Our staff bring diverse specialty engineering expertise. From hospitals and military installations to data centers – our staff have provided professional consulting and engineering services. Facility Managers need reliable data to make complex and long-term decisions. Davenergy has provided clients with numerous engineering studies to provide both data and recommendations to assist decision makers. These include renewable energy feasibility, facility condition, chiller plant expansion, seismic upgrades, space planning, pharmacy compliance, master energy planning, energy resiliency, DD1391 preparation, economic analysis, 35% construction documents, mechanical inventory database population, and more.
Davenergy has multiple Design IDIQ contracts with the Veterans Affairs and we are team members on IDIQ contracts with both the Navy and the Army. We provide expertise in mechanical system design for central plant, HVAC, plumbing, piping, refrigeration, ventilation, and utilities systems. We collaborate with owners, architects, facility managers and contractors to produce innovative designs that incorporate energy conservation, maintenance efficiency and environmental responsibility. Our experienced professionals commission systems to ensure proper installation and function, and our engineers feed the knowledge acquired through commissioning work back into our analysis and design.
This project directly supported the management and development of initial projects including constructability reviews, value engineering, estimates of probable construction, environmental analyses, project documentation and
The overarching goal of this project was to create, on a central server, a building automation system interface for graphics, historical data, and alarms to
VISN 21 A&E Design Services for Project 612A4-18-231 Evaluate all Pharmacy Sites for USP 797/800 Compliance and Corrections
Davenergy was engaged to provide professional engineering services to investigate, evaluate, design, test, and provide analysis and specialty services to accomplish a review of the
The major projects supported Research/Veterinary Facility ($98M), Radiology Consolidation Project ($121M), and Recreation Services Building ($21.3M) are described below and were completed at the end
VISN 21 VAPAHCS Upgrade 12kV Electrical Capacity and Re-balance of Loads on North and South Substations
Davenergy was contracted to provide 35% design development (bridging documents) to replace and upsize the existing 400-amp feeders and to re-balance loads on the North