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What does InnoDez stand for?

InnoDez stands for Innovative Design. At InnoDez we aim to bring your vision to life through design of high-quality buildings that meet all required state standards. Our team of ingenious designers and engineers will make sure to collaborate with you on every stage of the process, from design development to construction document phases, for  commercial, residential, and industrial building designs.

How fast does InnoDez complete MEP projects?

InnoDez has a fast turn-around in completing MEP projects that differentiates it in comparison with other MEP firms. Having experiences and talented MEP teams enable InnoDez in completing MEP projects very fast and with high quality. We deliver MEP plans for residential projects within one week and commercial projects within two weeks.

Where is InnoDez located?

InnoDez has offices in California, Texas, Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

What are InnoDez services?

InnoDez provides a range of design and engineering services for commercial, residential, and industrial projects in California, Texas, Florida,  Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. These include MEP, Structural and Civil Engineering, Title 24 and Fire Sprinkler System Design.

How is InnoDez design process?

InnoDez design and engineering process includes programming and feasibility study, Schematic Concept Design (SD), Design Development (DD) and Construction Documents (CD). After final permit set is submitted to the city, InnoDez will complete any city corrections until obtaining final permits.

What type of projects does InnoDez do?

InnoDez manages different type of residential projects such as Single-family Houses, Multi-Family Houses, Apartments, Mixed-Use Buildings etc. as well as commercial projects like office, restaurant, warehouse, hospitality buildings, retail etc.  No project is so big or so small for InnoDez.

Where has InnoDez done design and engineering projects?

InnoDez has completed more than 800 projects all over California,  Texas, Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.