Whatever your market is, PASCO has the solutions to make your building work. From BACnet and open systems, lighting control, energy dashboards, unit information, and heating and cooling systems that are designed specifically to your building; we are here for what you need.
Our team is there throughout the entire process, whether you’re doing new construction or updating an older system, we have you covered. Our versatile network of clients ranges from personal homeowners, to local businesses, to large corporations all across New York State. We have dedicated salesmen for each region to grow and maintain our customer relationships.
PASCO has emerged as our main controls vendor for Monroe County and has provided outstanding customer support and sales for our facilities. Their staff has been responsive and diligent in remedying any issues as they arise. We are confident that our professional relationship with PASCO will continue on this path of support and expertise that has developed over the last several years.
Principle HVAC Engineer, Monroe County
The Webster campus is the largest office space for Xerox’s global operations, with more than five million square feet of office, manufacturing, lab, and warehouse space. An Alerton BACnet system was the selection for the site-wide energy management platform. The project consists of over 30,000 points with integration to numerous third party vendors.
PASCO enabled massive integration of existing equipment: Liebert units, Honeywell VAV boxes, Square D sub-metering equipment, chillers from York and Carrier, ABB boiler controls, Atlas Copco and Elliott Air Compressors, and a NALOC system for hot water, steam and cooling tower water treatments.A data historian is also used for long term storage of historical trend data and for measurement and verification purposes.
To integrate versus replace saved Xerox a tremendous amount of money on first costs and added to the longevity of its controls. Progression of the initial upgrade revealed other energy-saving opportunities: Implementation and expansion of the DDC system into a demand control ventilation (DCV) project reduced outside air–while still effectively monitoring CO2 levels–and resulted in a project ROI in less than 2 years.
Formerly Xerox Tower, Innovation Square will encompass entire city block, including a 30-story high-rise building, a 750 person auditorium, a small out-parcel building, and a full parking garage underneath. The collaborative campus is retrofitted as housing, commercial , and college student living spaces with connections to high-tech companies in Downtown Rochester.
Campus systems controlled and monitored include a CHP (combined heat and power) plant, micro turbines, and a steam turbine. The CHP system provides campus buildings with both thermal and electrical energy, meeting 65% of campus heating and 20% of campus electrical needs, while reducing the campus-wide carbon footprint by 22%. Other systems controlled include photovoltaic cell arrays, lighting control with interface to HVAC systems, lab fume hood controls, rainwater reclamation, power monitoring, as well as central station, and terminal HVAC equipment.
When it first opened, Turning Stone’s heating, cooling and air conditioning projects were small and few. As the resort’s reputation and popularity grew, so did the scope of its environmental concerns. When it came time to tie in all its building systems under the control of a single system and more efficiently manage its energy consumption, Turning Stone chose PASCO.
By installing the BAS on the existing enterprise network and leveraging the existing equipment, Turning Stone lowered its installation costs and saves on overall life-cycle costs. The Ethernet network also enhances the resort’s system performance, security and data ﬂow.
By consolidating multiple systems—heating, cooling, lighting, occupancy—the resort is better able to monitor and control its energy consumption. And with the ability to view every system from a single workstation, Turning Stone saves signiﬁcant time and money during daily operations.
The Frederick Douglass Airport completed a $79 million renovation which received the 2019 Airports Going Green (AGG) Award which recognizes the contributions of an outstanding project in pursuit of sustainability within the aviation industry. The goal was to create a high-tech smart facility that best serves the business and economic needs, while reducing barriers for passengers with disabilities. These features include 2,350 LED lighting array units, high-tech HVAC management of energy with cost control measures, and being the first in the nation to incorporate visual cues using smart color-coded LED lighting integration.
Elbridge is the headquarters for Tessy Plastics, which manufactures injection molded plastic products. The company employs 1,000 people worldwide and provides fabricated parts and supplies to Gillette, Duracell, BT Fuze, Abbott Point of Care, Scott Aviation, Johnson and Johnson companies, Lutron, and Welch Allyn. In Auburn, Tessy transformed a 400,000 square-foot warehouse into a state-of-the-art medical manufacturing facility to produce COVID-19 rapid test kits.