Twin Rivers Interior - Mech

Continually evolving codes and standards, in combination with the correlation between a healthy indoor environment and productivity, have made HVAC design a complex and critical  issue in construction. Consideration of total life-cycle costs, including both first cost and operational cost, must be considered as well as an understanding that comfort extends beyond simply controlling temperature. Important factors including humidity, ventilation rates, building pressure, acoustics, and vibration control are all crucial considerations in maintaining optimal and efficient indoor conditions. Our mechanical team utilizes a host of state-of-the-art design tools including Trane Trace and Carrier E20 HVAC load estimating and energy modeling software, HVAC Piping and Duct Design programs CEASAR II Pipe Stress Analysis, AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite Building Information Modeling, and conventional AutoCAD 2D MEP Suite CADD software to design and specify the most efficient, cost-effective, and sustainable system for our clients.

  • Energy Recovery Systems
  • Sound Attenuation and Vibration
  • Laminar Airflow for Surgical Suites and Clean Rooms
  • Infection Control
  • Radiant Heating and Cooling
  • HEPA Filtering for Hazardous Material
  • Preservation of Artifacts
  • LEED Certified Systems Design
  • Process Cooling Systems (Industrial and Medicinal)

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