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We are pleased to announce that Systecon has been acquired by the global energy company ENGIE, the #1 provider of energy services in the world. By joining forces with ENGIE, Systecon is well-positioned to provide a new and broader set of services, as well as

Systecon is profiled in the December 2018 - January 2019 issue of Construction in Focus.  The article, "A Leader in Modular Utility Solutions," is a great introduction to who we are and what we do. You can check out the entire issue here (our

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Why Modular is Perfect for Multi-Phase Builds

By their very nature, modular systems are easily separated and reassembled. This makes expansion and multi-phase builds easy - much easier than with traditional, field-built systems. That’s a major advantage to consider when building a new central plant. Especially if you’re planning for future growt...

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The Importance of System Controls

When designing a new modular chiller plant, pumping system or multi-system central plant, a lot of focus is put on selecting the right components - pumps, chillers, cooling tower, etc. - to meet project load, efficiency standards and other requirements. However, if you truly want to optimize your system, you hav...

When Maximum Efficiency is Required Think modular utility systems will limit the level of efficiency that your project can achieve? It’s actually quite the opposite. Engineers and designers of the most innovative projects, pushing the boundaries of

Performance testing is vital to ensure the quality and efficiency of any system. That’s why performance testing is a requirement for ALL Systecon systems, regardless of size or application. Our proven factory testing and control procedures, developed from our decades of experience, allow us to guarantee certified performance of our systems. We do e...

Modular. Prefab. Factory-Built. Offsite Construction. Whatever terminology you prefer, the process is one of the hottest topics in the construction industry. Modular construction has been around for a very long time but the continued shortage of skilled

We're excited to unveil our new website and invite you to take a few minutes to look around and explore the new Systecon.com.

If you're on the go, no problem. The new site is responsive, so it's easier to access from all your mobile devices.

We've added content and a resource center with brochures, 3D models, technical docs and lots of photos.

Y...

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