Our engineering team supports our architecture and interior design services to provide a complete package for enhanced coordination and execution of projects. Our MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) engineers offer clients a full complement of services dedicated to efficient system operation. Careful engineering studies ensure that each system balances the initial cost against operating costs to achieve an optimal life-cycle cost-benefit ratio that satisfies client expectations.

1 Piling Layout
2 Footing Layout
3 Structural Layout
4 Load Calculation
5 Post-tension Layout
6 Bar Bending Schedule
1 Piling Layout
We have professional team of engineers, designers and drafters involved in product design also having vast experience in all areas of mechanical design and drafting projects. The design of a piping system can have a significant impact on the successful operation of your mechanical project. Items such as sump design, suction piping design, suction and discharge pipe size, etc needs to be carefully considered before they are implemented and for that you need extremely perfect and accurate piping design and drawings. Some of our piling design and drafting services as below:
  • Basic and detail piping design
  • Process piping design
  • Pump piping design
  • PDS piping design
  • Steam piping design
  • Boiler piping design
  • Pipe support design
  • Pipe stress analysis
  • Preparation of piping material specifications
  • Piping layout and detail engineering drawings for process industry using cad
  • Preparation of equipment general arrangement drawings
  • Executing piping studies
  • Preparation of single line structure drawings and piping load data
  • Preparation of nozzle orientation and support cleat requirement drawings
  • Preparation of technical specifications for piping and specialty items
  • Process plant layout and piping design
  • Piping isometric drawings
2 Footing Layout
The layout of the footings and what to do with the footing excavation excess soil material should be considered together. You need to consider how much offset is required from the actual wall lines in order to accomplish the excavation. These items should be thought through in advance of the actual layout and footing excavation in order to proceed in the most effective manner. Foundations vary according to their use, the soil-bearing capacity, and the type of material available. The material may be cut stone, rock, brick, concrete, tile, or wood, depending on the weight the foundation is to support.
3 Structural Layout
Our staff is skilled at producing all types of engineering specific drawings that comply with ANSI, JIC, NEC and ASTM drafting standards. We are also able to adhere to AIA standards for layering, line styles, weights and colors. A complete set of MEP drawings for electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems may include:
  • floorplans
  • elevations
  • reflective ceiling
  • section details
  • specifications and general notes
  • Bill of Materials
  • mechanical schedules
  • electrical schedules
  • data sheets
4 Load Calculation
Spaces are entities that model the interior spaces of rooms and are grouped into zones. A zone represents an actual building zone that has its own heating and cooling requirements. Spaces and zones aid in calculating the heating and cooling loads for a building plan. After you create spaces and zones, you can assign them the engineering data needed for calculating loads and airflows. You export the engineering and building information in Green Building XML (gbXML) format, that are used in external analysis tools. After you analyze the file, you can import the results into your drawing. You can view the calculated loads and airflows for the spaces and zones, and design your duct systems accordingly.
5 Post-tension Layout
SNIQSYS Post-tensioning details is a compilation of over 80 typical details used on structural drawings for building construction. Areas covered by details:
  • Elevated post-tensioned slabs
  • Post-tensioned beams
  • Two-way and one-way construction
  • Aggressive and non-aggressive environments
  • Drop caps and panels
  • Post-tensioned ground supported slabs (SOG)
  • Banded and distributed tendon layout
  • Stressing and anchorage details
  • Trim bars for crack control
  • Temperature and Shrinkage Reinforcement
  • Closure strips, stressing blockouts, and construction joints
  • Openings and inserts
  • Construction notes
6 Bar Bending Schedule
The bar bending schedule helps in the management of reinforcement bars that need to be cut and bent into rebars. Building Information Modeling provides break down of bars by quantity, diameter, length, weight, shape and cross sectional views. Our team follows the specific requirement of our clients based on the standard code and practice for individual item like pile, footing, raft foundation, column, wall, stair, beam and slab with detail bar tagging, spacing and lapping of different zones.