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Maintenance Design Group Adds Engineering, Plumbing

July 29, 2014 - Press Release

Maintenance Design Group (MDG), specializing in planning and design for transportation maintenance facilities, has expanded its service offerings to include mechanical and electrical engineering and plumbing (MEP) design. This additional scope of work is a natural expansion of the firm’s current services.  Because of the equipment-intensive nature of maintenance facilities and the specialized requirements for process piping, power, lighting, ventilation, and alternative fuels impacts on these systems, the firm’s design scope is already deeply intertwined with the MEP systems — so much so, that much of what Maintenance Design Group does informs the MEP design of these buildings.

"Providing in-house MEP engineers that, like our facility designers and planners, are the national maintenance facility experts, offers our clients a much more holistic, integrated facility," stated Don Leidy, managing principal of MDG.

MDG’s MEP practice is based out of the firm’s Denver and Baltimore offices and provides mechanical and electrical engineering exclusively for the firm’s maintenance facility projects located throughout the United States.

Maintenance Design Group specializes in planning and functional design for transportation maintenance facilities across the U.S. The firm has offices in Denver, Houston, Baltimore, and Los Angeles.

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