AEM Reflects on the Past Year

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Submitted by American Energy Management

The year 2o21 has been a big one for American Energy Management (AEM), a Building System Integrator specializing in building environment automation. This year involved adding Gwynn Systems, Inc. to our company, along with moving to a brand-new office in Westborough, Mass.

Gwynn Systems joined AEM back in June, bringing five new additions to the team with an outstanding reputation for customer service and a strong base in the Boston market. Gwynn Systems’ expertise in servicing complex and high security environments has allowed us to enhance our service offerings, while AEM’s expertise with emerging technologies and system migration strategies has benefited the existing Gwynn customer base over the past several months. Having Gwynn Systems on board with us at AEM has created a great opportunity for growth.

This past Spring, AEM moved offices from Malborough to Westborough. The new space includes updated offices, technology and furnishings and offers employees improved access and amenities like a fitness center, cafeteria, and walking trails. The building features a custom-built software lab for staging BAS projects, which is a key component of AEM’s comprehensive quality assurance process. The upgraded technology allows technicians and project managers full access to software and engineering files from jobsites or when working remotely, to streamline the installation, commissioning, and troubleshooting process.

We are ending 2021 on a good note, with projects finishing up along with new projects starting. One project we finished recently is the Fuller Middle School in Framingham, Mass. AEM installed state-of-the-art technology allowing for an effortless operation of the building, along with enhancing energy efficiencies. The school opened its doors at the beginning of the school year in September.

Founded in 1978, AEM, together with our affiliate Connecticut Temperature Controls, serves the New England and Connecticut market as well as some key national accounts.