Hallam, ICS merge to combine services
In response to the growing demand for their combined services, Hallam Engineering and Integrated Control Systems (ICS) have formally merged to form Hallam-ICS.
In response to the growing demand for their combined services, Hallam Engineering and Integrated Control Systems (ICS) have formally merged to form Hallam-ICS . The new firm will provide consulting engineering and control system integration services to the biotechnology, industrial, microelectronics, pharmaceutical and science & technology markets. Hallam-ICS presently has offices in Massachusetts, Vermont and Virginia.
With help from a strategic marketing firm, Hallam-ICS recently completed extensive research based on interviews with customers from diverse industries. Without exception, these customers indicated a benefit to being able to work with one company capable of working with them from concept through final commissioning of a project.
Originally founded in 1981, Hallam-ICS reports that it has developed a reputation for both technical excellence and superb customer service. The company is a member of the U.S Green Building Council and is familiar with LEED requirements. In addition, Hallam-ICS is a Level 1 Registered Member of the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA), one of roughly 20 companies so recognized worldwide.
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