Plumbing systems with a “whole building” approach
High-performance and environmentally-focused designs are key in affecting water efficiency, pollution systems, and providing a sustainable site. With our forty-five years of experience, your team and building can benefit from plumbing assessments, recommend alternatives, and new integrated systems that meet specific objectives.
More important for your bottom line, we can identify new ways to conserve water, lower your utility costs, and assist in conserving natural resources.
R.E. Dimond and Associates provides support for these and other building plumbing systems:
- Domestic hot and cold water distribution
- Sanitary waste and vent
- Acid waste and vent
- Grease waste
- LEED building design
- Well building design
- Septic field design
- Medical gas systems
- Process water systems
- Reverse osmosis and deionized water
- Science laboratories
- Fueling stations
- Swimming pools
- Baptismal fonts
- Irrigation systems
- Commercial kitchens
- Compressed Air, natural gas
- Fire protection – wet sprinkler, dry sprinkler, standpipe system, pre-action systems, clean agent systems
When electrical systems meet plumbing engineering services
Your building’s water systems have just as many innovative solutions and are just as critical in sustainable design
Energy costs are one of the most sought building savings. Years of campaigns to switch light bulbs and install energy-saving motion sensors and lighting systems have made saving on electricity costs a source of pride and savings for higher education, schools, healthcare facilities, industrial projects, commercial buildings, and other municipal government or large building projects.
Our plumbing engineers and designers have knowledge and experience in electrical integration through low flow and sensor-operated faucets, mixing valves, and water heating equipment throughout our services portfolio.
When planning your building’s water and plumbing needs, we set high expectations. We specialize in domestic and potable water systems that protect public health. Fire suppression, filtration, mechanical, cleaning, and even landscape irrigation keep buildings practical, on budget, and safe for every customer and client.
Low-flow water systems have improved dramatically over the last decade
Chosen and installed correctly, 像热水器高效低流量装置, boilers, and circulation systems stop water — and money — from going down the drain without frustrating customers or clients.
Paired with alternative fuels such as wind, solar, and bio-diesel, many water systems can heat and cool water with even better resource management. This intersection of electrical, mechanical, and building plumbing systems is where R.E. Dimond and Associates shine.
And when you do need wastewater, stormwater, or sewage to flow down the drain, R.E. Dimond engineers keep these critical building systems at the forefront of projects.
Our plumbing engineers begin by identifying paths and points of contact from your building’s sewer system to containment or disposal, offsite or on-location, with separate or common building waste streams. New development in stormwater technology can also efficiently move water away from your structure before it damages your foundation or other infrastructure.
Plumbing consulting engineering services completed recently around Indiana
Ninth Avenue Foods Dairy Processing Plant
This new construction project in Columbus is bringing significant investment in one of Indiana’s best cities. Our teams are actively providing mechanical, plumbing, and electrical design consulting for this project.
Hulman Center Renovation
Located on Indiana State University’s campus in Terre Haute, Indiana, this 174,000 square foot building underwent significant changes to its interior and exterior. Our teams assisted with efficient systems including fire suppression, restrooms, and more.
Read more about ISU’s Hulman Center Renovation
Indiana Veterans Center Renovation
Near Downtown Indianapolis along North Meridian Street, this historic structure was updated with new electrical and plumbing systems, including high-efficiency chillers and heating systems. All without damaging or negatively impacting the historic character of the building. See more about the Indiana Veterans Center renovation