The mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) engineers of Johnson & Pace provide high quality, accurate designs and services that comply with established codes and technical guidelines. Using Autodesk REVIT, our engineers use building information modeling (BIM) to make facility design a collaborative, integrated process with architects and other designers.
Mechanical engineering design capabilities include building air conditioning (cooling and heating), exhaust systems for restrooms, kitchens & special environments, dust collection, and ducting systems (VOC, blowers, etc.).
Electrical systems are designed according to the National Electric Code (NEC, NFPA 70), the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), and local requirements.
Plumbing engineering design capabilities include the following systems: domestic hot and cold water, sanitary sewer & vent, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LP), compressed air and process piping, such as; thermal oil, wax, resin, etc..
Energy-saving and cost-saving measures are standard inclusions for each Johnson and Pace design. During the designing process, our mechanical engineers can incorporate “green” initiatives, such as GBCI’s LEED Certification, to the extent desired by the client.
- Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
- Direct Digital Control (DDC)
- Piped Heating and Cooling Water Generation / Distribution
- Domestic Cold and Hot Water
- Domestic Waste and Vent
- Domestic Hot Water Heating
- Natural Gas Piping
- Roof Drain and Piping
- Automatic Sprinkler (Performance Specifications)
- Medical Gas