Welcome to CCG Automation
CCG Automation, Inc. is a solution-based building automation provider focused on high quality, comfortable buildings with low energy consumption and easy to use systems. CCG’s approach to focusing on the total cost of ownership over the life of the building rather than first cost allows customers to afford their utility bills from the completion of the project throughout the life of the building.
An all too common scenario that CCG encounters are the brand new buildings that have higher than normal utility bills because the budget to build the building only allowed for the lowest price rather than looking at the contractor with the lowest total cost of ownership over the life of the building. Sadly, this largely neglected and foreign notion in the construction of new buildings today results in unhappy building owners unable to afford their utility bills. If you cannot afford your utility bills, are looking to build a new building, or simply looking to replace your building automation system…don’t look any further, CCG Automation is your solution.
University Hospital - Parma Medical Center
University Hospital - Parma Medical Center operates multiple types of building systems in the Main Hospital, Medical Office Building III, Outpatient Surgery Center and the Seasons of Life Hospice facility. Each of these systems is controlled by Automated Logics’ WebCTRL® Building Automation System (BAS).
CCG Automation first installed Automated Logic (ALC) in 2005 through an energy project. This project included taking control of some AHU's, a heat exchanger, a central boiler plant, VFD's, and VAV boxes. After the initial installation UH-Parma Medical Center liked how easy WebCTRL was to operate and proved to be a top of the line system that kept the 24 hours a day, 7 days a week operation online. For several years after the initial installation UH-Parma Medical Center upgraded various areas throughout the main hospital, Medical Office Building III, Outpatient Center, and the Seasons of Life Hospice facility. In 2012 UH-Parma Medical Center completed the replacement of all the remaining old BAS with ALC in the main hospital.
UH-Parma Medical Center continues to service their Automated Logic BAS with a service contract with CCG. This contract provides preventative service including monitoring, 24/7 service, annual software upgrades, and continuous training.
Recently when asked how he liked having the entire building on ALC WebCTRL, Facility Management Manager, Tim Mosley, replied, “We are excited that the system is all ALC because it allows us to have better control over the entire hospital, especially the critical care areas. This is essential when running a 24/7 operation.”
About UH-Parma Medical Center
University Hospitals Parma Medical Center is a successful, not-for-profit medical center in Cleveland's most populous suburb. Founded in 1961 by six communities and operating as an independent hospital for more than 50 years, the 332-bed acute care medical center became part of the University Hospitals Health System in 2014. UH Parma Medical Center has more than 500 physicians in more than 30 specialties on its medical staff.
Main Hospital: 500,000 square feet
Medical Office Building III: 38,000 square feet
Outpatient Surgery Center: 17,000 square feet
Seasons of Life Hospice: 9,000 square feet
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