OUR SERVICES Modern buildings rely on multifaceted systems to provide healthy, comfortable, durable, and user-friendly environments. From design through construction and operation, our engineers continually seek inventive and comprehensive solutions to achieve our goals of sustainability and longevity for each building. Our engineers and designers incorporate all aspects of building ownership including utilization, operation, maintenance, and future expansion into the design process to achieve safe, functional, and efficient environments. This ensures increased productivity and reliability in the building and systems operations. DBR offers the following services: MEP Engineering Integrated Technology Building Commissioning Sustainability
Baylor University â€“ East Village Residential Community Waco, Texas | Hanbury Evans Writght Vlattas + Company
San Jacinto College â€“ North Campus Welcome Center | Houston, Texas | Huitt-Zollars
HIGHER EDUCATION Todayâ€™s educational facilities provide students a place to learn, live, grow and have fun. DBR has provided engineering services for numerous project types at higher education institutions. Our engineering teams take time to build long-lasting relationships with our higher education clients and to understand the specific needs of their building and campus plans.
We recognize the concerns our clients have when planning projects such as continued operations during construction, project phasing, optimizing energy efficiency and planning for future growth. DBR's collaborative engineering approach will bring about a design that will serve the institutions mission to attract students, faculty members and researchers with spaces that drive innovation in learning and teaching.
HOUSTON BAPTIST UNIVERSIT Y – THE SADIE & DOUG HODO RESIDENCE COLLEGE 125,000 sf | Houston, Texas | Gensler
WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE – RECREATIONAL CENTER 135,000 sf | Washington, Pennsylvania | Powers Brown Architecture
SAN JACINTO COLLEGE – NORTH CAMPUS WELCOME CENTER 38,863 sf | Houston, Texas | Huitt-Zollars
TAMUG MARITIME ACADEMY – CORPS OF CADET HOUSING 200,000 sf | Galveston, Texas | PGAL
LAMAR UNIVERSITY – CENTER FOR INNOVATION, COMMERCIALIZATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 26,000 sf | Houston, Texas | Long Architects, Inc.
Embracing the responsibility to provide for the needs and expectations of our clients, employees, and community. We consider it more than just a job.
BLINN COLLEGE â€“ KRUSE RECREATION CENTER Brenham, Texas | Marmon Mok Architecture Size Feature Owner
37,515 sf A place for students to focus on wellness, as well as a place to gather. Blinn College
UT AT SAN ANTONIO â€“ ALVAREZ HALL San Antonio, Texas | Kirksey Size Feature Owner
185,000 sf Two 4-story wings with 618-beds, organized around individual courtyards. University of Texas System
LONE STAR COLLEGE – TOMBALL VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY BUILDING
THE UNIVERSIT Y OF TE XAS AT AUSTIN – STUDENT ACTIVIT Y CENTER INTERIOR FINISH OUT
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON – SCIENCE TEACHING LAB BUILDING 4TH FLOOR
20,000 sf | Tomball, Texas | Huitt-Zollars
5,600 sf | Austin, Texas | SA Partnership, LLP
10,900 sf | Houston, Texas | PGAL
ABOUT US Founded in 1972, DBR evolved from a smallscale engineering firm to the most reliable mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology engineering firm in Texas. Since the incorporation of DBR Engineering Consultants, Inc. in 2001, our managing partners have positioned DBR as a forwardthinking firm by proactively identifying opportunities and investing in proper planning for the future. Our steady growth stems from serving the altering needs of our clients by adapting to economic, social, and technological change. Not only are we devoted to meeting our clients’ expectations, we strive to achieve their goals while delivering premium quality through close collaboration. Now more than 45 years later, DBR spans seven cities across Texas. While our history guides our growth, our talented team of visionaries are the key to our firm’s success.
DOING BUSINESS RIGHT. Washington & Jefferson College – Rec. Center | Washington, Pennsylvania | Powers Brown Architecture
Blinn College – Kruse Recreation Center | Brenham Texas | Marmon Mok Architecture
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