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Find out how Boss Controls BEMS experts increase productivity in education, healthcare, industrial, entertainment, retail, museums and galleries
Find out how Boss Controls BMS experts increase productivity in education, healthcare, industrial, entertainment, retail, museums and galleries


“Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything.” (Krugman P, 1994 – Nobel Peace Prize Winner).
Boss Controls’ provides BEMS servicing (PPM) for many sectors and building types within each sector, all with different priorities.
However the one thing that all sectors have in common is that they contribute to the economy by increasing productivity. In order to increase productivity, workplaces must be comfortable so employees can work smarter. Boss Controls plays a significant part in this role while increasing energy efficiency and reducing energy costs.

In general, your workplace building accounts for the second largest cost after salaries. Yet, organisations in most sectors only review their building efficiency every decade versus measuring their employee effectiveness on an annual basis.

The Stoddart Review states that: “that variables such as air quality, light levels and humidity can affect both physical manufacturing processes and human performance. Collecting this data allows the company to optimise working environments for enhanced performance”.

Read our article about how temperature effects productivity.


Learn how Boss Control’s expert BEMS engineers help you to achieve KPIs in your sector.




Important message regarding Coronavirus

Important message regarding Coronavirus

Over the past few days, confirmed numbers of Coronavirus infected people across the UK has increased significantly.

Boss Controls and Boss Energy want you to know that your health and safety is our first priority. We’ve always taken great pride in training our BMS engineering team to the highest levels of engineering and personal awareness, and we know this is more important than ever right now.

We have instructed our field teams to take extra / particular care with hygiene, social distancing, to be aware of choice of public transport, ensuring that they self-assess to ensure that any symptoms are quickly reported and dealt with. And of course, we’re committed to taking care of our clients, as well as our team.

For weeks, we’ve provided our office and remote based team with the latest guidance and information so they can keep themselves and their families safe, using information provided by government bodies, NHS England and trade associations. We would ask that clients inform us of any operational changes to their organisation(s), should they occur.

We’re encouraging sick team members to stay home and asking our office based teams to travel only if it’s business critical. And, to help support our team in real-time, we’ve set up a forum where we’re sharing information and taking questions 24/7.

At the centre of our company’s purpose is a commitment to help all families, and it’s something we take to heart in good times and bad. This is why we’ll be working hard to keep services available to clients, to ensure that client working environments are maintained to the highest level.

As you know we are passionate about breathing life into buildings. It is essential at times like this that your BMS controls are kept in tip top condition and air changes are not compromised. Please speak to us, if you wish to learn how we can effectively monitor / assess / smart service your BMS Equipment remotely.

If you have any questions, please call us on 01403 886508 or email our  Admin team or Sales team.

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Warm regards from the Directors of Boss Controls.

Mark Berwick and Rob Wood

A selection of our valued clients who have benefited from reduced energy bills and improved productivity.

Carrob Controls in the Education Sector

Innovation in carbon reduction

Controlling temperature and humidity in the UK's leading art galleries