JP Harvey Engineering Solutions (JPHES) has a strong team of engineers and designers with the knowledge and experience required to satisfy the requirements of any project you may have. We feature a team of Professional Engineers (PE) licensed in multiple states, Engineers-in-Training (EIT), and Graduate Engineers that specialize in Plumbing, Mechanical, and Electrical design. Our team also includes other specialized credentials including:
With the constant change in today’s construction world to maintain sustainable facilities, JPHES continues to review and evaluate innovative products as they’re being released from vendors. For example, JPHES was one of the first engineering firms in the area to utilize Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) systems which is a very efficient way to condition a building with the capability to heat/cool a facility without the need for compressor energy. When designed appropriately, the system can utilize the heat rejection from one space to heat an adjacent space.
Here at JPHES, we take pride in our work and strive to make facility owners proud of their facilities. Numerous amounts of our projects have been nominated for awards and are award winning projects. We currently have LEED Certified projects (ranging from the Certified level to the Platinum level), LEED projects that have been design approved (pending construction approval), HRACE Award of Merits in Best Sustainable Category, and Best Renovated or Historic Rehabilitation Project.
JPHES stands behind our work and will make ourselves available to meet your needs. We understand that the world is full of imperfections and there will surely be questions and/or tight schedules. We work hard to coordinate our schedules to ensure that someone will be available to answer questions, attend meetings, and/or package submittals. JPHES does not try to meet the project schedule because we strive to exceed the schedule to help overall team coordination. We understand that coordination at the beginning of a project alleviates headaches at the end of a project.