Featured Case Studies

Downtown Austin District Cooling System

The city needed to install a third cooling plant to cover an additional 5-10,000 tons of chilled water capacity with 10-12,000 gallons per minute pumping capacity to meet the increasing demand. However, the property presented multiple challenges.

Caliber Biotherapeutics

A first of its kind, plant based vaccine manufacturing facility.

Nutrabolt Headquarters

The facility used abundant natural light and an energy efficient Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRF) system as strategies to help it achieve LEED Certification.

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Testimonials

“It is a pleasure to work with a principal and staff of engineers that truly enjoy their work.”

Jonathan Katz, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

“Our biggest praise is the constructability of EEA’s drawings while maintaining the owners design requirements.”

John Dunn, Brandt Companies

“[EEA's] valued judgement and skilled engineering has resolved several long term problems which were previously considered unsolvable.”

B.E. Woods, Texas A&M University

“As a result of the EEA performance the University exceeded purchased utility goals and customer satisfaction objectives.”

Jim Clouse, Sul Ross University

“EEA's creativity and willingness to seek out better solutions was instrumental in our ability to control project cost and keep the work moving forward.”

J. Brett Cumpton, Texas A&M Health Science Center

“[EEA has] a culture of pragmatically evaluating problems, presenting options, and quickly providing design solutions that benefit all of the project stakeholders.”

Ron Ice, The University of Texas System

“Morgan [Stinson] has provided my team practical data, reasonable solutions with sound engineering judgment that enabled us to justify funding $8 million to improve the reliability and efficiency of the campus district energy system and buildings.”

Sheri Lara, Texas State University

“EEA has a solid reputation…this includes being attentive to the project, offering innovative solutions and maintaing a continuous effort to get the job done correctly.”

Mike Platis, The University of Texas at Austin

“EEA has separated themselves from the pack by delivering solid designs, sound cost estimates, and excellent construction administration services on all of the projects they have been awarded.”

Ron Ice, The University of Texas System

“…we received a tremendous design that not only met our current needs but positioned the campus to make further improvements in the future.”

Steven Bowman, Tarleton State University

“[EEA is willing] to accommodate clients’ needs and wants, but also willing to suggest alternate paths in a tactful way when they perceive that the direction the client desires has the potential to create obstacles to other known competing goals or limit future options.”

Ron Humphrey, Engineering Project Manager - Utilities Operations, Texas State University

“The ingenuity and creativity of the EEA team was essential as we were working in buildings ranging from near 100 years old to new construction.”

Jim Clouse, Sul Ross University

“EEA is very professional and responsive in addressing engineering design issues in which they are engaged. It doesn't matter if the project is complex or relatively simple, they approach it with enthusiasm and creativity.”

Kent Sundberg, Senior Project Manager, Ten Eyck Landscape Architects

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