Facility management’s best friend.
The comfortable office temperature, the working restrooms – these are the things that no one notices until something goes wrong. Mechanical engineers are responsible for making sure the building functions like a well-oiled machine. Our talented group of engineers are experts in their field. We maintain current on codes, stay ahead of the curve on technology, and diligently pursue continuing education to make sure you have the most efficient systems available. Sustainability and life-cycle cost analysis are always considered. We want your systems to have a long life with low operational and maintenance costs.
We’re just keepin’ it cool. No, really.
The commercial HVAC systems designed by our mechanical engineers are the whole package: energy efficient, reliable and easy to maintain. We can create an efficient system for small, direct-expansion split systems or large, multiple-station air-handling units with a central energy plant. Our expertise also includes exhaust and ventilation system designs.
You’ll thank us later.
Not everyone could get excited about this part of the job, but our designers do. We develop systems that range from a simple water and waste system design to complex systems that deliver various gasses and lubricants.
Our engineers use Revit MEP Building Information Management (BIM) system for more accurate and cost- and time-efficient solutions. You could call it AutoCAD on steroids, but the more professional explanation is that it ensures mechanical and plumbing systems are designed properly and any potential issues are addressed before they become expensive and time-consuming to fix. Even the most complex building design challenges can be simplified, resulting in fewer field issues and unexpected costs.
Think of it as a test drive for your energy systems.
Our team of professionals use energy modeling or simulation to evaluate the energy performance of an entire building and the systems within. This provides valuable information about the building, system energy and operating costs. Energy modeling is a step that can streamline overall costs by analyzing existing energy management systems and providing information for energy systems improvements.