Established in 1946, Johnson Goodyer II, Inc.
is a turn-key Tridium Niagara controls contractor providing DDC
system design, installation, start-up and service to educational,
commercial, healthcare, and industrial customers.
From conception to completion, Johnson Goodyer can offer
options and solutions to meet all of your building control needs.
As Connecticut's leading controls automation contractor, our knowledge,
customer focus, and innovation produce all of the desired results.
Much of our project background has revolved around schools, healthcare
facilities, and government facilities. This history has given us a leading
edge on the importance of working closely with building owners, contractors
and developers to identify their needs combined with experience and a track
record that are second to none.
Our dedicated team of project managers, system engineers and automation
technicians work relentlessly in the pursuit of the solution that meets
our customers needs in a cost effective manner.
When is comes to your installation, we deliver a professionally managed
process to meet your needs. We have developed a quality-controlled set
of processes for our construction group. Our project managers and project
engineers oversee the construction process and proactively address the
design of issues that can compromise your system.
Since 1946, Johnson Goodyer has proudly met the needs of Commercial,
Government and Institution clients throughout Connecticut.
With the resources for design, installation, commissioning and
service/long-term support, we can take responsibility of all the
Building Automation Systems in your facility. This approach allows
us to deliver integrated Building Automation Systems- using ASHRAE
developed non-proprietary protocols such as Lon and BACnet for systems
including HVAC temperature controls, energy management, and lighting
We also offer WEB enabled building automation systems that
will manage your HVAC, security, and surveillance systems all on one
common platform that provide for a more cost effective installation
and improved efficiency.