Whether you’re an architect, contractor, or building owner, working with MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) consulting engineers can assure that your construction or renovation project will optimize your building’s performance and minimize its operating costs.
MEP engineers work closely with architects and owners throughout design, construction, and operations processes, analyzing and evaluating system options in the context of the entire project. This approach allows MEP engineers to implement systems that integrate with building architecture and perform as designed.
With all the various technologies and systems operating in modern buildings, combined with efforts to strive for sustainable design and LEED accreditation, an MEP engineer can provide successful coordination of building systems and operations while optimizing the building owner’s investment.
Let’s take a look at 10 areas where an MEP engineer would have considerable impact on a construction or renovation project:
MEP consultants can also follow up with commissioning efforts every 1-3 years to determine if your building systems are operating at an optimal level. Retro-commissioning can identify changes in your building’s operations and make sure that new systems are continuing to function as designed.
Experienced MEP engineering for your project
Established in 1990, Peter Basso Associates provides MEP consulting on highly technical, challenging projects while delivering an in-depth knowledge of best practices that extends across multiple markets. Peter Basso Associates is recognized as a leader in MEP engineering, applying new technology and balancing performance and costs on projects for K-12 schools, healthcare facilities, government buildings, higher education architecture, and many other structures.
The best way to help your building achieve – and sustain – high performance standards is through the commissioning process. Get your free copy of our Building Commissioning Playbook to see what commissioning can do for your building.