Engineering a New MEP means we take a 360-degree look at every project. Prior to considering design alternatives and solutions, we first understand the owner's and architect's vision for the structure's completion and, most importantly, its future use and operation.
Our approach relies on knowledge earned from 30+ years for sustainable, innovative, and dependable MEP system and lighting design, but also involves attentive listening, out-of-the-box thinking, and practiced problem-solving. Alban Engineering delivers solutions based on this full-circle view that consistently results in achieving not only our objectives for the project, but in accomplishing the client's and architect's ultimate goals.
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"Jeff Alban is a terrific engineer that we have worked closely with for almost thirty years. He is an expert at sustainable mechanical system design. His knowledge and leadership in mechanical engineering is extraordinary from concept design thru life cycle analysis, energy modeling into field implementation. Jeff understands how to explain engineering systems to non-engineers and does a good job problem solving in the field. I highly recommend Jeff and his firm."
Melanie Hennigan, AIA, LEEP AP, President, Grimm + Parker Architects
“There are so many incredible things to say about the experience St. Joseph Church had working with Alban Engineering on our most recent lighting project. The steeple is a main stay of our church, and the goal for many years was to illuminate the top of the church and show it off for all to see. When we began the project, everything could not have gone smoother in terms of the design, meeting, and culmination of the project. Alban Engineering was incredible to work with and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a future lighting project. Not only did I notice the professionalism and expertise in the company, but they showed that they truly cared about the project and the people involved in the project. Thank you for such a wonderful job and we look forward to doing more work in the near future.”
Michael Ciattei, Director of Operations, St. Joseph Parrish