The most well-designed, functional space can render itself useless if the air quality is not conditioned properly.
The specific use of the space and requirements of the client are critical to designing an efficient and suitable HVAC system. During our initial investigation, our engineers develop design criteria to define the requirements for temperature, humidity, odors, heat recovery and suitable fresh makeup air. Our approach and ultimate goal is to design an energy efficient and comfortable environment for all building occupants.
Whitman engineers have successfully designed high efficiency HVAC systems for developers, office and corporate spaces, retail stores and restaurants, schools, universities, correctional facilities, laboratories, hotels, theaters, data centers and health care facilities.
All designs meet all the latest LEED design criteria and are designed in accordance with:
- ASHRAE 62.1 – Ventilation
- International Mechanical Code 2006 – Ventilation
- International Energy Conservation Code 2006 – Energy Use
- International Building Code 2006 – Construction