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We Offer a Wide Variety of Services

Civil Engineering

Civil engineers conceive, design, build, supervise, operate, construct, and maintain infrastructure projects and systems in the public and private sector, including roads, buildings, parking and transportation passage ways, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment.

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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers typically design power-producing machines, such as electric generators, internal combustion engines, and steam and gas turbines, as well as power-using machines, such as refrigeration and air-conditioning systems. Mechanical engineers @ IEG typically provide the design for systems that heat and cool the buildings or equipment; they provide comfort and air quality for the end-user and support refrigeration or IT systems.

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Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineer evaluates electrical systems, products, components, and applications by designing/applying knowledge to the characteristics of electricity and materials. They source power in coordination with local power companies, and design an internal building supply to provide it to all the systems within a building.

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Fire Alarm/Protection Engineering

The Fire Alarm design is by the Electrical Engineering team, providing safe alert and egress from a building in a fire emergency. Fire Protection design is by the Plumbing Engineers, providing sprinklers and other emergency systems when a fire occurs to prolong the building users escape to safety. They may perform system and device upgrades on occasion. They must be knowledgeable about all fire safety codes and regulations; Fire Alarm design is needed to ensure that the installed devices meet all local and federal laws and building codes.

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Structural Engineering

Structural engineering is a branch of civil engineering, and its applications are diverse. A great deal of what structural engineers do involves designing structures such as buildings, bridges, tunnels, etc. The majority of structural engineers work primarily as consultants to architects or design-build contractors – designing based on the live and dead loads that affect all structures.

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Plumbing Engineering

The Plumbing Engineer is involved with systems that overlap into the mechanical, civil, and chemical engineering disciplines. The Plumbing Engineer is in a key position to influence the water efficiency, sustainable site, energy, fire protection, and pollution systems of a facility.

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Lighting Design

Lighting Design is a branch of Electrical Engineering. When we are called to provide a lighting design, we will source the artificial lighting, and natural lighting to create the desired atmosphere, while keeping in mind issues of visibility, safety, and cost.

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Fuel Systems Engineering

Developing fuel system requirements and architecture, including fuel containment and fuel management, the design of the Fuel System and related system integration.  This includes requirements definition, specification and ICD creation, Supplier coordination, test execution, drawing creation, product certification, product improvement, and field support.

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Permit Coordination Services

Permit coordinators reach out to and coordinate with the full design team of architects, civil, structural and MEP engineers, and owners, along with support staff to facilitate permit acceptance and organizing the necessary submittals to City and other review agencies. They manage the permit process so our clients have first-hand and timely knowledge of the project’s progress.

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