Even the most minor changes in commercial space demand the attention of a mechanical engineer. Facility safety wears a myriad of hats in Jefferson City. The responsibilities to ensure fire protection, healthy indoor air quality, and energy conservation are ongoing in a commercial building.
Learn why renovations, new equipment and offensive odors demand the support a mechanical engineer.
Mechanical engineers licensed in Jefferson County design ventilation systems according to the projected occupancy, type of HVAC system and building equipment. Even when an unused area is renovated or repurposed to accommodate workers, a mechanical engineer has to ensure that the buildings HVAC system has the proper ventilation for comfort and indoor air quality.
Energy conservation and comfort embody another facet of space planning to take into consideration. Placement of a thermostat, cubicles, partitions and other furniture have the ability to influence ventilation, energy efficiency as well as indoor air quality.
For commercial building renovations and space planning, Hoffmann Brothers mechanical contractors offer advice to uphold safety and energy conservation.
New Furniture Office Equipment
Printers, sofas, and certain furniture textiles contain elements which can affect good indoor air quality. For instance, a new copier machine may call for better ventilation or a cooler temperature than other spaces of an office building. Consult a mechanical contractor to determine if there are any safety and ventilation issues to amend with new equipment.
Exterior Lingering Smells
In the summer, outside pollutants have a way of seeping into office buildings in Jefferson City. Because many mechanical HVAC systems typically deliver some exterior air, harsh odors can ruin indoor comfort levels. A mechanical engineer can amend an unsavory smells through the ventilation system and the appropriate air filtration system to control noxious fumes.
Please dial 314.664.3536 for assistance in your renovation, new equipment or other mechanical specifications.