Facility Assessments, Studies & Investigations

MEP Assessments, Studies & Investigations

Not all engineering projects result in construction drawings. Often, the first step to solving a problem in a building is performing a detailed assessment to pinpoint the cause. Depending on the project, this can involve detailed field survey to establish existing conditions, analysis of original design documents, performance of load calculations, and comparisons of expected versus actual energy use. Studies, assessments, and investigations provide building owners the information they need to develop appropriate maintenance budgets, prioritize future construction projects, and improve building energy performance.

 

Examples of Studies Performed:

  • The Sagamore Energy Assessment
  • NIH Charging Stations Study
  • Grand Bel Manor Energy Assessment
  • 7500 Old Georgetown Road Energy Evaluation
  • Potomac Shores PTAC Evaluation
  • DOT Headquarters Energy Modeling
  • Washington Post Fuel Pump Evaluation
  • Washington Canoe Club Electrical System Evaluation
  • Freddie Mac Cooling Tower Replacement Study
  • Fairfax Station HVAC Evaluation
  • Clark Headquarters Energy Modeling
  • HVAC System Building 334 – Mold Investigation
  • HVAC System Building 334 – Mold Investigation
  • Open Source Power Evaluation
  • NAC High Temperature Water Boiler Assessment
  • FBI Firing Range HVAC Evaluation
  • Building 2118 Mold Evaluation
  • FDA Switchgear and Distribution System Evaluation
  • DOT Headquarters Chiller Plant Cross Connection Evaluation
  • John Adams North Exit Passageway Facility Assessment
  • AOC Earthquake Facility Assessment
  • HIR Redundant Power System Upgrade Assessment
  • Freddie Mac Irrigation Cistern Evaluation
  • Building 411 Restroom Relocation Study
  • VOA Greenville Facility Assessment

 

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