Mechanical System Design
Comfort, Air Quality & Efficiency
At Designed Air Systems Ltd., we believe that effective control of your office/work environment and maintenance of indoor air quality is the most important investment you can make for the future comfort and well-being of your staff or tenants. Without intelligent planning of mechanical HVAC systems and controls, the cost of remedial action and lost productivity will far outweigh the expense of good pre-tender design.
We Take Pride in Every Project, Large or Small
We strive to build long-term relationships built on trust, performance and accountability. We love what we do and take pride in every project, large or small. Satisfied clients are simply our best form of advertising, as our repeat business has allowed us to offer insight into our clients’ business needs and tailor their systems to best-serve their specific needs.
Servicing Vancouver Island and BC with Cost-Effective Engineering Designs
Our experienced team can provide the following mechanical design and engineering services:
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We Use the Latest AutoCAD Software
Our mechanical design and engineering section has CAD (computer-aided design) workstations and large format plotting and scanning facilities using the latest “AutoCAD MEP” and “Raster Design” software. All design drawings can be shared with other professionals (architects, structural engineers, facilities management personnel etc.) to reduce replication of the drawing tasks involved in mounting a project. The large format scanning system allows existing blueprints to be scanned, edited or updated and reprinted for remedial project use, or archival purposes. We can provide a detailed project list customized to your specific engineering requirements.
Green Building Integration/Energy Modeling
At Designed Air Systems Ltd. we offer services that can make your current mechanical systems more energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Using the latest software, we’re able to effectively model the energy requirements for a new or existing building, and explain how your building’s mechanical systems work and how you can benefit from implementing more green building methods, while still maintaining client comfort and energy efficiency.