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All of the Trend Control System sites that Integrated Control Systems maintain were installed by other parties but ICS have been asked to take over the maintenance of the installed Building Management Systems by the building owners and consulting engineers. ICS has the full backing of Johannesburg Control Systems with regard to technical support and sales for all of the Trend equipment involved.

88 Field Street

 


 

 

 
88 Field Street has been the tallest Building in Durban since 1986.The building has 6 elevators up to floor 21 and 2 Glass Shuttle elevators for floors 21 – 24.The building was originally called 362 West Street then changed to 88 on Field as the building has entrances on both streets.A central interior core on the 24th floor houses the necessary rooftop mechanical equipment.

The building is currently undergoing a multi-million Rand upgrade of the HVAC system including an upgrade of the Trend Control System. See the link to an article by the responsible engineer Mr Pat Burke (88FieldStreetArticle.pdf)

A Trend 963 Building Management System controls and monitors  the building HVAC. The system has a total IO points count of in excess of 2000 points with over 150 Trend IQ controllers.

 

 


Life Westville Hospital

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Life Westville Hospital is a member of Life Healthcare, one of the largest private hospital groups in South Africa, operating 63 acute care facilities across the country.

The facilities include:

  • 290 bed hospital with 12 theatres
  • State-of-the-art hybrid vascular theatre
  • A fully integrated cardiac unit, including a cardiac catheterisation laboratory facility with sophisticated x-ray and monitoring facilities and a cardiac theatre
  • Electrophysiology (Heart Rhythm Management Centre)
  • A cardiac rehabilitation centre with fully equipped gym
  • A 23 bed maternity unit with well-appointed wards and secure access facilities. This unit is ably supported by a well mother and child wellness centre, which provides support to the mother both before and after delivery of her infant/s
  • A 4D sonar scan
  • A neonatal intensive care unit complete with state-of-the-art monitoring and life support equipment, providing the best possible environment for our smallest patients
  • A paediatric asthma and allergy centre
  • A paediatric diabetes centre
  • A 24-hour accident and emergency unit equipped to deal with major and minor medical emergencies and with full backup of necessary ancillary services
  • A radiology facility, with a comprehensive range of sophisticated diagnostic equipment including a CT scanner
  • A renal dialysis unit
  • An arthritis and lupus centre
  • A bone densitometry centre

A Trend 963 Building Management System controls and monitors  the building HVAC.


Life Entabeni Hospital

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Life Entabeni Hospital is a member of Life Healthcare, one of the largest private hospital groups in South Africa, operating more than 63 acute care facilities across the country.

The facilities include:

  • State-of-the-art renal haemodialysis equipment
  • Two full-time nephrologists (specialists in renal medicine)
  • A qualified team of registered and experienced renal specialised nurses and renal technologists
  • Immediate and accessible emergency medical care
  • The Life Entabeni Rehabilitation unit offers:
    A unit which provides acute rehabilitation for patients disabled by traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury and other disabling conditions. The unit has the capacity to provide acute neuro-rehabilitation for 40 adult patients recovering from strokes, spinal injuries, head injuries or other debilitating conditions.The specialised 10-bed paediatric acute rehabilitation unit was the first of its kind in the province. Facilities within the new unit include break-away and multi-purpose rooms in the adult and paediatric wings which will be used for dining, games and recreational activities and also for group therapy sessions. Adult and paediatric patients can also enjoy a family room and a gymnasium. An ADL (Activities of daily living) room, equipped with home facilities such as a kitchen and bathroom, has been added to assist patients to practice their skills learnt in preparation for re-integration into home living. A dedicated team of specialised staff ensures patients are exposed to the highest standard of acute rehabilitation services and comprises a neurologist, general practitioner, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, a speech therapist, psychologist, social worker, dietician, as well as one of the first occupational therapy technicians to qualify in South Africa. Nurses within the ward are specifically trained in rehabilitation nursing
  • A dedicated cardiac ward, an 11 bed cardiac thoracic intensive care unit, equipped with leading diagnostic and monitoring facilities for patients suffering from major medical conditions requiring cardiac physician intervention.
  • A 24-hour trauma and emergency unit, this level one trauma unit has a dedicated helicopter landing pad
  • A 14 bed intensive care unit, for patients recovering from major neuro, cardiac, orthopaedic and general surgery
  • Epilepsy monitoring unit with 24 hour video EEG
  • A lung centre for breathing problems
  • A radiology facility, with a comprehensive range of sophisticated diagnostic equipment. This facility includes a CT scanner, a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner and a radioisotope nuclear medicine laboratory
  • A 36-bed dedicated and state of the art neurosurgical ward with sweeping views of the cityscape and harbour. The ward has four private en-suite rooms, as well as an executive/VIP suite. The VIP suite – with its own lounge, flat screen television, kitchen, WiFi/internet connection and a sleeper couch for the patient’s guests to stay overnight if necessary – can be compared to a five-star hotel room. Two five-bedded wards – one for female and the other for male patients – are located close to the nurses’ station, allowing staff optimal observation of recovering patients.
  • Orthopaedic digital theatre
  • Sleep Laboratory

A Trend 963 Building Management System controls and monitors  the building HVAC.


The Workshop Shopping Centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1986 the original railway Workshop for the Durban Station was refurbished and transformed into The Workshop Shopping Centre. This historical landmark was constructed in 1860 and today retains all the character and charm of the colonial era. The original iron girders soar up to the vaulted glass roof, which now provides the framework of the country’s first theme shopping centre.

A Trend 963 Building Management System controls and monitors  the building HVAC.


Pinecrest Shopping Centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Situated in Kings Road, Pinetown, Pine Crest Centre (previously known as Sanlam Centre) has served the community for over 25 years. The centre offers quality retail shopping with 105 stores, including many of the biggest clothing brands in the country, this makes shopping for deals easy. The anchor tenants in the centre are Pick ‘n Pay, Game, Woolworths, The Hub, Virgin Active and Clicks. Of all of our 110 stores 32 are clothing and shoe shops, so you can pick up some of the latest fashion trends. The centre has a total of 1590 parking bays, 605 or which are undercover.

A Trend 963 Building Management System controls and monitors  the building HVAC.


Shelly Centre

 

 

 

 

 

Shelly Centre is easily the South Coast’s most popular seaside shopping destination, as it offers it all! No matter who you are, or what you’re on the lookout for, your needs will be met and exceeded in a friendly atmosphere that will keep bringing you back for more of that relaxed shopping experience.

A Trend 963 Building Management System controls and monitors  the building HVAC.



Netcare St Augustines Hospital

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Situated prominently on Durban’s Berea with spectacular views of the cityscape, St Augustine’s Hospital is KwaZulu Natal’s largest private hospital and is the second largest hospital in the Netcare Group. The hospital was founded by the second bishop of Natal, Bishop Jolivet in 1892 and was originally run by a group of nine dedicated Augustinian sister. The hospital is today a world-class facility with state-of-the-art medical equipment and technology, and offers the full range of medical disciplines.

The Hospital has multiple installed control systems including an Alerton Controls IBEX system controlling the theatres (this is being systematically upgraded to a current technology Siemens Synco 700 system) and multiple Siemens stand alone controllers.