Optimum Energy Design Provides
Services to a Variety of Industries.
Our approach to K-12 educational projects is to truly create an environment that provides the best opportunity for learning. In addition, we strive to exceed the sustainability goals of all projects while keeping in mind the district facilities needs for simplicity of maintenance.
Our experience encompasses master planning and assessment, new construction and modernization of commercial projects. We exceed all requirements of the state mandated California Green Code.
With a diverse range of OSHPD to non-OSHPD projects including multiple projects for Kaiser Permanente and other health providers, Optimum Energy can provide necessary engineering and energy services related to healthcare.
Optimum Energy Design provides engineering services for mission critical data centers, various healthcare organizations, educational facilities and Wireless Network Switching and Hub Facilities throughout California.
Be it student housing, restaurants, or mixed accommodation facilities, our experience and attention to detail provides our customers a product that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
With the need for new and updated facilities for various city, county, sanitation and water districts and other municipalities, Optimum Energy provides cutting edge engineering design and support for your facility needs.
With our extensive experience in Fire Training Facilities and Fire stations, parking centers and other utility services, Optimum Energy Design can provide you the experience and expertise that it takes to design such facilities.
With the rising trend towards mixed use facilities that meet the requirements of urban communities, Optimum Energy Design provides the necessary engineering services to meet this growing trend. Our staff is well versed in the complexities of such retail facilities.
We have been involved in various campus buildings and student housing projects throughout the state that have achieved between LEED Silver to LEED platinum certification. The projects have involved varying degrees of complexity for HVAC systems from more complex hydronic systems to natural ventilation opportunities.