Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) is instrumental in building occupant comfort. The engineers at Yagla Engineering Services are knowledgeable in the variety of HVAC systems and work with the client to ensure that the system designed is appropriate for the intended use of the building, while maintaining client budget criteria.
Electrical engineering for buildings is crucial not only in building occupant comfort, but is essential in providing necessary life safety measures. Lighting design is an essential element in ensuring the occupied space has the necessary light levels for the specific work environment as well as adding to the aesthetics of the space.
The plumbing engineer ensures that the domestic water service and sanitary systems are designed properly in order to provide fresh, clean water and remove grey water from the site.
Yagla Engineering Services, Inc. (YES) is a full service MEP engineering consulting firm. Projects include the mechanical (HVAC), electrical and plumbing engineering for new construction, renovations and additions, as well as interior tenant build-outs. YES is federal government certified: woman-owned, veteran-owned small business. The team of engineers at Yagla Engineering Services has over five decades of experience in the MEP engineering industry.
Project Description: This project consisted of the construction of a new 6-story luxury apartment complex located in the heart of downtown Wheaton, IL. The building features amenities including landscaped courtyards, a swimming pool, fitness center, conference facilities with meeting rooms, and a dedicated dog run. The final use of the building is anticipated to be[…]
Project Description: The mixed use development coming to the Old Village Hall site in downtown Lisle includes 202 well-appointed apartment homes in five stories on Burlington Avenue and three to four stories along Main Street, with indoor parking for residents and tenants, as well as 35 new on-street parking spaces. Some 14,000 square feet of[…]
STREAMLINED FOR FELINES With more natural daylight, a residential feel, and Chicago’s first cat café, the new building’s design fulfills every cat’s fantasy. This is a state-of-the-art adoption center and low-cost veterinary clinic with housing for up to 200 cats. CARE FOR EVERYONE A full-service public vet clinic will help us provide quality care for[…]
Project Description: This project consists of the interior renovations to an approximate 4,560 sf. medical office building with an approximate 780 sf. fertility medicine laboratory. The HVAC for the general office space is served by an existing 10-ton, roof-mounted, constant air volume unit that was outfitted with zone dampers to provide necessary temperature zones throughout[…]
The Client: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Architect: Kurtz Associates Architects Project Description: Project consisted of the construction of an approximate 11,500 sf. single story facility to house the offices, testing facility, and shop areas for the Crop Sciences Department at the University of Illinois. Two (2) split system furnaces with ERV and DX cooling were[…]
Project Description: Yoga By Degrees – Wheaton 4,300 sf. Yoga by Degrees – Western Springs 5,888 sf. Custom HVAC systems for each of the two (2) hot yoga studios in each facility were designed. The hot yoga studios need to be capable of providing high temperatures and high humidity for specific classes and then be[…]
The Architect: Sharp Architects, Inc. Project Description: Interior renovation to the Historic Sycamore Train Depot to provide the office and community space for the DeKalb County Community Foundation.
The Architect: Sharp Architects, Inc. Project Description: Expansion and interior renovations to Hope Haven Homeless Shelter.The expanded shelter houses an additional 30 emergency residents. The 4,300 sf. addition will create a separate Mens’ Emergency shelter that will include dormitory, shower, and living spaces for the new residents. The addition will also include a multi-purpose room for[…]
The Architect: Myefski Architects Project Description: A new and exciting 17,000 sf. 3-level restaurant in the heart of Chicago. An emergency generator was designed for the life safety system for this high occupancy restaurant and lounge.
The Client: Restaurants America The Architect: Stantec Project Description: Highland Tavern A 5,300 sf. restaurant and bar for the Restaurants America family of restaurants in Highland Village, TX. Chica Loca – Roosevelt Collection A 8,611 sf. restaurant and bar for the Restaurants America family of restaurants in Chicago IL. Park Tavern – Harper Court A 5,300 sf.[…]