As technology progresses, the value proposition of building systems becomes more complex and integrated.  Telios offers a team of design professionals who provide designs for independent building systems or integrate a complex array of building systems accommodating the best value of our clients.

Our in-house system design expertise includes:

Mechanical Data Cabling Fire protection
Electrical Audio-Visual Fire alarm
Plumbing Security Control systems


Corporate Commercial
Telios, Corporate Office – State Farm building system services included MEP engineering, technology design, Data and Security design and consulting for shell and interior office, parking garage retail and campus.

Corporate Commercial

Recent experience on over 7 million square feet of corporate campus ground up design and 3 million square feet of interior renovation, Telios building system designs address energy efficiency, first costs, flexibility, scalability, teleconferencing, and hoteling.  Telios assists in establishing building systems deliverables; defining shell versus tenant mechanical, electrical, and technology systems and construction scopes.

Building systems are complex and clients need consultants who clearly communicate the options, speak to different levels of building system understanding, while never losing site of the project goals. Our MEP engineering and technology system designs align with those agreements; assist in bidding the documents; evaluate bids; entertain and assess alternative value-engineering ideas; offer construction administration; and finally commission systems and train staff.

Telios, Healthcare provides MEP engineering for radiology and ICU, for Texas Harris HEB.


Telios’ healthcare engineering and technology teams have proven experience to balance factors that are unique to medical environments which require design solutions that maximize sustainability, provide programmatic flexibility, and address infection control.

Telios’ experience assists in complex construction phasing to maintain operations while improving facilities.  In over 15 years of healthcare engineering experience, Telios has designed every department within a hospital and limited care facilities, including some of the latest technology found in hybrid operating rooms.  The technology team has provided equipment consulting for everything from nurse call to design of OR integration.

Mission Critical
Telios, Mission Critical provided MEP engineering, Level 5 Commissioning, power and cooling upgrade for Data Bank’s Minneapolis data center.

Mission Critical

Mission Critical Services:

• MEP Engineering
• Level 5 Commissioning
• Selective Coordination and Arc Flash Studies
• PUE Assessment/Validation
• Structured Cabling
• Control System Design (BMS)
• Physical Security Design
• Conceptual Data Center Planning and Cost Estimating

Serving technology, co-location, industrial and institutional markets we have completed over 20MW of infrastructure for data centers, call centers, and emergency operation centers. Telios’ Mission Critical Engineering works with you to understand your 7×24 business objectives, define a level of reliability to support these functions, and then provide flexible design solutions.

Senior Living
Telios provided MEP engineering services for assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing facilities and CCRC communities

Senior Living

Telios’ senior living design experience, includes up to 600,000 square feet of continuum of care facilities, across 8 states and over 30 different client locations.  Telios’ experience includes new ground up, additions and renovations to aged CCRC facilities, Independent Living, Licensed Assisted Living, Memory Care / Alzheimer’s and Skilled Nursing facilities.

Telios has the experience to design the MEP building systems and the increasingly important technology systems that meet modern living standards, regulatory requirements, and sustainable initiatives for senior living communities.

Industrial / Distribution
Telios provided MEP engineering, DAS systems and structured cabling design for industrial and distribution centers

Industrial / Distribution

Our Industrial / Manufacturing / Distribution efforts typically place a higher priority on functionality, reliability, and life cycle costs. Some clients prefer fully automated operations compared to the simpler “battleship quality.”  The MEP engineering design goals are to extend functionality, support sustainability directives, and accommodate new technologies.

Telios projects have included complex, multi-discipline designs as well as standalone work on heating / ventilation / HVAC, plumbing, refrigeration, boiler upgrades, fire protection, electrical power distribution, electrical power quality, interior and exterior lighting, technology infrastructure and telecommunication installations.

Telios MEP Engineering design for new Park Place Lexus auto dealership includes showroom and service garage building LEED Commissioning


The automotive industry requires MEP systems that can meet diverse needs in specific operations including industrial air quality HVAC, specialty lighting for owner controllability and cost control, office and customer service areas as well as new technology applications.

Crucial MEP and technology systems design maximizes building operations. Telios’ approach includes:

  • Third party equipment coordination
  • Lighting design and control systems which impact cost of operations and meets compliance codes
  • Technology systems to track bulk fluids and support the use of pneumatic tools
  • HVAC systems which support air quality in vehicle maintenance and service areas
  • Design applications to meet codes addressing carbon monoxide and compressed natural gas systems
Mixed Use / Multifamily
Telios provided MEP engineering for the new KDC CityLine Master planned development in Richardson, TX.

Mixed Use / Multifamily

Location and timing affect the success of a mixed-use development so also the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and low voltage system decisions can impact critical aspects and have ramifications affecting the property’s marketability and profitability.

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, utility 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.

Telios MEP Engineering design for city county fire station police courts data center. Telios also provided security and low voltage design for churches, university and education facilities.


Telios understands and is experienced in working within the governmental and public agency standards and with multiple vested parties. Our experience includes: Higher Education, City Halls, Libraries, Fire Stations, Data Centers, Police and Court Facilities, LEED Consulting, Recreational and Aquatic Centers, 911 Dispatch and Emergency Operation Centers, and Service Centers.

Adept at addressing the challenges of operational design and cost of diverse facilities as well as management of standards and processes, Telios understands working with varying vested parties, assists with meeting public agency obligation to sustainable initiatives and tight budgets, and seeks to provide the best value by looking for the most cost-effective engineering solutions.


Telios’ mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers bring established, field-tested expertise to their building systems designs. Their design skills are perpetually improved through consistent feedback from our construction administration team.

Our comprehensive HVAC system designs focus on comfort, infection control, life safety and inherently sustainability. Our spectrum of design experience ranges from small retail applications to new, large multi-million square foot campus applications.

Our electrical engineering encompasses all aspects of power planning, electrical distribution up to 25kV, on-site generation, UPS systems, lighting, and fire alarm systems. We offer coordination studies, fault current and arc fault analyses for our own designs, as well as to the market at-large.

Telios’ plumbing engineering and consulting is focused squarely on issues of water quality and conservation, as well as distribution of medical and industrial gases, fire protection, and storm water collection and re-use. As is true of our other professionals, our plumbing design team brings thoughtful experience, understanding and solid performance to every project.

Structured Cabling

No matter what type of business you have, chances are it relies on a network of structured cables (e.g., fiber optic or copper) to transmit data.

A well-designed structured cabling system begins with listening to your needs, pursuing the best value, and establishing and separating sensitive data transmission from inconsequential data.

Telios has proven experience in designing multi-million square foot corporate campus carrier services, fiber loops throughout those campuses, cable-intensive data centers, building distribution systems and the final detail of floor boxes.

Early planning is the key to accommodating your current business applications, while developing a manageable system for the future.

Audio Visual

Corporate communication consistently looks to audio-visual systems to collaborate both locally and globally. As audio-visual systems have become a large portion of a project budget, clients are demanding these systems to be thoughtfully planned, designed and commissioned.

Our approach to audio-visual system design not only seeks the best value for collaborative communication, but also integrates these systems with the structured cable systems to provide holistic good project value. Our audio-visual expertise includes:  presentation systems; conferencing/telepresence systems; and digital media distribution systems.


Security systems have become much more than card access. They can integrate with HVAC and lighting control systems to control energy consumption, and interconnect with car-charging or parking garage access systems to generate revenue.

Security system design must not only anticipate occupant traffic patterns, risk analyses, and establish hierarchies of security, but also consider both normal operations and emergency operations. In a fire alarm scenario, the security system must provide safe egress while maintaining internal security.

Telios’ security design team has the ability to provide simple security system designs to comprehensive, campus-wide systems that not only control access, but incorporates sustainable and financial measures.