The mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering systems are those that consume energy within our built environment and are also the direct interaction between the occupants and the building.  As LEED® accredited professionals, Telios is an award-winning firm committed to the sustainability in operations of buildings. 

Engineering the MEP components of any building to align with, if not surpass, the requirements for USGBC LEED  Certification or Energy Star Performance Ratings is a goal of each and every engineer on the Telios team.  For the past decade, the firm has been heavily involved with sustainable building design and innovative indoor air quality design. In fact, Telios’ sustainability consultants provide submission review services for the U.S. Green Building Certification Institute and are well-versed in the theory, design, and proper documentation for sustainable building projects.

We provide a full suite of sustainability services including LEED consultation and project management, retroactive and mission critical commissioning, energy modeling, energy audits, facility assessments, and indoor air quality audits. Telios also provides energy modeling training and consulting services for other engineering firms; our team both practices and teaches sustainability.

Recently, the firm worked to help the building owner achieve LEED certification for the Rosewood Court building under LEED for Existing Buildings: Operation & Maintenance (LEED EB: O&M). Rosewood Court is a 19-story, 475,000 square foot office tower located in Uptown, Dallas. The effort required a wide variety of expertise and included energy auditing and modeling, indoor air quality auditing, code ventilation compliance, policy development, and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing retro-fits. Ultimately, every pursued credit was earned and the building achieved LEED Gold certification.