Hawaii PE consultant mechanical engineers survey construction sites and design structures. They construction manage, plan and design construction and maintenance of various mechanical systems in buildings and structures to ensure compliance with relevant building codes and safety regulations.
Our Mechanical Engineers typically serve as members of our team and are considered technical professionals within the organization. As such, the Mechanical Engineer provides difficult technical tasks. The organization depends on their implementation experience. Our Mechanical Engineers generally are responsible for self-sufficiency.
Our Mechanical Engineers generally have the following responsibilities:
- Manage the planning, design, construction and maintenance of various mechanical systems, including Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and rain gutter systems, in buildings and structures.
- Perform the evaluation and inspection of mechanical engineering projects to ensure that standards and requirements are met.
- Prepare, maintain and review technical documentation, such as drawings and specifications, for mechanical engineering projects.
- Follow applicable building codes and safety regulations in mechanical engineering.
Our Mechanical Engineers demonstrate Extensive experience in the Construction Safety and Health competency by providing the following:
- Advise on the latest federal, state and local safety and health construction regulations.
- Oversee the implementation of organizational construction safety and health policies and procedures.
- Manage safety and health programs for different construction projects.
- Supervise construction safety and health assurance activities for short-term and long-term considerations.
- Manage all stakeholders related to construction safety and health.
- Evaluate construction safety and health assurance best practices to learn its standards and principles.