We are game changers in solving IEQ and efficiency problems in old and new building stock.

Because we use the HuxConnect system, we can make recommendations that lead to actionable efficiency and comfort improvements for less than our competitors.

For the last three years Hux has built a multimetric monitoring platform to give Facility Managers and building operators understanding they've never had before.

These insights are now available to all stakeholders in building management through our dedicated consultancy.

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Rich data, Expert understanding, Real solutions.

All buildings have problems, we can help with these

  • Energy efficiency assessments
  • Identifying impact of poor glazing, shading and insulation
  • Improving HVAC distribution or delivery
  • Elimination of HVAC being left on out of hours
  • Reducing conditioning of unoccupied spaces
  • Reduce electricity consumption
  • Activity-specific lighting
  • Avoiding unnecessary retrofits
  • Reduction of occupant discomfort
  • Opportunities to reduce artificial lighting
  • Opportunities for daylight sensing
  • Elimination of lighting left on out of hours
  • Identify lighting of unoccupied spaces
  • Improve comfort through improving air freshness
  • Opportunities for occupant-controlled ventilation
  • Identification of opportunities for reducing energy consumption, without impacting staff amenity
  • Better targeting to thermal comfort policies
  • Review for upcoming NABERS, NATHERS and light level compliance

Best practice solutions from the experts

Matt Sullivan-Kilgour

“Buildings are being managed inefficiently at cost to the operators and to the discomfort of its occupants” Matthew Sullivan-Kilgour

Hux co-founder Matthew Sullivan-Kilgour has spent over 8 years in the industry of environmental building management observing the poor and costly delivery of facility management.

Through international experience Matt has observed even modern buildings are frequently delivering poor outcomes for occupants and operators. This is an issue that is only getting more problematic as buildings become more complex.

To understand how well a building is functioning, you need to look deeper than the temperature. This perspective has driven the Hux team to understand the interplay of all internal metrics in a space when investigating why building occupants remain dissatisfied and energy costs excessive.

Matt Sullivan-Kilgour

Most buildings typically have one thermostat which provides one metric from one point in an area

Matt Sullivan-Kilgour

A standard Hux consultancy deployment with multimetric sensing throughout the building.

When a building is performing poorly, its operating costs will be higher and its occupants unhappy.

Without an understanding of what’s contributing to this poor functioning, it can be extremely challenging and costly to change. Hux takes all of the challenge out of knowing what to do, helps you prioritize issues, and effortlessly build your business case.

Hux success stories

Westpac Group

Through deploying indoor environment sensors, Hux was able to identify almost $5000 in annual savings through energy efficiency opportunities, for a small westpac branch in Sydney.

Identifying poor light management and overconditioning, the facility managers were able to make immediate changes to their operations.


Department of Transport NSW

A facility had unresolved comfort issues - a recent refurbishment introduced some systemic issues with building control. The facility managers were unable to isolate any problems with in house monitoring and were keen to avoid an expensive and traditional investigation.

Hux engagement revealed that some areas that were subject to overheating, but while Carbon Dioxide levels and ventilation was normal, Hux discovered the facility was unable to cool sufficiently. This prompted further investigation by the facility management for resolution.


City of Melbourne

Melbourne Town Hall is a 150 year old building with problems. Hux’s key findings showed big imbalances in temperature across the building. High levels of discomfort was observed by staff due to rapidly changing temperatures.

By aggregating all analyses we able to bring sense to a complex site for better ongoing management.

In the last 12 months we've made recommendations that result in an average energy saving of $25 per square metre, per annum.