Master Planning

A carbon free future cannot be achieved by following past trends. Designing resilient, future proof and sustainable communities and infrastructure requires a vision beyond trends. We look to where society needs to go and where issues like water will take us during the infrastructure’s life cycle. We look at where codes and legislation will need to go to facilitate sustainable and regenerative solutions. The results are master plans that are zero-carbon, zero-waste and water independent, that are resilient and adaptable to global warming, flooding and drought.

Sustainable Consultants

We believe that all good design comes from an integrated approach starting at the inception of design. As sustainable consultants the Engineering 350 team inserts itself as an integral member of the design team. We will organize and lead sustainable work sessions involving all stakeholders to develop and prioritize the project’s sustainability goals and strategies.

Building Energy

Engineering 350 provides building performance modeling using the most advanced software package available. Results yield accurate predictions of building energy use intensity and are used for life cycle costing of building systems, appropriate design considerations for net zero energy buildings, as well as benchmark standards for rating systems such as LEED®. Using this energy data, Engineering 350 provides carbon emissions predictions for the buildings being modeled.


Engineering 350 has extensive experience with Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire/ Life Safety design for a broad project range of building types including office, institutional buildings, universities, museums, restaurants and hospitality. Sustainability is the core principle that guides our practice whether projects seek LEED® certification or not.


Engineering 350 provides high-level engineering services that are affordable for small-scale residential clients. These services include but are not limited to:

Building Simulation Modeling

  • Ensures system is not oversized, a typical occurrence in conventional practice
  • Provides feedback to architect in regards to building envelope efficiency
  • Allows owner to understand how building will react during adverse temperatures
  • Facilitates design of passive systems
  • Optimizes Building Fenestration and ventilation strategies
  • Syndicate content