Mixed-use buildings bring a unique set of challenges and opportunities to the table, demanding innovative MEP engineering solutions to ensure the seamless integration of apartment living alongside commercial spaces. This blog explores the intricacies of MEP design in mixed-use settings, addressing key challenges and proposing tailored solutions. Understanding the Complexity:

In the realm of apartment construction, the significance of a well-integrated Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) design cannot be overstated. This blog delves into the pivotal role of integrated MEP design in enhancing energy efficiency, promoting sustainability, and elevating overall occupant comfort. Understanding the Synergy: Integrating MEP for Efficiency Optimizing

MEP Engineering for New Mixed-Use Development in New Britain, CT

Introduction: The Westmain St Mixed-Use Residential and Retail Complex project, located in New Britain, Connecticut, involves the development of a modern building that combines residential apartments with commercial retail spaces. The project aims to create a dynamic structure with a footprint of 14,500 square feet, featuring four floors of residential

MEP Design and Engineering for Hotel Hampton Inn and Suites in Thorncreek, Colorado

We are proud to announce that we have recently started providing MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) design and engineering services for the new Hotel Hampton Inn in Thorncreek, Colorado. The hotel is part of the Hilton family of brands, which has a reputation for quality, comfort, and service. The hotel

MEP Design and Engineering for New Mixed-Use Apartment in Foothill Blvd. Fontana

InnoDez is proud to offer a comprehensive suite of services for a 24-unit mixed-use apartment building located at 13381 Foothill Blvd. in Fontana, CA. Our services for this project include: Mechanical design and engineering Electrical design and engineering Plumbing design and engineering Title 24 energy compliance Current low voltage Photometric

MEP Schematic Design for a New Mixed-Use Development at Stockton, CA

InnoDez completed MEP Schematic Design for a New Mixed-Use Development at Stockton, CA. Project Address:242 N. Sutter St. Stockton, CA Building Area: 36,000 SF Proposed building is a 3-story mixed-use development consisting of 77 residential dwelling units with 1 retail space at level 1. Architectural plans are in planning approval