Because every space is different, there are different challenges and considerations that need to be made when you decide to renovate or design a building. We have outlined a few of them below. Learn what your MEP design may be missing.
Building Owner and Architect Agreement
If there is an agreement between the owner of the building and the MEP designer, then the design is not open to changes, and you will have peace of mind that the design plan is being followed. If changes do need to be made after the agreement, the system design should be changed accordingly within parameters agreed upon by the owner and designer.
Due to the nature of MEP design, you may not know that extra space needs to be made for your mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. If this extra space isn’t considered or if any measurements are off, you could end up with major design flaws. There are examples all over the Internet of poor spatial planning.
Ready to get started on your design? Contact Blue Energy Group today! Not only can we help with your design, but we can ensure that your design meets all qualifications necessary for 179D tax deductions.