Healthcare Facilities are constantly changing to meet patient care needs and industry requirements. New technology and changing demographics also influence changes to Healthcare Facilities. Systems Design Engineering has built long term relationships with healthcare providers to keep up with these changes and demanding infrastructure requirements.

Our Building Systems engineering staff is knowledgeable of the applicable codes and standards for mechanical and electrical systems in healthcare facilities, and are experienced in Health Care Facility Design. These codes and standards include the American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities, the National Electrical Code, and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.

Healthcare Facilities have a variety of mechanical and electrical requirements. Systems must be designed to be cost effective, sustainable, easily maintained and energy efficient. We design energy efficient systems for the comfort of patients and staff in the health care physical environment.


HVAC - Temperature, Humidity, Indoor Air Quality, Noise, Vibration, Space Pressurization, Minimum Air Changes

Plumbing/Fire Protection - Domestic Water, Medical Gases, Medical Air, Water Filtration

Electrical - Electrical Power, Emergency Power, Branch Circuiting, Lighting, Lighting Controls, Fire alarm, Nurse Call, IT Cabling / IT Room, Intercom, Paging, Security/Access Control/CCTV