Hesnor Engineering Associates, PLLC is a mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (M/E/P) engineering firm with offices in Albany, NY and Adams, MA. Since 1992, owners of manufacturing, industrial, research, and mission critical facilities have trusted us to provide the specialized M/E/P services necessary for their facilities to operate at peak performance. We apply this experience to projects in the indoor agricultural, commercial, educational, institutional, and public sectors to cost-effectively enhance design concepts and maximize returns on owner investments.
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Most firms spend a lot of time talking about their client service philosophy. Ours is simple: we assess each project independently, deliver fundamentally sound designs, and implement them responsively and responsibly.
Our approach is rooted in decades of working directly for facility owners. With HEA, you will have 24/7 access to engineers with deep M/E/P and building utility expertise. As we like to tell our clients, we are “on your bench,” available for support whenever you need us.
A 20-year veteran mechanical engineer, Mike takes special interest in controlled environment agriculture. He led the building systems design of one of the first indoor cannabis grow/production facilities in Massachusetts. Since then, owners and architects have turned to him for his expertise in cultivation facility MEP systems. His background also includes numerous laboratories and healthcare facilities as well as projects in the commercial, industrial, multi-family, and educational sectors. In addition to being a licensed PE, he is a USGBC LEED-Accredited Professional with extensive knowledge of sustainable design principles and an ASPE-Certified Plumbing Designer.
A mechanical engineer experienced in a wide array of building systems and facilities, Tyler specializes in critical facilities with atypical environments. He joined HEA specifically to pursue his passion for controlled environment agriculture (CEA). Tyler oversees the design of M/E/P systems to serve cultivation and processing facilities, extraction laboratories, and medical and recreational dispensaries. He also routinely serves as a cannabis odor-control expert in hearings for licensing. Outside of his CEA experience, his resume includes work in the federal, industrial, and commercial sectors as well as in specialized environments including critical healthcare spaces and locations with hazardous atmospheres. His past projects have ranged up to $300 million in individual construction value. In addition to being a licensed PE, Tyler participates in the ASHRAE Technical Committee focused on plant and animal environments.