MEP Design

MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) design is a vital aspect of the construction and engineering industry, encompassing the planning, coordination, and implementation of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems within buildings and infrastructure projects; This comprehensive design discipline ensures that the built environment is equipped with efficient and functional systems that cater to the comfort, safety, and sustainability needs of its occupants.

mechanical systems

In the realm of mechanical systems, MEP design entails the specification and layout of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems; These systems regulate temperature, humidity, and air quality, creating a comfortable indoor environment while optimizing energy efficiency. Our MEP engineers at ADC carefully select equipment, design ductwork, and implement controls to achieve the desired climate control, considering factors like occupant comfort, building occupancy patterns, and energy consumption.

Electrical systems

Electrical systems in MEP design encompass the planning and distribution of power, lighting, and communication systems; Our MEP engineers calculate electrical loads, design wiring and distribution networks, and specify fixtures to ensure safe and reliable electrical supply. They also integrate lighting designs that enhance functionality, aesthetics, and energy efficiency; Additionally, they may include low-voltage systems like security, fire alarm, and data communication, contributing to the overall safety and functionality of the building.

Plumbing systems

Plumbing systems are another critical component of MEP design; This includes the design of water supply and distribution systems, sewage and wastewater drainage systems, and fixtures like sinks, toilets, and showers; our Plumbing engineers at ADC ensure proper water pressure, flow rates, and drainage, adhering to local codes and regulations to safeguard public health and hygiene; Sustainable plumbing design practices, such as rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling, are increasingly integrated into MEP designs to conserve water resources.