There are many different methods you can use to heat and cool a building. Your question is: which method is best for you and your budget? Our engineers listen carefully to your needs and discuss options with you before beginning design work.
Electrical systems require careful coordination with the owner, architect, other design disciplines, and the local electric service provider. Our designs consider space lighting needs, lighting types, switch locations, receptacle locations, telephone and data needs, service size and type, emergency power, egress lighting, and site lighting.
Plumbing systems are often overlooked and yet are one of the most vital parts of an overall building design. Most of what engineers do when designing specific building systems is dictated by local, state, and federal codes; however, with plumbing systems design, art and science are mixed in with code requirements.
Your project can only witness its full potential when both functionality and economic efficiency are held paramount in design. Our qualified civil engineering team works hard to ensure that the infrastructure surrounding and underneath each project is designed with these principles in mind.
The surveying team at Valley Engineering provides accurate and quality surveying for all healthcare, residential, commercial, and industrial projects. Our surveying division has over 150 years combined experience.
From the very conception of your project, chances are that you would benefit from the consultation of our professionally trained team of planners. Valley Engineering is happy to help you with any variety of situations.
No matter how nice a building may be, people prefer to be outside. By respecting each individual site and acknowledging its advantages and disadvantages, we make design decisions that create spaces that feel comfortable and natural, not contrived and artificial.
Project commissioning is the process of assuring all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design elements of a new or renovated facility have been designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained according to the operational requirements defined by the design team and owner.