In October, the FDNY released a new bulletin (2022-01) regarding ARCS requirements in NYC. Generally, ARCS is required in all high-rise buildings or buildings with a total gross area exceeding 250,000 square feet (23,225.8 m2). A high-rise is defined as a building with an occupied floor located …Read More
At EP Engineering, we are driven to continually grow and improve, elevate our teams through challenging projects matched by a supportive environment, and always focus on employee satisfaction. We pursue this corporate responsibility with integrity, thoughtfulness and conscientiousness. It is important to us to be encourage a …Read More
On November 7, 2022 the latest version of the NYC Building Construction Code goes into effect. There has been an increased focus on ventilation and indoor air quality for all occupancies. In today’s article we will be going over some of the bigger changes that may impact …Read More
Continuing with our volunteering efforts for the year, EP assisted Free Arts NYC with an art packing party!
Free Arts NYC mission is to help empower youth from underserved communities through art and mentoring programs to develop their creativity, confidence, and skills to succeed. Throughout COVID, Free Arts …Read More
On November 7, 2022 the latest version of the NYC Building Construction Code goes into effect. In today’s article we will be going over some of the bigger changes that may impact building owners, architect and contractors related to Sprinkler and Standpipe systems.
Limited Area Sprinkler Systems
The definition …Read More
Heat Pump Water Heaters in NYC - warming up to the new choice in heater tech
For decades, gas-fired water heaters have been the most common choice for building-scale domestic water heating systems. Condensing gas heaters offer similar efficiency to electric resistance units but have a much lower …Read More
EP Engineering is excited to announce the promotion of Joe Vieitez to Partner. Joe has built a foundation that will allow both him and the firm to continue on a steady path of growth and contribute to the completion of projects throughout New York and New Jersey.
During …Read More
In an on-going effort to gather data on how energy is being consumed by NYC buildings, the NYC government launched Local Laws 84 (LL84) and 87 (LL87). LL84, also referred to as the Benchmarking Law, requires building owners to submit yearly data on energy and water consumption. …Read More
EP is happy to have had their first in person volunteering event since the start of the pandemic.
What better way to start of the year than by visiting a local animal shelter?
Founded in 1967, Animal Haven is a nonprofit organization that finds homes for abandoned cats and …Read More
EP Engineering is thrilled to announce the promotions of Chris Burgess to Senior Partner (pictured left) and Chris Pierrepont to Associate (pictured right).
Chris Burgess, Senior Partner
Chris attended the Stevens Institute of Technology, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. Chris’ time at EP Engineering …Read More
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