Stop Paying More for Over-Engineered Systems

Over-engineering drives up costs without any benefit. Discover the top five systems you need to watch out for.

Far too often, mechanical and electrical equipment are over-engineered in the design process. While it's easy to assume extra capacity is a good thing, over-engineering can result in many negative consequences for the building owner. 

Not only does over-engineering drive up initial costs, but it can also cause a variety of performance issues, lower the service life of the system, and increase operating costs. 

Included in this eBook: 

  • Overview of the top 5 commonly over-engineered systems
  • Negative consequences that come from excessive capacity 
  • Pitfalls to avoid in your next project

Fill out the form on this page to gain instant access to our ebook, and learn what systems prevent over-engineering so you can avoid unnecessary expenses. 

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