Six Different Types of MEP Services

At MEP we aim to provide customized energy efficiency and engineering design services to building owners and managers that allow them to save money on their utilities, while at the same time reducing their carbon footprint and becoming better stewards of the environment. We offer a wide array of services that range from providing construction defect expert witness to engineering design services. Our employees keep up to date on upcoming legislation like California’s AB 802 and Los Angeles’ Existing Buildings Energy and Water Efficiency mandate “EBEWE” to help our customers comply without having to bury themselves in research. We help building owners and operators understand and improve their buildings, enhancing the workspace of thousands. Here are just a few of the most often requested ways in which we do just that.

Construction Defect Expert Witness
MEP offers Construction defect expert witness services. Our experienced Principal Engineer, Glenn Tanner, has been assisting our commercial, industrial, shopping center, multi-family, medical, educational and hospitality customers as a construction defect expert witness since 1990. He serves as a construction expert witness, and testifies on many facets of the construction process, including issues involving construction maintenance, construction defects, and construction management. We write reports that cover construction mediation, construction scheduling, construction standards of care, and construction cost estimates. We also testify on forensic construction investigations, construction defects, general contractors, licensed contractors, and construction disputes, as well as other issues.

AB 802 and EBEWE
MEP keeps up to date on California’s energy benchmarking legislation. From AB 802 to Los Angeles’ Existing Buildings Energy and Water Efficiency Program “EBEWE”, our staff researches new laws and ordinances to ensure our clients know how to comply with the often complicated and sometimes changing policies. In AB 802’s case our employees have attended webinars and followed the drafts’ changes via e-mail updates to be able to ensure our clients would have the most up to date information possible. We walk building owners and operators through the process and assist them with using ENERGY STAR’s Portfolio Manager to benchmark their buildings energy usage. Transparency and benchmarking laws like California’s AB 802 are growing increasingly common so if you are not already required to comply with one, it is possible that you will have to soon. Contact MEP today to see what transparency and benchmarking laws there are in your neck of the woods.

ESA Los Angeles
An ESA or Energy Services Agreement is a contract that allows energy efficiency to be packaged as a service that building owners pay for through savings, and that generally requires no (or minimal) upfront costs to the building owner. An ESA is an alternative to using equity or a traditional loan to retrofit a building. An ESA serves as a written agreement between a housing authority and an energy services company outlining the work to be done under a performance contract. For housing authorities, the ESA must contain the following elements: savings guarantee, scope of work, savings calculation methodology, and financing terms. Aside from retrofitting buildings without putting up capital, an ESA can solve specific issues that typically make investing in energy efficiency difficult for various types of real estate owners. MEP assists commercial, educational, healthcare and municipal customers with their ESA needs.

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