Media Releases

July 2012 - Lots of Good Things Happened

  • Anthony Stufano becomes the seventh member of the Logical Team to become an owner.
  • 120 Sussex Street wins Property Council National Award for Best Sustainable Development - Existing Buildings.
  • Logical Group hosted the Energy Solutions Theatre at the Facilities Live Conference at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre on 19 and 20 July 2012. 

Jim Henry presented two half hour talks at the Energy Solutions Theatre on the BMS Trifecta - Minimising life cycle costs while maximising NABERS rating and improving indoor air quality.  

Automated Logic Corporation had a stand nearby at H11 providing information about Automated Logic's lastest offerings, including the just released time lapse thermographics.

Logical at FMA 2R2_1

June  2012 - 120 Sussex Street has won the Property Council Australia National Award as Australia’s Best Sustainable Development – Existing Buildings. Thanks to Logical's implementation of a SMAC system this site has the lowest energy consumption of any building in the Sydney CBD. And done at a fraction of the cost of other buildings.

May 2012 - The Logical Group has provided a complete one hundred and fifty point BMS system, basically for free, to help ensure that a world leading IEQ Lab (Indoor Environmental Quality) could be built at the University of Sydney, where the Logical Group has forty projects over three campuses.

This lab contains sixty-six sensors measuring temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels for two office spaces. This lab will accurately  measure human office comfort in more detail than any previous lab.

January 2012 - Logical Group is pleased to announce that Anthony Stufano has become the sixth member of the Logical management team to become a shareholder in Logical Group. 

Having six senior members of the company as shareholders helps ensure company stability and involves senior members in the operation of the business.

November 2011 - New Team Profile - Logical Group in Sydney has hired five people in the past six weeks.

Our most recent new team member is Barry Cheng. Barry is a Mechanical Engineer with a PhD from UNSW. He is a certified NABERS assessor. Barry will be our Quality Assurance Manager.

July 2011 - We are hiring right now - If you have experience in the Building Automation industry, work to high standards, and want to join a team that executes only the highest quality projects, then contact us now - Click to Join our TEAM

July 2011 - Logical Group wins several regional awards from Automated Logic

Jim Henry, Jeremy Cooke, and Tony and Karen McEvilly attended the regional meetings for Automated Logic in Hanoi, Vietnam in July. The Logical Group won project of the year for 2010 for the IBM Data Centre in Cumberland Forest. Logical also won the top sales award for purchasing the most automation equipment in the AustralAsia region. As well, Logical Group also won the Sales Quota Award. Logical just missed Dealer of the Year for 2010, coming in second behind Malaysia who had almost 500% growth in 2010.

May 2011-Most Energy Efficient Building in Sydney

120 Sussex Street has been rated the most energy efficient building in Sydney. Logical Group originally upgraded the BMS to WebCTRL in 2009. In 2010 Geoff Hilbourne of CBRE announced that site had achieved a 25% energy reduction thanks to our BMS retrofit. Eight months ago a second retrofit added the Shaw Method of Air Conditioning (SMAC) to the site. Local Government Super announced on 5 May 2011 that 120 Sussex is the leading energy efficient building in Sydney CBD and has achieved a 5 star NABERS rating.

March 2011: Logical Group has secured the ASX data centre in Sydney bringing the number of new Logical data centres to five.

ASX joins Westpac North Ryde, IBM Cumberland Forest, Frame Court Perth, and Canberra Data Centre all currently under construction.

January 2011: Jeremy Cooke has been promoted to General Manager and will be responsible for the complete operations of the Logical Group Sydney.

December 2010: In a period of two weeks we have increased the capability of the construction division significantly. Rafael Badillo has joined the company as a Senior Project Manager and brings a wealth of experience to the firm. Dilshad Hussain has rejoined the firm after a six year hiatus in Canada and will handle final commissioning of major projects.

March 2010: Johnny Yau has joined our team as Key Account Manager. This is the first time Logical Group has had a dedicated individual for existing clients. Johnny specialises in Energy Monitoring and Energy Efficiency. He is an Electrical Engineer.

January 2009: Automated Logic NSW and ACT are pleased to announce they have now completed one hundred building automation projects using Automated Logic and the WebCTRL product. This includes seventy-five buildings accessible via the Intranet. This is more than any other building automation contractor.

December 2008: News Ltd Chullora completed. This one thousand five hundred point industrial manufacturing retrofit was started in 2004 and has gone through one expansion and several phased retrofits. This site is the primary printing facility for News Ltd for Australia.

November 2008: Workplace Six at Darling Island has been completed. This is the first 6 star Greenstar building accepted in Sydney. See screenshots of WebCTRL automation system of this spectacular building in our Profile section. This site includes a tri-generation system, chilled beam cooling, and a seawater condenser water plant. The site has over fifty high level interfaces.

October 2008: Tony McEvilly is pleased to announce Allan Watts as the Sales Manager for Automated Logic ACT. Alan Watts has been in the Mechanical Services industry for over thirty years. He comes from a position as Carrier's National Controls Manager. Carrier is the largest air conditioning company in the world and owns Automated Logic Corporation, the manufacturer of WebCTRL.

June 2008: Automated Logic NSW has started a construction department. Now both Automated Logic NSW and ACT have complete in-house installation capability. New South Wales concurrently purchased six custom adapted vehicles.