New York Engineers is a national professional engineering firm that offers design and consulting services, focusing on mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) installations. We offer a wide range of services for property developers and building owners:
- Designing MEP systems of adequate capacity according to building conditions, meeting the specific needs of each client.
- Compliance with national standards, as well as building codes specific to each state or city. This ensures a quick project approval with local authorities.
- Energy efficiency, specifying building systems that accomplish their intended function while saving electricity and fuel.
- Project management and commissioning, ensuring all systems are installed and configured according to the approved design documents.
- Consulting services for existing buildings, to detect performance issues and promising upgrades. This includes energy efficiency measures and renewable energy systems.
Our team is composed of qualified design engineers from many technical fields, who deploy the latest design and modeling tools to deliver high-performance solutions for your building. We focus on code compliance and quick project approval, ensuring you can start construction as soon as possible.
Your building needs mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems to operate properly, and our experienced MEP team ensure these installations are designed correctly. NY Engineers National MEP engineering services can also help you meet all national standards and local building codes that apply to your project, getting a quick approval.
Building services such as potable water, space heating, ventilation, and fire protection are possible thanks to mechanical engineering. However, these systems must be designed with the right capacity to operate optimally, without oversizing or undersizing. Our qualified mechanical engineers can analyze your building needs and design the best solution.
A reliable electric supply is vital in modern constructions since it is used by appliances and building systems. Electrical engineering services ensure a safe and reliable voltage supply, compliant with the National Electrical Code. Electrical engineers can also design energy-saving measures and renewable systems to reduce your power bills.
Architectural engineering complements the work of architects, focusing on the technical requirements that make building operation possible. After the project architect has defined the space distribution and aesthetic aspects of a building, according to client needs, architectural engineers are responsible for the structural foundation and building systems.
Once you have a code-compliant design for your building systems, construction engineers can help you ensure a correct installation with a solid project management process. Construction engineering combines the technical aspects of buildings with management skills like project scheduling, cost estimation, progress tracking, and technical staff management.
Improving the performance of your building is always beneficial to both the owner and the environment, but there is a budget to meet. Our certified value engineers are specialist in achieving as much benefits as possible with the project capital available. While design and consulting ensure a high level of performance, value engineering improves the project’s financial returns or ROI.
Uncontrolled fire can cause severe damage in a building while threatening occupants. Fire protection engineers design the systems that detect fire and smoke, to activate alarms and automatic measures such as fire sprinklers. Fire protection engineering also deals with measures that help firefighters when their assistance is required.
HVAC engineering deals with heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, which keep indoor temperature and humidity at suitable levels for occupancy while delivering a constant supply of fresh air. HVAC engineers can design these installations according to the exact needs of your building, ensuring both comfort and efficient operation.
Mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems perform a fundamental role in built environments since they sustain indoor conditions that are suitable for human occupancy. However, you cannot proceed with MEP installations unless their design has been approved by local authorities. Installing equipment without a permit is against the law, and potentially dangerous if the project lacks a professional design.
Our MEP engineering services ensure your building installations are functional, safe, code-compliant and energy efficient. We can also inspect existing MEP systems, detecting issues that need attention and designing the corresponding solutions.
If you want a highly functional building, its MEP systems must be designed properly. However, you must also ensure that all equipment is installed according to the approved design, or you may not get the performance you expect. By preventing installation errors you also speed up the start of operations: your building can pass the inspections on the first attempt, avoiding expensive changes.
New York Engineers can provide supervision and project management services during the construction phase, ensuring that the completed project and the design documents match. We also offer commissioning services for existing properties, in order to restore building system performance to the original conditions specified in design documents.
With our professional consulting services, you can identify the most promising upgrades for existing building systems. Even if your MEP systems were originally installed according to code, building technologies are constantly evolving there may be promising upgrades available. Building upgrades achieve the best results when they are designed according to your building needs; an upgrade that is effective in a neighboring property may have little application in yours, and vice-versa.
In addition to improving performance, our engineering consultants can identify safety issues in your building and propose solutions. Perhaps the insulation of your electrical wiring systems has been damaged over time, or the supports of some mechanical equipment are worn down. You can also get a fire safety assessment, and improve the performance of your fire protection systems.