Mechanical components within a building, including HVAC systems, have the potential to consume a significant portion of a facility's operating funds. Our mechanical engineers design building components with energy efficient practices in mind. The latest technological advances are studied and incorporated in the design and may include options such as thermal energy storage, variable speed/variable capacity systems, air economizer systems, and secondary water cooling.
Electrical engineers work to determine the most cost-effective solution to a client's electrical needs, while maintaining future flexibility and reliability. Items such as power, lighting and any other special system and/or communication requirements are addressed and designed to achieve maximum efficiency rates.
Plumbing engineers consider the complex design for water, waste, storm and gas systems that impact the design of the building.
Additional specialty services in-house include lighting and fire protection design.