Tyrrell Systems

New Construction


New construction projects represent the frontier of innovation in the built environment, merging advanced technologies with sustainable design principles to create efficient, adaptable, and intelligent structures.

In today’s fast-evolving landscape, these projects are not just about erecting new buildings; they are about crafting ecosystems that enhance the quality of life for occupants while optimising operational performance. By incorporating cutting-edge solutions and building automation from the ground up, new constructions are poised to set benchmarks in energy efficiency, user comfort, and environmental responsibility. 

During the construction phase

Cost Efficiency
Reduced Retrofit Costs

Integrating advanced systems during construction avoids the high costs associated with retrofitting existing structures. It is far more economical to install infrastructure like wiring, sensors, and control systems during the initial build rather than modifying the building later.

Optimised Resource Allocation

Early planning allows for better budgeting and allocation of resources, preventing costly overruns and changes that often occur with later-stage integrations.

Seamless Integration

Holistic Systems Design

Incorporating technologies during construction ensures that all systems are designed to work together seamlessly from the outset, avoiding compatibility issues that can arise with piecemeal implementations.


Early integration facilitates the incorporation of scalable and upgradable systems, making it easier to adopt new technologies as they emerge without significant disruption.

Enhanced Efficiency 

Streamlined Construction Process

The design and construction teams can collaborate closely to ensure that all systems are implemented efficiently and correctly for energy efficiency, automation, and occupant comfort.

Better Visualisation and Simulation
Utilising graphical engineering and design services during the construction phase allows for accurate simulations and visualisations, helping stakeholders make informed decisions and foresee potential issues before they arise.

After the construction phase is complete

Increased Building Value
Buildings designed with advanced systems and smart features from the beginning are more attractive to potential tenants and buyers, enhancing the property’s market value and appeal.

Certification Advantages

Achieving certifications like SmartScore during construction can boost the building’s reputation for being technologically advanced and sustainable, providing a competitive edge in the market.

Operational Benefits

Proactive Maintenance

Implementing BMS and IoT services during construction allows to establish predictive maintenance protocols from day one, reducing downtime and extending the life of building systems.

Enhanced User Experience

Early integration of building automation and management systems can significantly improve the occupant experience by ensuring optimal environmental conditions, security, and convenience from the moment the building is occupied.

Sustainability and Compliance

Energy Efficiency

Designing and implementing energy management systems during construction ensures that the building operates efficiently from the start, contributing to sustainability goals and reducing environmental impact.

Regulatory Compliance

Early engagement ensures that the building meets all relevant codes and standards, avoiding potential fines and the need for costly adjustments later.

Case Studies


10 George Street

A prominent commercial real estate office managing multiple properties, faced challenges related to disparate building systems, inefficient operations, and rising operational costs. They sought a comprehensive solution to streamline operations, improve tenant satisfaction, and reduce energy consumption across their portfolio.


Smart Building
IoT Solutions​

Operational Technology
Master Systems Integrator

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