Building Engineering Services

Ensuring safe buildings for personnel, businesses, and the environment

Building engineering covers the design, installation usage and maintenance of mechanical, structural, technical, electrical and public health systems within buildings to ensure safe and environmentally-conscious operation.


What do buILDING engineering services include?


In addition to mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP), and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, services that include business engineering cover a wide variety of factors.

  • Mechanical Systems: This includes factors including energy supply, escalators and elevators and refrigeration
  • Electrical: Including low voltage systems, distribution boards and switchgears, fire detection and protection systems, building automation, telephones and IT networks, security systems, and lightning protection
  • Public Health: Plumbing solutions and water supply, drainage, and hygiene and sanitation
  • Miscellaneous: Includes lighting, building facades, and building physics

How can TÜV SÜD AMERICA assist you with building engineering?


In the case of each of the above factors, individual codes and governing bodies often apply. TÜV SÜD America offers inspection and testing services for multiple areas of building engineering including lifts and escalators, HVAC/R equipment, and more. TÜV SÜD Global Risk Consultants offers its Code and Project Services to assist clients in becoming knowledgeable in, achieving and maintaining compliance for all areas of building codes involving fire protection. Code and Project Services professionals specialize in fire protection systems, and the staff can direct you to other internal professionals to ensure that you receive experience customized to your business.


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