In charge of construction, you have a tremendous responsibility in planning the next major project within a fixed budget while keeping it energy efficient, sustainable, quiet and maintainable. You need to increase value…on time, within budget. As a Facility Manager/Engineer, you hope the occupants & management will never even think about your mechanical systems. When they do, your challenges begin and there is little time to hunt for solutions. You need to drive down operating expenses and minimize capital expenditures. Your department is viewed as an expense…but you know it could be a profit center. Call us, we’ll help!
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As a Mechanical Engineer, you must design mechanical & plumbing systems that meet the objectives of the Owner and Architect…and the electrical & structural engineer, GC, mechanical contractor, inspectors and the building clients. You’re expected to know the latest LEED qualified systems that fit in the least amount of space, at the lowest cost, with the most competition…quickly. Your profits depend on the time that you spend on each project which is often indefinable at the beginning of a project. Call us, we’ll help!.
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As a Mechanical Contractor, you turn a theoretical mechanical system design into reality. The building lives with your workmanship. Your price is fixed and your profits go up & down depending on so many aspects out of your control. You must satisfy the Owner, GC, and Mechanical Engineer while coordinating with every other trade on a project. You bring an expertise that's dependent on the quality of your crews. Air & water leaks are not allowed. You're expected to bring in the project, on time, under budget, meet all the requirements of the plans & specs...and make a profit. Call us, we'll help!
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