Electrical Engineering

Along with the architects and interior designers who shape, color and give texture to the space, electrical engineers complete the “feel” of the environment by designing the lighting to complement the architecture and augment the natural light. As part of the design team, electrical engineers also work to map out an infrastructure for your building that will allow you to keep up with the changes in technology. We design the systems that no one notices until they need them. And to stay up to date with the latest technologies, we continuously attend specialized conferences and meet with suppliers.

The hidden harmony is better than the obvious Pablo Picasso

Mechanical Engineering

A successful mechanical design results in a comfortable, quiet and functional building. HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire Protection may be low in glamour, but we know they rank high in importance. At 2K, we are experienced in designing quiet, efficient economical mechanical systems that work so well you won’t even notice them.As mechanical engineers, we are an integral part of the design team. Our goal is to add value to the selection, placement and configuration of equipment, by taking into consideration the life cycle cost of each design choice.

Scientists dream about doing great things. Engineers do them James A. Michener

Structural Engineering

The structural integrity beneath the skin of a building is where our work as structural designers is found. Most observers know that it is there, but do not consider how it came into being. As the architectural design takes form, our structural engineers collaborate with the architect, mechanical engineers, and others on the team to integrate the needed framework. Our structural engineers bring solutions that do not inhibit the creativity of the design team, allowing the space to successfully meet the design objectives and provide the most cost effective structure possible.

Integrity is the essence of everything successful Richard Buckminster Fuller

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