Follow Us:


Home Mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP)

Mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP)

Mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) refers to these aspects of building design and construction. In commercial buildings, these elements are often designed by a specialized engineering firm. MEP design is important for planning, decision making, accurate documentation, performance- and cost-estimation, construction, and operating/maintaining the resulting facilities.


We offer a flexible customized service to meet client’s needs across the business sector.

⁃  Design Base report based on the input of Architect and Client.
⁃ Preparation of Preliminary Layout for Internal Services.
⁃ Preparation of Project ( MEP) Budgetary Cost for Internal Works.
⁃ Preparation of Final Working Layouts of Electrical, HVAC and Allied Services.

Mechanical Works In Mep For A Building Project

Various types of mechanical systems are used in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.


However, three types of account for most of the mechanical design work in multifamily and commercial constructions:

  • Space heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Mechanical ventilation


Electrical Works In Mep For A Building Project

In high-rise constructions, one of the main challenges in electrical design is defining the optimal routes for conduit and wiring. However, there tends to be more flexible than in mechanical systems, since electrical circuits require much less space and can be routed around obstacles more easily. With the aid of MEP design software, conduit and wiring can be laid out while minimizing total circuit lengths, and avoiding location conflicts with mechanical and plumbing installations.


Plumbing Works In Mep For A Building Project

Plumbing refers to any system that allows the movement of fluids, typically involving pipes, valves, plumbing fixtures, tanks, and other apparatus.

Just like mechanical and electrical installations, plumbing requires laying out complex piping routes, and MEP design software widely used by engineering firms to simplify the process.

Plumbing installations interact with both mechanical and electrical systems at many points, which emphasize the importance of collaboration among design teams:

  • High-rise buildings typically need water booster pumps, which run with electricity.
  • Domestic hot water systems typically get their heat through one of the following configurations: a dedicated boiler, a heat exchanger connected to a space heating boiler, or an electric heater (a conventional resistance heater or a heat pump).

Providing design, consulting & execution in Mechanical & Electrical.

Nature Of Work:

Electrical System

Fire Fighting System

HVAC System

Networking System