Automated Building Systems, Inc. (ABS) was founded in 1986 to provide the best service, support and products in the industry. Today, ABS has more than 100 employees in three offices servicing all of New England.
Automated Building Systems is people you know and a company you trust. At ABS, it’s all about people. After 25 years in service to Southern New England, we continue to help clients overcome the challenges posed by an ever changing, increasingly competitive business environment. The quality of our staff’s talent, dedication, knowledge and commitment remains unmatched in the industry.
Automated Building Systems is your partner for successful building automation solutions. That means we don’t try to force your project to match our objectives; instead, we find out what your vision is and mold our solutions to fit you. We ensure everything is clear from the start and that the design will work the way you need. We listen to you, understand what you want, and then give you the tools, training and support to sustain your building.
Automated Building Systems is a team designed from the inside out to provide turnkey service and solutions. The nature of ABS itself is “design-build.” We design and engineer our own installations. We have a dedicated service department, pre-project support and our own project managers that work with you and your team. Our customers include ESPN headquarters, Eastern Connecticut University, Northeastern University, Providence College, Sacred Heart University, Massachusetts General Hospital, the City of Worcester, MA, the New England Conservatory of Music, St. Francis Hospital, Anheuser-Busch, the Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard, the Town of Groton, CT and Groton Schools, and Lesley University.
Our in-house installation and service professionals include programmers and engineers as well as CEM and LEED certified staff. The quality of their talent, dedication, knowledge and commitment remains unmatched in the industry.
We have more than 2000 system installations throughout Southern New England.