LXC Engineering Group provides MEP+F consulting (mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection design), renewable energy, commissioning, engineering inspection, emergency energy management, and forensic engineering analysis services to existing and new building spaces.
Project design Consulting: Provide full in/outdoor lighting design, fire alarm, essential/critical/emergency/normal power distribution, lightening protection design, system/equipment grounding designs for various buildings, industrial facilities, and government institution. In addition, we design co-gen, standby/emergency generators, and UPS systems. Design equipment with voltage classifications ranging from 120v/single phase to 345Kv/3phase system.
Renewable Engineer: Design multiple types of solar systems. We serve residential, commercial, industrial, and utilities customers. We provide appropriate pre & post-design and installation engineering support of energy conservation systems, which include the stand-alone, grid tie and hybrid power systems. We, also, collaborate with our MEP+F department to design any type of facilities site, which may be required.
Support new & existing project design consulting: Support any life -cycle project phase and develop testing, maintenance, lockout tag out, and safety procedures. Test and evaluate equipment, coordinate commissioning, and review CD design set.
Project Power Studies Consulting: Perform power system calculations and studies for electrical systems for various building applications. Client to select any of the studies below as pertaining to building application: demand load, sizing, load flow, voltage drop, fault studies, load schedules, equipment evaluations, arc flash hazard analysis, auto coordination & evaluation, cable ampacity, DC systems with arc flash evaluation, transient motor starting (TMS), industrial simulation (I*SIM), harmonics (HI_WAVE), and ground mat study modules.
Project Consulting: Proposals to be billed on a per-project and per-milestone basis; project consulting offers a client a way to harness our specific recommendations and use our expertise to develop and/or implement initiatives from conceptual planning to turnover.
Forensic Investigations: Proposed and billed on a per-project and per-milestone basis, our investigations will serve the public and private sector markets. We will focus on “troubleshooting” buildings where damage and or failure have occurred. Our reports will outline the description of the problem, the nature of the mechanism which has caused damage or failure, and a list of options for remedial action.
Project Management: Our project management services include defining client needs, preparing bid documents, tendering bid analysis, construction review, payment certification, contract administration, and warranty inspections. Projects include new facilities, renovations, repairs, and remodeling.
Dispute Resolution: Provide dispute resolution services, including arbitration, mediation and expert reports for litigation, supported by forensic engineering services to identify the cause of failures.
Restoration Engineering: Provide condition survey, design, and construction review services for the repair of buildings for electrical section.
Engineer Inspections: Provide prospective homeowners, facilities manager, commercial, industrial, governmental clients with an assessment of their various systems, including incoming service, sub-station, distribution panel, switchboard, switchgear, transformers, ATS, generator, electrical circuits breakers, electrical load devices, electrical cables, electrical lab, building envelope and efficiency, electrical systems, and general safety issues. Provide a photographic record along with a thorough written report.
Commissioning Coordination: Coordinate, direct, and document commissioning power activities using consistent protocols, and regular communications and consultations with all necessary parties, updated timelines or schedules, and technical expertise. Conduct a preconstruction commissioning process meeting.
Site Commission: Preform site visits (as necessary) to observe components and document component system installations. Provide a statistical review of construction, focusing on the owner’s design intent and quality requirements. Attend selected construction progress and pre-installation job site meetings to obtain information on construction progress. Review construction progress meeting minutes for revisions/substitutions related to the owner’s design intent. Assist in resolving any discrepancies.
Commission Testing: Coordinate, review, witness, and recommend approval of manual functional performance tests performed by installing contractors. Coordinate retesting as necessary until satisfactory performance is achieved. The commissioning agent will review each deficiency once as part of the scope of work. If repeat reviews are required, develop ASA requests for compensation as extra services.
Emergency Energy Management Design: Provide temporary or permit design assistance for projects with emergency power systems for critical facilities. Focus on the best practices approach to improving reliability and initiatives to keep critical facilities operational during and after a major natural disaster. In addition assess the various systems in the building as requested by the client, including incoming service, switchboard, switchgear, transformer, generator, UPS, ATS, branch or distribution panel, electrical breakers, electrical load devices, electrical cables, electrical slab, building envelope and efficiency, electrical systems, and general safety issues. Provide a photographic record along with a thorough written report.
Emergency energy management building assessments: Conduct pre- and post-incident assessments of building and infrastructure; execute emergency contract support for life-saving and life-sustaining services; provide technical assistance to include engineering expertise and construction management; provide emergency repair of damaged public infrastructure and critical facilities.