• MEP Engineering

    Our MEP engineering practices ensure the smallest carbon footprint whether it’s HVAC, lighting design, or plumbing systems.

  • Building Commissioning

    Whether it’s our design or yours, our fully independent Commissioning Agents are at the leading edge of system start-up and validation ensuring adherence to schedule and lower cost of ownership.

  • Integrated Technology

    The end-user experience drives our technology design. Our design is coordinated with the supporting MEP disciplines and architectural features yielding a seamless result.

  • Sustainability

    We hold ourselves accountable to preserve non-renewable resources with our ability to design innovative solutions at the leading edge of building sciences.

The DBR Difference

DBR has built a reputation as a premier MEP engineering firm in Texas and we are proud of our impact on the communities we serve. With open minds and incredible service our teams are creating healthy and comfortable environments that will stand the test of time.
 

 

It is time for bold action.

It is time for a serious commitment to sustainable design. For our firm, it’s been 50 years – and we think it’s time to reach for Zero.

Our Goal: All DBR projects will be designed Net Zero Ready by our 50th anniversary in June 2022.

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In The News

Q&A With Business Development Leader, Brittany Hendrickson

Brittany Hendrickson, LEED Green Associate serves as the Business Development Leader for DBR and joined the firm in 2016.
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Project Spotlight: Conroe ISD – Flex 20 Elementary School

DBR is pleased to be working with IBI Group on the design for the Flex 20 Elementary School for Conroe ISD, a two-story, 125,000 SF facility designed to ultimately house 1,000 students. The organization, classroom layout, materials, systems, and program spaces of the Conroe ISD “flex school” prototype were reviewed and revised to meet the latest curriculum and technology standards.
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Designing for Health: Community – The WELL v2 Standard

The environments we construct are not only places in which we spend our time, but they also act as a hub for our local communities. When you see development taking place, whether it be new construction or a renovation project, it signifies a growing and changing community.
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