Engineering Design

Engineering The US Green Buildings Council (USGBC®) organized a ratings system which Dynamix Engineering has used since before it became accepted as the standard, and we have been specifying sustainable features since the inception of the firm. We also employ a staff of controls engineers with experience in control systems engineering, programming, installation, and commissioning.

Our designs incorporate appropriate leading-edge technologies into a holistic design that serves the clients goals and fulfills their vision for the project.


Some examples of our applied innovation include:

• Water efficiency (LoadMatch distribution, low flow water fixtures) • Energy performance optimization • Building commissioning • Lighting flexibility
• Hydronic heating and cooling • Indoor air quality control • Building automation and controls




Building Information Modeling or BIM, has revolutionized the construction industry and allows designers, engineers, and facility owners to understand how a facility is constructed and how it behaves in a dynamic, interactive way. Everything from spatial relationships, light analysis and geographic information, to the quantities and properties of various building components can be incorporated into BIM.

This information can be leveraged to isolate and define the scope of various projects, understand how innovative changes will affect a budget, or to properly support and maintain a facility and its systems.

Dynamix Engineering uses Revit Software to create 3-D models of their engineering systems, which improves the coordination process, increases efficiency and offers the client an opportunity for an enhanced visual conception of their project.

Other advantages to using 3D BIM include

  • Modeling each individual system and associated devices while coordinating their locations relative to one another.
  • Understanding the interaction between the architectural files with the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology files helps to properly calculate the building loads.
  • Comprehensive conflict recognition between systems or components.
  • Interactive design process
Last Updated on Friday, 13 April 2012 16:27