Beginning a large project without understanding all of the costs and potential risks is very dangerous for an owner. A feasibility study/ assessment is typically performed to evaluate the risks and determine if a project will satisfy the owner’s expectations. For example, a project designed to reduce energy usage should be studied to determine if that the upgrades are worth the initial investment as well as verify that the energy reduction target can be realized.
Other factors typically addressed in a feasibility study / assessment are documentation of existing systems, utility outage duration, project phasing, budgeting and suggestions to improve design.
Our engineers will survey existing facilities, review any existing drawings, perform any calculations required and provide a study that will greatly help in the planning and budgeting of a new project.