MENG Analysis has an extremely strong background in K-12 facility programs and building systems. For nearly 40 years, we have distinguished our expertise for districts throughout Washington State with systematic work plans and analytical methodology.
Our team performs credible, independent cost estimates to support VA studies and constructability reviews for higher education facilities, as well as conduct condition assessments and prepare design guidelines. From classroom buildings, libraries, and research labs to student housing and recreation facilities, MENG Analysis has performed more than 100 higher education projects.
MENG Analysis has extensive infrastructure experience working with city, county, state, defense, and port authority clients from coast to coast. We have reviewed terminal facilities, arterials, highways, viaducts, lift, and swing span bridges, tunnels, rail alignment, transit stations and operation facilities, parks, waste water treatment plants, filtration facilities, lift stations, overflow tanks, and marine terminals.
Our work with the Federal Government includes the General Services Administration, United States Navy, United States Corps of Engineers, and Indian Health Services. We have also facilitated studies for Washington State Office of Financial Management and New York City Office of Management and Budget.
"Meng Analysis’ performance on this contract has been exemplary in every way: accuracy, responsiveness, creative or innovative suggestions for cost-containment or problem-solving, and always performing within agreed-upon budgets and schedules. I can recommend the Meng Analysis team without reservation for work of the sort they have performed for Sound Transit in these past years."
Mark Johnson, AIA,
The justice related work of MENG Analysis includes courthouses, jails and prisons, police stations, crime labs and even statewide public safety communications systems.
Performance engineering is a logical outgrowth of MENG Analysis' long-standing focus on efficient and practical designs. With new practices and technology emerging, MENG Analysis explores all sustainable practices and systems available for your project, focusing on energy conservation.
MENG Analysis has experience evaluating parks, large scale stormwater systems, WWTPs, transfer stations and landfill re-use projects. Fun projects include a Zebra Mussel study for the New York City water system, and ecological park in Hong Kong and the I-405 Stormwater System that won an AASHTO Value Engineering Award.
Medical facilities and labs have some of the most extensive system infrastructures that are under constant use 24/7. MENG Analysis has helped several clients get the most of their designs and save money in the process.