MEP Engineering Services
A&N Design Group offers a range of MEP consulting services. We’ve focused on mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering since 2005, and we hold licenses as Professional Engineers (P.E.) and Certified Energy Plans Examiners (CEPE).
Our MEP engineers are specialists in mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) design. These elements are essential aspects of every building. As part of our MEP consulting services, we ensure that everything from heating and cooling to the electrical system to the drainage, gas and storm drain systems are in the right place and set up for success. Our engineers have extensive experience in MEP design, and work to elevate the consulting experience at every step.
When your mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems are all designed cohesively, the entire building process runs more smoothly. Our collaborative approach also helps to avoid any equipment or location conflicts and construction delays. We can help you coordinate with the city to mee all permit requirements with less stress. From the planning phase through construction close-out, we will design and oversee all of your MEP engineering needs.
Mechanical engineering is a critical part of our MEP design services. Our MEP engineers are well-versed in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems design. We’ll work with you on HVAC design to ensure that your building will be comfortable in all conditions – including various temperatures and humidity levels. We’ll ensure that safe air practices are set up to prevent air pollutants.
We offer electrical engineering design and drafting services for all building types and construction projects. It’s our goal to go above and beyond just keeping the lights on and the power running. Our MEP engineers take many aspects into consideration when working on electrical projects, from load analysis and wiring routes to the layout and scope of the building.
Whether it’s an office complex or high-rise apartments, a well-designed plumbing system is vital for all buildings. Our MEP engineers take many factors into account when drafting and designing water, plumbing and drainage systems. As experts in plumbing engineering, we will verify that your plumbing systems – such as water, sewer, vent, gas and storm drains – are sized correctly and that the systems will work together for the most efficient building design and implementation. We’ll also make sure that they’re in compliance with plumbing codes, best practices, and regulations
Our MEP consulting firm takes pride in staying on top of the latest California building codes and energy requirements. We want to help you maintain and develop high energy efficiency standards. As Certified Energy Plans Examiners (CEPE), our MEP engineers can provide both Title 24 calculations and a California energy compliance report for your project. Our Title 24 energy analysis will ensure that your construction is completed correctly, on time and on budget.
Sustainable engineering has never been more important than it is today. Our MEP engineers approach mechanical, electrical and plumbing design with the goal of increasing energy efficiency while decreasing potential environmental impacts. We strive to conserve natural resources and are constantly evaluating the methods and materials we use as an innovative MEP engineering firm. We’ll work with your team to determine energy requirements and savings opportunities as well. Whether it’s a small residential addition or a large commercial construction project, we’ll partner with you to incorporate sustainable engineering best practices.
To provide our clients with a fully cohesive MEP engineering plan, we offer Building Information Modeling (BIM). This includes 3D design drafting, which shows how the project will integrate in the current environment. Building Information Modeling (BIM) helps us create an accurate digital representation of your project and better visualize how different mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems will work together. It can save time and money during construction and prevent project conflicts.