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Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Life Safety (MEP/FLS) assessments can be incorporated into standard Property Condition Assessments (PCA) to provide a greater level of detail for buyers regarding the end of useful life of existing equipment and potential large capital expenditures. The MEP/FLS assessment can also be customized to place emphasis on specific systems.

Partner Energy has completed hundreds of (MEP/FLS) system assessments as part of the due diligence process. Our assessment process includes a physical evaluation of each specific system, review of construction documents, and communication with onsite maintenance staff. The MEP/FLS Assessment Report details system conditions, deficiencies, and recommendations for any corrective action of some/all of these building systems:

Mechanical (HVAC)

  • Heat generation and cooling equipment
  • Custom and unitary systems
  • Central plants
  • Air distribution and ventilation methods
  • Control and building automation systems


  • Electrical panel
  • Electrical distribution systems
  • Circuit interruption devices
  • Wiring types
  • Lighting
  • Emergency generation equipment


  • Piping and connections
  • Pool heaters
  • Manifolds, pumps, heaters and plumbing fixtures

Fire Life Safety

  • Fire pumps and water service
  • Sprinkler piping
  • Fire life safety equipment
  • Fire alarm control panel
  • Devices, alarms and accessories

Partner Energy often conducts these additional scopes of work to further compliment the MEP/FLS study:

  • An Energy and Water Survey to evaluate the existing energy and water usage at property and opportunities for efficiencies to reduce utility costs;
  • A cursory Elevator Study to provide a basic analysis of elevator systems in lieu of more complex study;
  • A Refrigeration Study to address the additional mechanical complexity of refrigerated warehouses; and/or,
  • An Air Quality Study to evaluate the ventilation and filtration system and identify measures to improve the indoor air quality to minimize COVID-19 exposure.

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