Louisville, KY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/07/2017 -- BLUE Energy Group is honored to announce the arrival of professional engineer Keith Dohn who will head BLUE Energy Group's Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) Design Services team. Keith brings a host of in-depth experience that will be invaluable in continuing to offer clients the best in energy consulting.
As a licensed engineering firm that specializes in helping companies receive tax deductions under Section 179D Tax Deduction for Energy Efficient Buildings, BLUE Energy Group's positive reputation for their effective work now extends to their MEP design services. With Professional Engineering licenses in 36 states, their Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) design capability covers a large area of the country as well as a broad spectrum from the most complex to the simplest of systems, large and small buildings, public or private.
"We have built our good reputation on having the capability that our clients demand and our attention to detail. With the addition of Keith to our team, we only get better at doing both. We are now a full service MEP engineering firm offering energy modeling analysis prior to the project, MEP design services, and tax and utility rebate energy modeling services at the end of the project. We are grateful to have Keith come on board and bring his expertise to continue strengthening our team and providing our clients with superior energy/building-system consulting."
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About BLUE Energy Group
BLUE Energy Group is a MEP Design Engineering firm that works with clients across the United States to help them take advantage of the 179D tax deductions granted to building owners and designers of energy efficient systems. BLUE Energy's clients include architects, engineers, energy service companies (ESCOs), accounting firms, and building owners in need of MEP design services or who seek to take advantage of the tax benefits currently allowed under Section 179D of the Internal Revenue Code, related to energy efficient buildings.