Russell Square Inc., a construction and development company focusing on the multifamily sector within the western half of the country, announced it has officially obtained its Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) licenses in the state of California.
With the acquisition of the MEP licenses, Russell Square stated it now has the capability to manage all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work in-house. This will enable the ability to exercise tighter control over project budgets and schedules, ensuring more efficient and cost-effective construction processes, the company added.
“In addition to the benefits experienced throughout the construction process, the advantages of in-house MEPs apply to the development process from the very beginning,” says Andrew Schuurs, general manager at Russell Square. “Russell Square uses the expertise of its MEP staff to assist in design development to ensure the most cost-effective and reliable systems are seamlessly incorporated into the overall design of each project. This provides tremendous value to our clients by reducing design conflicts that cost both time and money. We pride ourselves on designing and constructing buildings with complementary systems that translate to efficient maintenance operations.”
Russell Square also stated it is working to secure its MEP licenses in Arizona.