Moreton Bay Regional Council


South East Queensland


Moreton Bay Regional Council



One of the challenges of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s rapid growth, has been that the buildings constructed over time have different building management systems – five in fact. This has meant five BMS contractors to manage, five software interfaces to understand and five different reporting systems to interpret.

#The Project

To reduce the cost of managing their buildings and to improve building performance, VAE was contracted by the Council to install an IELVS system. The system allows the council to manage and monitor their building portfolio. IELVS enables council employees to access all their buildings in the portfolio, and mange them through the monitoring and control of all building service components.

The analytical functions built into the system enable efficient and quick fault rectification, fault prevention through data driven maintenance and a visual interaction to track the progress of assets and its performance. Data driven maintenance has been a key Moreton Bay Regional Council objective, ensuring their money is used effectively for maintenance and fault rectification.

#Key Achievements


Manage and maintain each BMS/control system independent of the OEM.


Apply analytical algorithms to each building, avoiding the need for physical checks.


Analyse faults on equipment using on screen "fault checklists".


Asset Management Portal is built into BMS framework.

#Project Scope


  • Advisory Services
  • Design
  • BIM Drafting
  • Drafting co-ordination
  • Audit


  • Prefabrication
  • Installation
  • BMS
  • Automation
  • Electrical
  • Co-ordination of Services


  • BMS
  • Bureau Performance Management
  • Maintenance
  • Compliance
  • Upgrades

#Key Features



Single portal for monitoring and maintaining the council's building portfolio

Data driven

Data driven

Data driven maintenance through analytics



Asset management portal

Visual data

Visual data

Utilisation of a visual data DVR


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