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How MEP Engineering Adds Value to Your Project

Posted by ENGVT on Aug 22, 2019 11:03:00 AM

MEP Engineering Provides Immediate and Long Term Benefits

Through the use of BIM technology, MEP Engineers can collaborate with building owners and designers to develop working visualizations of a building’s mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems. This opens the door to system awareness and system improvements that can have both immediate and long term benefits. 

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Topics: MEP engineering

Modular MEP Systems and Lean Construction

Posted by ENGVT on Apr 11, 2019 2:25:49 PM

From BIM to Modular MEP to Lean Construction 

Modularization is taking root in many fields. Mostly in manufacturing industries but also in applications as far flung as software development and the Internet of Things (IoT). In the fields of engineering and construction, modular design and modular processes are introducing new levels of project quality, productivity, efficiency and cost compared to traditional methods.

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Topics: lean construction, modular manufacturing, modular mep

Welcoming Stephen Gioacchini as Mechanical Designer

Posted by ENGVT on Dec 4, 2018 10:22:00 AM

Mechanical Designer, Stephen Gioacchini Re-joins ENGVT

ENGVT expanded its design team with the hire of Mechanical Design expert, Stephen Gioacchini. 

Stephen brings more than 25 years of experience in CAD design, specializing in piping and modular skid design for process facilities in the Natural Gas, Semiconductor (ultra high-purity), and Wastewater industries. 

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Topics: mechanical designer, careers

Jason Peters Hired as Virtual Design and Construction Manager

Posted by ENGVT on Nov 20, 2018 2:15:58 PM

ENGVT Welcomes New Virtual Design and Construction Manager

ENGVT has added Jason Peters to its team of multi-disciplinary design experts. Jason has been hired to fill the position of Virtual Design and Construction Manager, bringing with him two decades of experience in construction, engineering and building technology.

Prior to joining ENGVT, Jason held the position of Virtual Construction Manager at PC Construction in South Burlington, Vermont. As a pioneer of that position, Jason both built and managed the Virtual Construction Department there.

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Topics: virtual design and construction, careers

Asahi and Harrington Industrial Plastics Host Special Training

Posted by ENGVT on Oct 29, 2018 12:58:47 PM

Highlights From Asahi and Harrington Industrial Plastics Training Event

As part of an educational and partnership-building initiative, a team of CPS Group engineers were invited by Asahi/America, Inc., and Harrington Industrial Plastics to participate in a special training and certification event. During the eventMechanical and Senior Project Engineers from ENGVT and NEHP were treated to an ultra-high-purity and industrial plastics training seminar which also included a complete tour of Asahi/America, Inc.

The gesture was well-received and turned out to be a valuable experience for everyone involved.

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Topics: Ultra-High-Purity Piping, careers

Young Mechanical Engineers Find Career Paths at ENGVT

Posted by ENGVT on Aug 14, 2018 3:07:47 PM

Launching Mechanical Engineering Careers In a Sea of Opportunity

ENGVT has hired two recent Clarkson University graduates, Karl Spooner and Tim Martin as Associate Engineers.

“Tim and Karl are a perfect addition to our growing roster,” said Jerry Chabot, President of ENGVT. “Their skills and education add strength and synergy to our team. With such a noticeable growth in demand for mechanical engineers, and so many industries competing for them, we are happy to be a part of their career path and to be connected with their talent.”

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Topics: careers, mechanical engineering

Collaboration in Revit MEP/Architecture

Posted by ENGVT on Aug 8, 2018 11:01:42 AM

Revit MEP / Architecture Solves Collaboration Issues

As buildings become more advanced to meet energy and water use goals, such as those outlined in the LEED and Architecture 2030 Challenge platforms, the design of MEP systems must be able to react to changes in the overall building design throughout the design process. This will ensure that the MEP systems are properly sized and take into account the inevitable load variations throughout the building.

Understanding the importance of real-time coordination between MEP engineers, architects and construction managers means taking advantage of software tools that exist on the market today. Luckily Revit has been designed with collaboration in mind, by including powerful and efficient tools that make communication between disciplines understandable and easy. 

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Topics: revit mep