Affiliations & Accreditations

Since our founding, HEAPY has built a reputation as one of the most respected names in the industry. Some of our proudest achievements have been the prestigious accreditations we’ve received and affiliations we’ve developed.

Affiliations

Accreditations

MEP Engineering

  • PE, Electrical Engineer
  • PE, Mechanical Engineer
  • PE, Fire Protection
  • LC, Lighting Certified by NCQLP
  • CPD, Certified Plumbing Designer
  • CFPS, Certified Fire Protection Specialist
  • HFDP, Healthcare Facility Design Professional
  • HBDP, High Performance Building Design Professional
  • DCEP, Data Center Energy Practitioner

Building Optimization Services

  • CEM, Certified Energy Manager
  • BEAP, Building Energy Assessment Professional
  • BEMP, Building Energy Modeling Professional
  • GGP, Green Globes Professional
  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED AP ID+C
  • LEED AP O+M
  • LEED Green Associate
  • BECxP, Building Enclosure Commissioning Process Provider
  • CxA, Certified Commissioning Authority
  • CxA+BE, Certified Commissioning Authority Building Enclosure
  • CPMP, Commx Process Management Professional
  • QCxP, Qualified Commissioning Process Provider
  • CCP, Certified Commissioning Provider
  • CCS, Certified Construction Specifier
  • CBCP, Certified Building Commissioning Provider
  • EBCP, Existing Building Commissioning Provider
  • EMP, Energy Management Professional

Technology Services

  • RCDD, Registered Communication Distribution Designer
  • CTS, Certified Technology Specialist
  • CTS-D, Certified Technology Specialist AV System Design Specialization
  • NTS, Network Technology Systems
  • DCDC, Data Center Design Consultant
  • ESS, Electronic Safety and Security Designer

Information Technology

  • MCSE, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer

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