Providing the Right Conditions for Comfort and Sustainability

From temperature to humidity to air circulation and particulate filtration, mechanical systems provide the control to create comfortable, healthy indoor environments.

Mechanical systems provide comfort and regulate humidity to protect your structure and make indoor spaces healthier and more efficient. With so much at stake in new and rehabilitated building projects, we understand the complexities of planning and designing sustainable mechanical systems.

Our engineers work closely—and proactively—with architects, designers, and facility managers to deliver mechanical systems calibrated for each building’s purpose and occupants. Our team-centered approach focuses on your end users’ needs so we can provide solutions tailored specifically for your project.


  • Building HVAC design

  • Building temperature controls

  • Construction inspection

  • Domestic and sanitary plumbing

  • Energy modeling and analysis

  • Existing system assessment

  • Forced air distribution systems

  • Healthcare design

  • Heat generation and cooling plants

  • Humidification and dehumidification

  • Hydronic distribution systems

  • Indoor air quality control through ventilation and filtration

  • Integrated building design

  • Laboratory gas and fume hood

  • Plumbing system design

  • Underfloor and displacement ventilation systems

  • Welding/paint/hazardous exhaust

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