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Our integrated, multi-discipline capabilities provide a significant advantage in project management and scheduling when it comes to the development of master plans and the design of campus utility and underground infrastructure and central plant facilities.


With our campus utility projects, we use a management team approach, engaging stakeholders from a range of campus departments and interests. As the consultant, we use a staged process to identify a range of practical alternatives and facilitate team decisions on location, site extents, exterior elevations, construction cost, and efficiency.

We shape campus energy systems to the unique form and function of their ultimate end-uses, while gaining production efficiency, minimizing costs of operation and fuel usage, and incorporating energy conservation as a key component. Whether it’s a first order energy audit, major or minor renovations, or the construction of a new utility plant facility and distribution system, our engineers have in-depth experience to deliver an efficient, cost-effective, project.


  • Utility Development Plans
  • Central Utility Plants
  • Thermal Energy Storage
  • Infrastructure Expansion
  • District Energy


  • The University of Arizona
  • Arizona State University
  • Northern Arizona University
  • University of Wyoming
  • University of Illinois
  • University of Alaska
Department Manager Electrical Engineering

Ye Zhang, PE


“You and your team do a great job of walking the line between innovation and good old fashioned mechanical engineering.  I always get enough info and ideas to keep things running by day, and enough vision of the future to keep my imagination working through the night.”

Scott Perelstein Director of Operations, Facility Services, Northern Arizona University