2015
Metropolis at Metrotown is the largest shopping mall in British Columbia, and the second largest in Canada. In addition to an entertainment complex and direct Skytrain access, the Metrotown complex consists of 470 stores under one roof, over one million square feet of covered parking, and two 30-storey office towers. View the Metrotower III video


Link Shopping Centers

Hong Kong, ChinaAug 21, 2015
Link Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is one of the world's largest REITs with assets in the neighborhood of US$3.3 billion. With over 180 properties, primarily shopping malls and carparks in the greater Hong Kong area, Link's portfolio consists of approximately 1,022,000 m2 (11 million ft2) of retail space and 80,000 carpark spaces.


IKEA Centennial

Centennial, CO, United StatesAug 21, 2015
Centennial IKEA, a two-year old building, had most equipment close to catastrophic failure due to initial improper control and design.


75 O'Riordan Street

Sydney, NSW, AustraliaAug 21, 2015
Forming part of Sydney Corporate Park, 75-85 O'Riordan Street is fast becoming Australia's hottest retail strip - a rising star on Sydney's corporate landscape that encapsulates the finest in lifestyle amenities and facilities.