Control a Piece of Your World Through Instrumentation and Controls
Once upon a time, room-sized analog computers were used to implement SCADA systems, while instrumentation and controls systems consisted of panels with row upon row of hardwired relays that turned pumps on and off at a treatment plant.
Today, compact desktops, laptops and mobile devices handle the job. They administer instrumentation and controls / SCADA systems over complex communications networks that integrate seamlessly with programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and data-collection systems. Intelligent sensors, analyzers, valves, drives and power-distribution equipment make it possible for operators and managers to access vast amounts of real-time operational and security information whenever and wherever they need it.
Backed by more than 40 years of industry experience, the instrumentation and controls engineers at McKim & Creed know and understand water and wastewater operations and the processes that control them. Through our approach of collaborative teamwork, outstanding engineering design, seamless system integration, thorough training and ongoing support, we plan, design and implement in-plant and system-wide instrumentation and controls / SCADA systems that enable utilities to operate efficiently, effectively and safely.