Partnerships


 

M&E Engineers, Inc is a full service Mechanical and Electrical Consulting Engineering firm, providing engineering, design, commissioning and related services for HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Protection Systems for a wide range of commercial, industrial, municipal, and institutional clients. M&E has built a depth of understanding of energy use and conservation measures unsurpassed by most of the engineering firms in the industry, and prides itself on being proactive and hands-on. M&E believes in creating “innovative energy solutions” and are committed to define, design, and deliver projects on time and within budget. M&E is our partner in the United States of America.


 

Marecon B.V. is a consultancy company specialised in business development and project management with a long standing experience in realisation of the projects in emerging markets. The company initiates and advices on the green solutions, implementation of innovative technologies and structuring the project in a sustainable manner. Marecon B.V. provides for account and contract management, trouble shooting and process control through the whole project chain and arrangement for financing. The company is active in sectors of critical facilities infrastructure. Marecon is our partner in The Russian Federation.   


A building is never a goal on itself. It starts an interaction with those who live and work in it. This interaction is mainly through the technical equipment. Facilities and materials seem to change in an organism that operates on a human scale. This is the technology that makes buildings livable. That is the technology Ingenium signs in for.

The society and the people’s minds are constantly in motion. Ingenium evolves also in this quest for greater sustainability, accountability, security and comfort. We do this by designing reliable, efficient and durable equipment and study on an economic and ecologically feasible basis. Ingenium is our partner in Belgium.


 

In a close partnership with E3C and ttsp hwp seidel, Deerns was asked to further develop the Cube Concept, a new way of cooling data centres.This concept results in high cost savings in the mechanical and electrical systems due to amongst others the smaller power need and construction materials (building volume can be cut by 50%).