Engineering Counter Measures to COVIDShopper-Covid-500

Dwyer Engineering understands that businesses need to stay open, and need solutions that are not simply dependent on costly changes in operational procedures.   Profit margins are thinner than ever in this economy, and labor is the highest cost.  It is critical to get mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems that work to reduce the risk of exposure and infection, without sacrificing building system reliability.  

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Solutions for Existing Buildings

At Dwyer Engineering, we solve engineering problems related to the operation and maintenance of existing buildings with the same careful focus that we bring to new sites.  We also understand how to modify existing buildings for new uses, so you can convert empty space to long term leases. 

Our experienced engineers meticulously survey sites to uncover problems and identify any issues that might cause trouble in the future.   We discuss issues with your building staff to understand their perspectives, so that our solutions work for you. 



Prototype Development

Dwyer Engineering can help expanding brands roll out efficient new sites.  We develop new prototypes and execute designs that deliver low energy and water costs, while increasing reliability and comfort.  If you need to cut construction and energy budgets or solve mechanical, electrical, plumbing and refrigeration engineering problems, we can perform a detailed design review.

  • Reduce energy and water use
  • Reduce capital expenditures
  • Improve humidity control
  • Right-size electrical switchgear
  • Optimize refrigeration systems


Sectors We Serve

Energy Consulting

Our engineers do ASHRAE Building Energy Analysis Performance verification, verify EnergyStar performance for properties, do retro-commissioning of existing buildings, or calculate cost-savings for energy saving measures on planned buildings.  If you have a utility dispute, we also analyze your bills, visit the site, verify test for leaks, inspect meters, and recover excess utility dollars.  

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