A Revolutionary MEP Engineering design process that is Faster, Better, Cheaper and more Sustainable than using conventional design processes.
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Schnackel Engineers, Inc.
Omaha, NE – December 6, 2010 - Schnackel Engineers, Inc., a national mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineering firm based in Omaha, NE officially announces the introduction of its revolutionary new patent pending AEA Optimization Process. The AEA process has been designed to dramatically lower construction costs, automate MEP engineering design, speed the permitting and construction process, and conserve construction materials, energy and natural resources.
Greg Schnackel, President and CEO, commented, “With the introduction of AEA, we have truly created a new paradigm in MEP engineering design. Gone are the days of tedious manual engineering processes that result in less efficient, less accurate designs. We are now able to save architects and building owners significant time and money – in the form of lower design costs, lower construction costs, lower operating costs and more efficient systems, paying benefits both initially and over the life cycle of their projects. ”
He continued that, “The AEA process sets Schnackel Engineers apart from all competitors by virtue of our ability to analyze and dramatically lower construction costs while simultaneously designing superior, smart and sustainable systems. Our proprietary process allows for the design of shorter, more efficient systems with more accurate sizing, resulting in significant savings in construction costs and material usage. What’s more sustainable than using fewer construction materials, saving energy and sending less waste to landfills, all while saving the owner substantial amounts money? ”
The company, based in Omaha, has offices in Pasadena, CA and New York City and operates in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Canada. For more information contact:
Donald J. Wilson
Director of Business Development
Or visit www.schnackel.com
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