Just as location and timing affect the success of a mixed-use development, the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and low voltage system decisions can impact critical aspects and have ramifications affecting the property's marketability and profitability. Shared characteristics of the MEP engineering design challenges for multi-family, hospitality, and mixed-use include coordination of the MEP systems which must accommodate multiple room and multiple facility uses, while remaining fully integrated and coordinated.

Telios’ design solutions account for the specialized needs of mixed-use facilities and provide the most economical design alternatives. These include campus-wide fire alarm systems, sight-line decisions on placement of HVAC equipment, multi-level and zoned comfort systems, utilities coordination, and compensating for open doors. We consult to add value on long-term vs. short-term HVAC approaches that can impact the leasing package thus considering the client’s revenue stream.

Achieving LEED Gold certification, Telios recently completed a 250,000 SF historic office building renovation which was repurposed into a 199 unit apartment complex in downtown Dallas.  

As a fully integrated building system design firm, Telios provides MEP engineering, structured cabling, voice/data design, commissioning and building assessments to property owners.