Master Systems Integration

Connecting systems for a smarter building.

A Better Way to Manage your Portfolio

Occupied buildings come with the challenge of operating various control systems, utilizing different contractors and battling through the noisy market to plan when to refresh aging technology. McKinstry tackles this challenge with certainty using our master systems integration (MSI) approach.


Air conditioning systems

Heating systems

Ventilation systems

Split, package and rooftop units

Heat pumps

VRF and VRV systems

Boilers, chillers and cooling towers

Forced air and hydronic distribution systems


HVAC/R systems

Refrigeration equipment

Plumbing and piping

Plumbing fixtures

Power and wiring systems

Branch circuit panel boards

Structured cabling systems

Emergency generation and distribution systems


Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS)

Variable frequency drives (VFD)

Lighting and lighting controls

Audio visual systems


Network infrastructure

Building envelopes

Architectural features


New building construction

Existing building construction

Tenant improvements

Modular construction

Offsite prefabrication

Cross laminated timber (CLT)


Energy retrofits and improvements

Portfolio or campus

Shared energy EcoDistricts

Commercial office

State and local government



Life sciences

Data centers

Higher education

K-12 school districts




Energy savings performance contracting (ESPC)

Master service agreement

Professional services consulting


Qualification-based selection

On-call roster


Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS)

Design-build (DB)

For the Life of Your Building®

Target Better Outcomes

MSI helps you create the necessary building automation systems (BAS) foundation to support building performance over time. This starts with evaluating your existing infrastructure and aligning on the optimal outcomes. A technology roadmap is then created to support your planning, budgeting and decision-making process.

Technology Agnostic to Put Your Needs First

We take pride in ensuring your project is delivered on time and on budget while meeting your organization’s performance requirements. We can’t do that if we’re contractually tied to individual technology vendors. That’s why we remain vendor and technology agnostic, giving us the flexibility needed to leverage OEM and manufacturer relationships from across the industry to put your needs above all else.

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