MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SERVICES
- Design and specify HVAC and plumbing systems for commercial, industrial, and residential construction projects.
- Produce mechanical drawings, specifications, and other construction contract documents.
CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES
- Review Submittals and Shop Drawings
- Perform Construction Observations
- Prepare As Built Record Drawings
- Respond to Requests for Information
- Office Buildings
- High Rises
- Energy Modeling
- Building Investigations
- Energy Audits
- Distribution Centers
- Food Processing Facilities
- Medical Office Buildings
- Healthcare Clinics
- Fabrication Facilities
- Material Processing Facilities
- Material Production Plants
MULTI-FAMILY & RESIDENTIAL
- Low Rise Apartment Complexes
- Assisted Living Facilities
- High End Residential
- Mixed Use Buildings
- Food Establishments
- University Facilities
- College Facilities
The LEED Green Building Rating System is a program developed by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), a nonprofit organization of architects, construction companies, product manufacturers, engineers, consultants and many others. It is a voluntary, consensus-based, market-driven building rating system based on existing techniques and materials. The rating system uses accepted energy and environmental principles to evaluate the whole building. The LEED rating system focuses on an integrated approach in the evaluation of an entire project.
Bob Tikker was the first mechanical engineer in the Treasure Valley to have completed the training and passed the exam to become a LEED accredited design professional. Some of the services we offer include: Thermal Comfort, Indoor Air Quality and Energy Modeling of the building. Tikker Engineering currently has three projects looking to become LEED accredited buildings: Title One – Premier Alliance Building, Barber Park – Improvements Project – Phase 2 and the 500 Broad Building.