Mechanical Electrical Plumbing (MEP)


Mechanical engineers design, manufacture, and evaluate mechanical devices, such as industrial machinery, heating, and cooling systems, transportation systems, robotics, and tools.

A Mechanical Engineer ensures that all mechanical systems work safely and efficiently to meet user needs

Developing designs for new projects using computer modeling software, including AutoCad , Solid work, Autodesk Inventor, etc


Electrical engineers design, develop and maintain electrical systems for buildings, transport systems and power distribution networks.

Electrical engineers develop and test electronic products and systems for a wide range of projects, from small-scale (e.g. household devices) to large-scale (e.g. electrical power systems).

Developing designs for new projects using computer modeling software, including AutoCad


Plumbing engineers are responsible for designing and installing water supply, waste disposal, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and other plumbing systems in residential, commercial, industrial, or other buildings.

Plumbing engineers must have a strong understanding of physics, mathematics, chemistry, and engineering principles to do their job effectively. They use this knowledge to design and plan complex systems that require careful coordination between multiple components.


An Automation Engineer uses technology to improve, streamline and automate manufacturing, electricity generation, warehouse distribution, mining and many other processes to reduce the need for human intervention and maximize efficiency.

In an industrial setting, an Automation Engineer sets up the automation of manufacturing processes. These processes govern the production and delivery of products. The aim is to streamline the manufacturing process, radically increase productivity and make it as efficient as possible while still maintaining product quality and adhering to internal protocols and external regulations.