Contract Type: BMS
Location: 30 Thomas St, Wellington St, West Perth WA 6005
Shell House, located at 562 Wellington St, Perth, is an A-grade office building located in the heart of Perth’s CBD. With the goal of targeting CO2 reductions globally throughout their business, Shell house Tenancy uses an Optergy Enterprise BMS that operates and monitors all the tenant equipment through the 10 levels of occupancy. Alerton Australia has maintained their BMS since we first installed it in 2015 under a preventative maintenance contract.
Since the 1st of July 2022, Alerton Australia and BGIS have entered into a Data Driven Maintenance Agreement to utilise the BMS data and improve equipment operations and efficiency, while also improving the quality of the information provided to site management.
We deployed our Alerton Australia data driven maintenance setup on the Optergy Enterprise BMS, utilising the data collected by the BMS to direct and improve labour efficiency during maintenance. We have set up utility reporting to track utility consumption through the BMS, providing all the data on a centralised interface that allows management to regulate energy usage for greater energy savings. Our smart alarming will ensure Shell’s BMS equipment is running to optimal efficiency by notifying operators of potential equipment failures.
Through greater insight into the operations of their building, Shell House is reducing energy consumption by mitigating the risk of faulty or overrun equipment producing unnecessary energy. They are also improving the comfort conditions of the building’s occupants by ensuring system operations like HVAC are running efficiently and as intended. With smart alarming and a unified data interface, Shell House is saving on maintenance costs while optimising its asset life by reducing downtime.
“In July 2022, we renewed our maintenance contract with BMS contractor Alerton Australia and increased our
servicing options to have access to the detailed analytics that are available via a Data Driven Maintenance
The intent of the service increase has been to improve the visibility and understanding of our client’s
mechanical asset operation to ensure the performance is efficient both in energy consumption and general
This analysis of operation has allowed us to proactively investigate and address areas of interest including
high energy consumption, times of operation, functionality of asset and components, with the overall goal
to reduce anticipated downtimes, decrease energy costs and increase the lifecycle of the asset.
The detailed reports we receive makes it easy to report findings to our client as each area of discussion has
supporting graphics and diagrams that easily highlight key information.
Overall, the maintenance model provides in-depth detail whilst also providing a consolidated overview of
all components including clear areas of priority and recommended actions.”
Roxane Tuara, Facilities Manager – Shell House Perth