YAGLA ENGINEERING SERVICES!
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 & Lighting
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.
Plumbing engineering design services are crucial to the health and well-being of the building occupant. 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.
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.
When managing an industrial facility, your time is valuable and you can’t be in more places than one. Facility temperature control requirements can exhaust valuable time and effort better spent elsewhere.
In an age where there are energy generation processes aplenty, two popular methods are the generation of power by heat and the generation of power by electricity. However, there is another way to create highly-efficient energy that many people might not know about.
The storm sewer plays an essential role in controlling the quantity, quality, timing, and distribution of storm runoff. Without a reliable storm drainage system, there is potential for building flooding, vehicle accidents, or damage to roadways.
When considering total facility costs, the buck doesn’t stop with the price of acquisition. Your investment goes far beyond the money you’ll be shelling out for the price of the building. To determine what you’ll actually be paying, you’ll need a Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA).