About Us


Corporate Structure

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Logical Building Automation has three locations; Sydney, Canberra, and Adelaide.

Jeremy Cooke is the managing director of the Logical Building Automation. Jim Henry, the founder, is Executive Chairman.

The service company is managed by the Service Manager, John Hodges, who is a shareholder and has been in this position since the inception of the company.

Logical Building Automation is represented in Canberra by Electrical Solutions.  Electrical Solutions is managed and owned by Tony McEvilly, who has run and owned the business for twenty years.

Logical Building Automation is represented in Adelaide by Air Con Serve. Richard Cooper is the Managing Director. Air Con Serve have been major controls contractors in Adelaide for over thirty years.

Company Structure

Automated Logic New South Wales (ALNSW) was the trading name of Logical Building Pty Ltd and Logical Contracting Pty Ltd. ABN 68 377 277 146; ACN 104 386 950. The company now trades under the name Logical Building Automation 

Product Information Sheets

We produce seven PDFs with information on all aspects of our company. Click on the list below to download:

01- Company Profile Overview

02 - Company Capabilities

03 - Technical Solutions

04 - Green Buildings

05- Case Study - 120 Sussex Street

06 - Data Centres

07 - AfterHours Air Conditioning Product Solution

History

Logical Building Automation has represented Automated Logic Corporation in New South Wales for twelve years.

In 2006 Electrical Solutions became the Logical Building Automation distributor in Canberra.

In 2009 the company moved its Sydney headquarters to Mortdale, where it currently operates.

In 2013 Jeremy Cooke became Managing Director and Jim Henry moved to Executive Chairman. Mr Cooke reports to the board of directors.

In 2015 Andy MacGregor immigrated from the UK to join Logical in dual rolls as General Manager and Business Development Manager.

In 2016 we developed a new department called Minor Works, which does specialty upgrades to existing sites. This department has grown rapidly.