MEP Engineering

What is MEP Engineering?


MEP Engineering refers to the design and construction of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems. In commercial buildings these aspects are often designed by an engineering firm that specializing in MEP. MEP design is important for decision-making, accurate documentation, performance and cost-estimation, and construction planning. It is an essential component in the management and operation of any facility.


Effectiv MEP Designs


EffectivEnergy Solutions provides clients and their facilities with complete engineering design services. From concept development through the generation of construction documents, we deliver building designs tailored to our clients' specific needs, budget and objectives.  Document deliverables include AutoCAD drawings, specifications and load calculations. 

We are experts in:

  • Heating
  • Cooling
  • Dehumidifying
  • Humidifying
  • LED Lighting
  • HVAC Equipment
  • Estimating
  • AutoCad Drawings
  • Geothermal Design
  • Solar Design
  • Ventilation
  • Indoor Air Quality – Air Cleaning and Air Movement


The Effectiv Difference - Doing More, with Less.


Our innovative and cost-effective designs call for fewer control valves, fewer sequence of operation and fewer pumps. This results in more savings on both up-front costs and energy expenditures. The more we know about your control system, the less controls you need. The larger the central plant.  The more energy we can save you.

Like in the below example, with our designs, most new HVAC units will NOT be located on the roof. They will be located indoors for better access and improved curb appeal. 



Experts and Innovators


Our experts are certified or licensed as P.E., E.I.T, LEED AP or a combination of the three. We are continuously learning about the newest developments in energy engineering so that our clients benefit from new and innovative technologies.  We actively  participate in a variety of organizations, including: The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). See more of our affiliations and certifications here


Technology and Documentation

  • AutoCAD
  • Trane 700 for Load Calculations
  • Signed and Sealed Permits and Drawings in PA, DE, NJ and FL