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Facilities Engineering

Loureiro’s multidisciplinary engineering team provides a complete range of specialty engineering services that support building owners and building managers in their quest to solve building performance issues at their facilities. The operational performance of any facility can shift gradually over time, generally going undetected until the facility is no longer performing in an adequate or desirable manner. Long before the performance of a facility becomes a burden to the owner, we generally endeavor to meet with ownership to develop a strategic plan that will adequately remediate future building performance issues.

Whether planning for the future or solving immediate problems, Loureiro’s engineering professionals will provide technical support in planning building maintenance, or will assist owners with building component upgrades, repairs, expansions, demolition of building components, evaluation of building envelope issues, energy system evaluations, environmental evaluations with impact to facility operations, and the refit of existing facility spaces for operational changes. The strategy for success on all our projects requires that we focus on the challenge of juggling constructability, budget, and sustainability, as well as meeting our client’s expectations. Having worked with facility owners for many years, Loureiro has gained insight as to what is important for achieving success and meeting our client’s expectations. It is through our multidisciplinary knowledge and understanding of building systems – including the building site – that we are able to successfully guide the facility owner.

Our engineering professionals bring satisfaction to our clients through commitment and technical expertise:

  • Modifications and alterations to existing building structures
  • Feasibility study / technology evaluation
  • Storm water management studies and design to control flooding
  • UST/AST removal and replacement
  • Energy use evaluation and remediation
  • Energy modeling
  • Condition assessment of existing structures
  • Uninterruptible power supplies
  • Fire protection system design
  • Emergency power generation
  • Alternative clean-up strategies