We look at the energy management as a value engineering practise where energy optimisation and energy saving are done as part of the process of monitoring, controlling, and conserving energy in a building or facility where the initial design has been implemented successfully. The effort of Energy Management involves measurement, looking at the operation and implementing the correct solution to save the inherent energy which are being consumed or wasted. It involves metering your energy consumption, collecting the data to find opportunities to save energy and estimating how much energy could be saved for the client.


Our customised questionnaires are design to collect data, useful information, inputs from the client to establish design requirements and conduct requirement analysis to form engineering drawings as well as documents for project implementation. The project implementation is often performed at the same time as a feasibility analysis to ensure the cost of the project implementation is kept within our client’s budget. The design requirements control the engineering design process which include basic things like the functions, attributes, and specifications which are determined after assessing client’s needs. Some design requirements include area size, area classification, standards compliance, maintainability, availability and local authority compliance.


The Project Management team has a wide variety of roles to play during the construction process. Construction project gives benefits to the Client in terms of satisfaction and it consists of business development, profit, resources utilization and optimum delivery timeline. Due to this, project management plays a multifaceted part in the construction project and is usually involved in the project from the project’s inception to its completion. Normally the job is managed by the Project Manager and supervised by the Construction Manager, and allied team of design engineers, construction engineers or project engineers. Efficiency in Management is needed to gain a higher level in competitiveness. Every construction project is different, unique, every construction project demands the full attention, professionalism and energy of its project team. Every construction project depends upon the project management team and the experienced leader it provides to make it as success.


We assist our client to mainly manage the integration of the Building Automation System (BAS), (also referred to as a Building Management System or a Building Control System or a Facility Control System or a Facility Monitoring and Control System), provide drawings, specifications and tender documents. The BAS is basically used to control various lighting systems, MV & LV electric systems, ELV systems, instrumentation & control systems, ACMV system and mechanical systems throughout a building or facility. It can be a centralised as a DDC system, a PLC system or a DCS system based on the requirement of the facility and client’s convenience. The BAS works as a computer networking system that monitors and controls a range of other systems. It provides the means for these separated systems to communicate across platforms, software and languages. 

Gas Detection

We are a Riken Keiki’s distributor and we have a support team to assist on the installation and to service our client for the gas detection system especially for specialty and bulk gases. We also assist our client to do the correct selection of gas detection system and also advice the suitable type of sensors to be used based on type of specialty and bulk gases being used in the building or facility.

Riken Keiki started with an invention of “explosion meter” for coal mining industry back in 1920s. The only way to detect methane gas back then was using a “miner lantern”. The “miner lantern” would implode if there was too much of methane gas detected. The interferometric technology used in the “explosion meter” has gone through generation of development and refinement before becoming one of the widely use combustible gas detector and calorie meter.

Now, Riken Keiki offers over a hundred different models of gas detection and environmental measurement products.

Riken Keiki also continues to refine the technologies established through the history while investigating and improving the quality and technical capabilities of the products provided. Riken Keiki instruments are designed and manufactured to respond to diverse industrial requirements and applications. Customers rely on them to detect and prevent disasters rapidly and precisely.

New product development involves the continual improvement and refinement of existing products, as well as active collaboration with our customer and feedback as a matter of course.