INDUSTRIAL, DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS
Manufacturing and industrial environments are some of the most demanding for engineered systems. Reliability, durability, and energy efficiency are important characteristics of all components and systems installed in industrial plants. Regardless of the industry – pharmaceutical, food, chemicals, manufacturing, or technology – focus, 24/7 reliability and precision can play a vital role. Environmental conditions must adjust quickly to meet strict production or regulatory guidelines.
The design and construction of distribution facilities possess diverse engineering challenges with facilities that include food and beverage, cold storage, electronics, or stored goods. The design and construction of distribution facilities possess diverse engineering challenges with facilities that include food and beverage, cold storage, electronics, or stored goods.
With the difficult task of balancing the environmental requirements with energy consumption cost, our engineers are capable of leveraging past experience into customized and innovative solutions that meet each client’s needs. Solutions AEC delivers engineered systems that enhance the overall environment in multipurpose facilities, making them more energy efficient and minimizing the operational costs.
Beyond traditional design/build engineering services and systems Solutions AEC has helped our customers save money by providing energy performance studies and improvements through performance contracts. Our industrial and distribution customers include a wide array of end users as well as specialty contractors in need engineering support to service their own clients.
This is an interior view of the spin cell during construction.
Solutions provided MEP engineering services on this new 30,000 Sq. Ft. headquarters building, including office and laboratory spaces. The facility features chilled/heated ceiling and floor slabs, radiant floor heating, a misting room to reduce water consumption by 75%. Building utilizes daylight harvesting, and underfloor air distribution system for reduced energy use. Laboratory and office areas are backed by a standby generator, and UPS for critical laboratory equipment.
SAEC completed MEP design for a new high-bay single-story Engine Dynamometer Facility for testing Marine Corps assets and equipment, including reciprocating engines and transmissions. Design of engine and dynamometer systems including power, exhaust, ventilation, cooling water, fuel, saltwater, and drainage systems. Facility utilized evaporative cooling systems to for test cell cooling.