VT Engineering designed the streetlighting for a whole new 22 lot sub-division is Mission. All the street lighting was modelled using AGi32 to ensure all the lighting requirements where met and all the streetlights were spaced in a way to provide even lighting throughout the whole street.
VT Engineering designed a comprehensive kitchen pilot plant which included both open and enclosed office spaces, a large commercial kitchen, and a pilot plant for this exciting company who is making and researching new ways to deliver plant based foods to the market.
On this design/building project for Norland Ltd's new office space, VT Engineering designed a the LED lighting using Standpro's new to the market fixtures and Lutron Vive wireless lighting controls to meet ASHRAE 90.1 lighting requirements. A detailed building power distribution assessment was performed.
Retailer giant L.L. Bean is opening it's first location in British Columbia located in Brentwood Town Center shopping center. VT Engineering was tasked with designing the lighting controls and light fixtures ensuring the lighting design complies with ASHRAE 90.1 requirements.
Surrounded by beautiful rolling green hills and mountain views, Pathfinder Camp Resort located in Agassiz-Harrison is makes a home away from home. VT Engineering designed this whole new RV and Campground which required a 1200A PMT, power distribution throughout the site including laundry rooms, pool, and washrooms.
VT Engineering designed a new Thai Temple and Residence for the Monks and Staff. The lighting was modelled in AGi32 to ensure it met ASHRAE 90.1 requirements as well as the customers requirements for the stage lighting of the Buddha. Exterior lighting was selected to provide an elegant appearance at night around both buildings.
VT Engineering provided detailed electrical calculations and report on the condition of an existing 14 unit apartment main service.
VT Engineering designed three Great Canadian Oil Change locations to date. Located in Mission, BC this has one service bay and one car wash bay. VT Engineering designed a 400A 3PH service and detailed all equipment and electrical details to meet the hazardous and wet location requirements.
VT Engineering designed three Great Canadian Oil Change locations to date. Located in Terrace, BC this has two service bays and one car wash bay. VT Engineering designed a 400A 3PH service and detailed all equipment and electrical details to meet the hazardous and wet location requirements.
Located in the beautiful Northwoods Village in North Vancouver, VT Engineering provided detailed electrical equipment load calculations, breaker panel layouts, all receptacle locations, circuit numbers and specific height details to complete the beautiful restaurant. See https://www.buddha-full.ca/
Located on the busy corner of Commercial and Broadway, VT Engineering provided a detailed electrical design for a new Hon's Wonton House restaurant.
VT Engineering provide detailed ASHRAE 90.1 lighting design and electrical load calculations for new showroom lighting upgrades.
VT Engineering was called to site to diagnose and repair intermittent issues with over-heating oil temperatures on a helicopter engine test station. After comprehensive testing of all the various electrical components and signals from various controllers and PLC, VT engineering efficiently found the problem and had a replacement valve installed and functioning the following day.
A refurbished asphalt facility was moved and install along Highway 1 in Hope requiring a 1600Amp 600Y/347VAC 3PH/4W service. Scope included detailed electrical calculations, electrical room layout, site general arrangement drawings, and one-line details for all equipment throughout site. VT Engineering also assisted with upgrading the existing PLC/HMI control station with a new one.
Customer was looking to add exterior lighting for improved visibility and security. Scope included electrical review to ensure sufficient electrical capacity in existing equipment along with all lighting layout drawings and electrical schematics. VT Engineering was also responsible for hiring and overlooking electrical contractor on-site ensuring it was done correctly.
New 6,500 sq.ft Vinyl Record facility in North Vancouver underwent significant electrical upgrades. A new 400A overhead 600VAC service along with a new electrical room were required. Due to very strict city requirements, electrical room needed to be as small as possible. VT Engineering provided a very accurate and detailed design meeting the strict requirements.
Brand new construction of a 14,000 sq.ft blueberry packaging and sorting facility located in North Delta. Detailed electrical calculations and design requiring a 1600Amp 600Y/347VAC 3PH/4W service. Design included a Siemens MCC, lighting and equipment layouts, and allowance for future expansion.