ENGINEERING | Pre-Construction

Our construction engineers are intensively-trained problem-solvers who hold professional engineer (PE) licenses. They work closely with Matrix HG commissioning teams, service professionals, fabrication and installation experts to engineer a design that will operate optimally under each project’s complex requirements. Matrix HG considers all design aspects well beyond the initial installation to ensure that your system is engineered to sustain and function reliably for years ahead under varying conditions and requirements.

Our engineers understand infrastructure life cycles and have the perspective to solve technical challenges with clarity and creativity. Their extensive field experience and hands-on management ensure that a fully coordinated mechanical installation is delivered with the specific concepts to meet your needs. Our design experts maximize the experience of our commissioning and service professionals to provide an added advantage over system fabrication and installation know-how for capitalizing on the best means and methods for cost effective results.

Effective Engineering is the groundwork for delivering successful mechanical systems. The challenge is to transform innovative ideas into practical and reliable systems.


Our HVAC design philosophy reflects our long-term view on customer relationships. Rather than merely bidding on jobs, our HVAC engineering and design teams conduct a thorough evaluation of each client’s proposed project, as well as their cost-energy-efficiency goals. We design HVAC systems that deliver maximum safety and comfort, save energy, reduce cost at installation and provide optimal operating efficiency over the life of the system. You could say that we put climate control in the hands of our customers.


Matrix HG brings decades of experience to construction projects that mandate a fixed-price bid on a detailed set of construction documents. We examine the plans and specifications, determine the lowest possible cost, and then build exactly what was designed. By working closely with the architect and engineering teams, our project managers anticipate issues and work to avoid change orders and cost overruns.