We treat every project small or large as a top priority. We partner with our client’s staff to understand their engineering requirement. LXCEG team uses information provided from clients to create a final product that totally satisfies their requirements. We have all the necessary professional insurance to support our projects. We work in a practical manner to produce coordinated working drawings to code, and to satisfy the clients space requirements and safety compliance prior to commencing work. We offer value engineering options as part of our design development.
Facility Design and Assessments
We are skilled at developing engineering systems and performing energy modeling and commissioning services for projects that meet high levels of LEED® certification, EPA Energy Star designation, and ASHRAE 90.1 compliance requirements. Our professionals have designed and assessed high-end tenant spaces, data centers, hotels, single and multi-family residential complexes, government facilities, educational and institutional buildings, complex healthcare environments, power plants, and mission-critical TIER-rated facilities.
Looking Beyond Standard Requirements
Building owners can turn to our team of experts to help them stay ahead of the latest accreditation trends. With thorough knowledge of past and present building codes, we guide clients through system testing, documentation, and protocols. Our design and commissioning manuals give building owners the confidence to hand off operations, testing, and maintenance, and give accreditation agencies the documentation necessary to determine facility compliance.
With national leaders active in the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Condition Engineers, Inc. (ASHRAE) and The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) healthcare committees, we offer skilled dynamic engineering expertise. Some of our engineers have specialized in healthcare design for more than 15 years.
Applying Expertise for High-Level Patient Care
High-performing hospital HVAC systems must mitigate airborne infections and maintain comfort, be reliable, require low maintenance, be energy efficient, and be sustainable. The correct combination and interaction of those variables, in relation to the unique environment of each hospital, are what makes for a high-performing facility—the purpose of which is always patient care.