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Heapy Engineering Supports Race to Zero Teams

Heapy Engineering Supports Race to Zero Teams

The winners have been announced for the 2017 Race to Zero Student Design Competition.  The teams competed to design cost-effective, zero energy homes for mainstream builders.  Heapy Engineering consulted on two of the collegiate institutions teams, one in Indiana and one in Ohio. Team Woodridge from Ball State University, Muncie,… more...

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

WELL Accredited Professional

WELL Accredited Professional

Sumeta Sachdeva has joined an exclusive group of individuals with demonstrated expertise in the growing field of wellness and health building science as a WELL Accredited Professional.  WELL Building Standard® is the world's first building standard focused on human health and wellness.   As the Green/Sustainability market evolves, with more focus… more...

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Ashley U.S. Courthouse Modernization and Addition

Ashley U.S. Courthouse Modernization and Addition

Heapy Engineering is providing the MEP Design, LEED Consulting and SITES® Consulting for the modernization of and addition to the historic Ashley U.S. Courthouse in downtown Toledo.   This $104 million project allows GSA to upgrade the existing facility to meet modern Court requirements and construct a new 96,000 SF Courthouse… more...

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Fulfilling Our Mission - Net Zero Energy + Community

Fulfilling Our Mission - Net Zero Energy + Community

With Heapy Engineering’s Corporate Mission to “Reduce the Energy Impact of the Built Environment,” what a better place to start than with the young and creative minds at our regional Universities! To assist the Miami University student project team in the US Department of Energy’s Annual Race to Zero Student… more...

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Cleveland Office Expansion

Cleveland Office Expansion

Heapy Engineering's Cleveland Office has completed a recent expansion doubling the size of our office in The Hanna Building. This expansion enables us to accelerate growth with our Clients in Northeastern Ohio.  Heapy Engineering has established excellent client relationships in this region, with our most recent projects being with Cleveland… more...

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Exceptional Achievements

Exceptional Achievements

     Heapy Engineering was presented the 2016 Dayton Builders Exchange Green Award for the University of Dayton 1700 ETM Lab project. As the project is within an existing building, the space had to be compatible with the existing building systems and square footage available. The new mechanical equipment was… more...

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Heapy Engineering Employees Participate in BBBS Bowl for Kids

Heapy Engineering Employees Participate in BBBS Bowl for Kids

Heapy Engineering had 17 employees (3 teams) participate in the 2017 Bowl for Kids' Sake. The three teams Energy to Spare, Healthcare Headpins and Commercial King Pins had a friendly competition and raised a total of $3,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Miami Valley. Heapy Engineering is… more...

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Exceptional Achievements

Exceptional Achievements

Congratulations to Rick Bennett and Aaron Weber for earning the certification of Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC).  CHCs enjoy the pride of recognition of being among the elite in a critical field of healthcare. And CHC is a premier credential based on a sound assessment that provides distinction in an increasingly… more...

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Heapy Engineering in the Press - Ohio can be a Leader

Heapy Engineering in the Press - Ohio can be a Leader

Heapy Engineering's Sustainability Director Michael Berning's Op-Ed piece was featured in the Dayton Daily News recently. His article was titled and addressed the idea of Ohio can be a Leader in the New Green Industrial Revolution. "Some of the world's smartest business people are prioritizing sustainability and re-envisioning what manufacturing… more...

Monday, February 13, 2017

Heapy Mission: Reducing Energy Impact of the Built Environment

Heapy Mission: Reducing Energy Impact of the Built Environment

  Now under construction, the $25 million Health and Life Sciences Center will house the medical, dental and PT programs at Sinclair Community College. Heapy Engineering's design team significantly reduced the overall energy impact of the facility with a lighting solution that will perform nearly 40% better than ASHRAE 90.1-2013.… more...

Monday, February 13, 2017

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