ECEC designs MEP services for infrastructure, new buildings and upgrade projects, with a focus on innovate, low energy solutions. We design for mixed-use Industrial projects, Hotels, residential, retail and high rise.

The key services that ECEC provides to clients include electromechanical consultation services, planning and energy optimization, which helps to reduce operational costs and prolong plant life. This latter is achieved through a mixture of advanced energy saving methods.

For any MEP project, our team of professionals is fully responsible for preparation of complete package with all project details from initial conception phase to the final installation. We provide an exceptional service at every level of the project including overall project management of your changes.


ECEC's hands-on experience on a wide variety of sites in different sectors enables us to provide the inputs to accurately provide modeling data, giving dependable results which are then used in the submission of feasibility studies, either to be used for large Capex energy reduction projects, as well as for addressing the requirements of local authorities planning conditions for renewable energy generation.


We have extensive, highly successful experience in enabling building designs to reach – and often significantly and valuably exceed – planning and building regulations.

Typically, these concern minimum levels of renewable energy use, water and waste efficiency. In Most Cases, we are able to provide solutions which both deliver compliance and cost savings.


ECEC'S involvement during the conceptions of the project has proven to be essential in order to assist with driving through planning applications in a number of high profile developments by addressing the renewable energy and water recyling conditions imposed by the local authority. Invariably, these conditions are becoming more and more demanding as a result of planning guidelines which continue to strive towards less use of resoureces, less waste and reduced Carbon emissions. An important part of applications is the Sustainability report, backed up by our extensive computerized analysis systems which gives accurate predictions of estimated savings and on-site renewable energy generations. ECEC is well versed in negotiating acceptable solutions with local authority sustanibility teams in order to achieve the optimum results for the minimum cost to the developer.


We work with architects to identify, quantify and cost all sustainability options, enabling clients to see just how environmentally clean their building can be. As part of this approach, we make extensive use of dynamic software modelling, making it possible, for example, to accurately measure the financial and environmental cost of, say, altering the exterior colour of a building, its orientation or level of glazing. Similarly, we can test the impact of using different energy sources, climate control and ventilation systems - in fact, the whole range of engineering and architectural options.


The majority of our projects will now involve a study of the potential for using solar power either by generating electricity using PV panels or renewable heat using evacuated tube solar collectors. Our analysis will accurately predict the amount of energy generated per year for a given number of panels in different positions in a particular geographical location and will include estimated payback times and CO2 savings.


Our design concepts will usually include detailed analysis of rainwater harvesting, greywater recycling and water conservation technologies to provide significant savings in costs, both for water supply and waste. This is now demanded more and more by local authorities in order to reduce the environmental impact and by developers and end-users to reduce operating costs with a good return on investment.

Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED)

ECEC’s commitment to excellence and sound environmental practices is evident in our dedication to sustainable building and the level knowledge our staff has of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) practices.

During the construction process of a green building, ECEC utilizes the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) System, a Green Building Rating System developed by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED encourages the adoption of sustainable green building and development practices while providing guidelines and requirements for buildings. The benefits of green buildings include lower energy and water bills, reduced greenhouse gas emission, less exposure to mold, mildew and indoor toxins.

ECEC is proud to have a number of individuals dedicated to responsible and sustainable building best practices to help guide the entire company towards building green. The individuals have obtained LEED Accreditation from the US Green Building Council and are equipped in the skills of completing a LEED Certified Building.


  •  Site Infrastructure
  •  Infrastructure design & Planning
  •  Sustainable Design
  •  Mechanical engineering
  •  Electrical engineering
  •  Public health engineering
  •  Coordination
  •  Site MEP supervision
  •  Builders work
  •  Site appraisal
  •  Project appraisal
  •  Risk Appraisal
  •  Energy Studies
  •  Environmental Impact
  •  Value Engineering
  •  Peer review
  •  Fire engineering
  •  Lighting
  •  Employer's requirements
  •  Carbon Consultancy
  •  Information Technology


  •  Energy Strategy Reports for Planning.
  •  Renewable Energy Feasibility Studies.
  •  Planning Conditions Imposing Renewable Energy Generation.
  •  Building Control Requirements.
  •  Coordination of MEP Services In Proposed Building.
  •  Detailed Specification of Sustainability Systems.
  •  Interfacing Sustainability Systems With MEP Services.
  •  Planning Conditions Relating to Carbon Reduction, Renewable Energy Generation and Water Recycling.
  •  Improving Energy Ratings of Buildings Through Use of Energy Efficient Technology (Combined Heat and Power Units; Biomass; Ground Source Heat Pumps; Solar Collectors for Hot Water Generation; Photovoltaic Cells; Wind Turbines).
  •  Design of Renewable Energy Generation Systems.
  •  Design of Free Cooling Systems.
  •  Solutions for Water Recycling / Conservation/ Harvesting.
  •  Life Cycle Costing of Renewable Energy / Energy Efficiency Systems Including Payback Projections.

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