- Building Services
- Alternative Energy
- Existing System Analysis
- Markets We Serve
APEX helps clients quantify the energy usage of their systems, determine where the waste is, and implement smart changes to achieve savings. Attuned to the working climate of numerous industries and various clientele, APEX Engineering serves a broad range of markets.
APEX’s Electrical Engineering staff provides a range of services for utility, commercial, and residential clients seeking electrical design work.
APEX provides engineering solutions to even the most complex power systems. Our services include designs for various combined heat and power systems, renewable-based central energy plants, gasification systems, digesters, turbines, waste heat recovery systems, and much more.
Our team has done work for both wastewater municipalities as well as water and wastewater systems/processes for power plants. We work with water and wastewater treatment facilities to optimize design and operations.
As part of our MEP design work for commercial buildings, our team can also conduct existing building fit-outs to make sure ductwork, plumbing, and other systems have been sized and installed to meet modified occupancy requirements.
Our team works with large campuses and industrial facilities to design distributed generation and combined heat and power systems that optimize energy and cost savings.
Closely related to our alternative energy services, APEX focuses on helping clients incorporate the fuel source appropriate for their specific project needs.
As a veteran-owned small business, APEX handles various government projects, specializing in MEP design and process work. We have worked with a variety of governmental clients, including the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and Department of Veterans Affairs.
The services we provide to our healthcare market include various alternative energy services and process services.
Our team serves a variety of clients in the life sciences industry, including pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and more. In today’s biopharma climate, firms are increasing productivity while maintaining compliance with regulatory requirements.