Tri-Tech Engineering


M-E-P Engineering

The M-E-P team at Tri-Tech consists of experienced Mechanical and Electrical engineers, designers, and support staff.

Mechanical Engineering

Proper provisions for personal comfort through temperature and humidity control are one of the most important aspects of any building system. In addition to creature comfort levels, the direct and indirect costs associated with maintaining a healthy environment are critical to the overall success of the facility. Through the design approach completed by Tri-Tech, the facility is modeled to represent the most optimal approach for proper conditioning. We work with the design team to establish proper orientation and building envelope features, including shading coefficients, glazing factors, and other features that impact the total energy consumption.

Tri-Tech approaches design elements by evaluating all aspects of the system, considering first-costs, operational costs, and maintenance expenses, and then choosing the approach that is most beneficial to the owner. The engineering staff at Tri-Tech has extensive experience working with building management systems on multiple platforms, and regularly uses this experience to incorporate or modify total building management systems.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical distribution and lighting design are key components of construction projects, and Tri-Tech has the technical skills and resources available to provide you superior service. Our staff has acquired invaluable experience in dealing with all varieties of electrical designs from complex solar projects to simple office layouts and designs. Many successful projects have included low & medium voltage power distribution, fault current and arc flash studies, and specialty lighting designs.  These projects have given our staff the knowledge and experience necessary to integrate current technology with proven design practices. Using this integrated approach to design, the engineering staff at Tri-Tech is able to implement the right technology in the right applications, which result in a cutting-edge final project for the owner. Some types of applications with which the staff at Tri-Tech are proficient include specialty lighting controls, such as occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting, and integrated dimming systems, all of which function to provide energy efficiency in addition to adding flexibility to lighting controls within the facility.

Another impact of integrating technology and proven design practices is the energy savings that can be realized. Our experience in designing projects to satisfy energy code requirements while maintaining an aesthetic appeal gives you a cost-effective way to complete both your engineering and construction within your budget. We have a history of successful projects that balance energy efficiency and building performance.

Overview of Technical Services

Building Services and Process Piping

  • Water Conservation Studies
  • Hydronic Water Systems
  • Chilled/Process/Reservoir Water Systems
  • Steam and Condensate
  • Compressed Air Systems
  • Specialty Pumping and Piping
  • Building Utility Maps
  • Utility Usage Surveys
  • Distribution Piping
  • Chemical Treatment Applications
  • Process Waste Systems
  • Special Gases
  • Underground Utility Surveys
  • Fire Protection Specifications

HVAC and Industrial Ventilation

  • HVAC Systems: VAV, VVT, & CV
  • Energy Conservation Studies/Audits
  • Energy Code Compliance
  • Tank Ventilation
  • Dust, Smoke, Oil Mist and Fume Exhaust
  • High Pressure Conveying
  • Air Scrubbers and Dropout Chambers
  • Process Exhaust
  • Specialty Hood Designs
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Replacement and Dilution Air
  • Heat and Smoke Vents
  • Industrial Plant Air Conditioning and Man Cooling Systems
  • High Pressure Low Volume Exhaust Ventilation
  • Electrical and Mechanical Room Ventilation
  • Clean Room Systems
  • Commissioning

Electrical Power, Lighting and Controls

  • Certified Energy Management Services
  • Power Distribution
  • Back-up Generator Selection
  • Specialty Interior Lighting
  • Site and Parking Lighting
  • Road and Highway Lighting
  • Panel Design and Layouts
  • Process and Motor Controls
  • Load Studies
  • PLC Programming
  • Operator Interface Systems
  • Computer Networks and Data
  • Communication Systems
  • Instrumentation
  • Troubleshooting
  • Explosion-proof and Intrinsically Safe Systems
  • Utility Surveys and Single Line Diagrams
  • Data Acquisition
  • Alarm Systems
  • HVAC Controls
  • Robotics