As a full service mechanical engineering design contractor, Mechanical Design Services, Inc. (MDS) is capable of handling all of your HVAC design needs. Working from an initial drafting board drawing or a general set of building specifications, our designers can create a detailed set of HVAC or process plans ready for implementation at the construction site. MDS uses the latest HVAC software (including AutoCAD) to work efficiently with all members of your team, including architects, engineers and general contractors.
Our experience in HVAC system design and construction has led to many satisfied customers. Many report significant reductions in operating costs and maintenance and noticeable improvements in air quality and system reliability.
Because HVAC systems account for 40% to 60% of the energy used in commercial buildings, good design work is critical. Many issues that surface after a job is completed are related to inferior design work, including user discomfort, poor indoor air quality and improper ventilation. At MDS, we address each of these issues early in the schematic design phase as we work closely with all project team members, including architects, engineers and general contractors. Our goal is to design a system that works within your budget and saves energy costs, without sacrifice to user comfort or air quality.
Once a plan meets your requirements, our Sales and Estimating department will assist you with all your pricing needs. Whether it's a simple roof top unit or a complete central boiler, temperature control and chilled water plan, we're ready to help. We provide everything from budget estimates to formal quotations on your projects.
Many customers request pricing based on the estimated scope of a project alone, without specifications and engineering drawings. Our sales staff works out design/build quotes on a regular basis and is happy to help design a project that works well and fits within your budget. We will add our design expertise to help you define the scope of your project and create a realistic estimate of what's involved.