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Facility Master Planning

Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems are a vital component for the execution of a successful master plan. Partner’s experienced engineers can create and execute an MEP Master Plan for an entirely new infrastructure or to upgrade outdated systems.

Benefits of Facility Master Planning

In the execution of master plan improvements, mechanical and electrical systems are just as important as any other part of the facility. A Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) master plan allows for a planned approach to upgrade aging and overextended equipment or to plan new, cost-saving, and energy-efficient alternatives. The best approach to a facility master plan is to view the system as a whole while tying it into improvements with other departments who are participating in the overall building design. Partner’s mechanical and electrical engineers, plumbing and HVAC specialists, and energy and LEED-accredited professionals are able to coordinate with project engineers and architects to establish a comprehensive strategy for accommodating the present and future needs of the facility. Our staff uses the latest technologies, including Building Information Modeling (BIM), to design critical building systems such as electrical power distribution, heating and cooling plants, lighting, and plumbing infrastructure for a range of facility types such as higher education campuses, healthcare facilities, and office complexes.

Benefits of Facility Master Planning

  • Integrated, flexible, upgradable framework
  • Figures in potential changes in technology and environment
  • Cost savings through energy efficiency and sustainability
  • Shortcomings are identified up front, avoiding time-consuming revisions and change orders
  • Improved infrastructure that increases capacity, redundancy, and reliability
  • Reduced repairs/maintenance
  • Ensures compliance with ever-changing codes and standards