The sys-tek team has over 20 years of hands-on experience designing pharmaceutical and biological manufacturing facilities. From Class A through Class D clean rooms, biosafety level 1 through 3 containment, and potent compound containment and ventilation, sys-tek can assure the quality and safety of these environments are maintained.
LIFE SCIENCES / HEALTHCARE
Our Life Sciences projects include all projects that deal with the sciences of life & living organisms, their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, and distribution.
PUBLIC / GOVERNMENT
At sys-tek, we’ve developed relationships with several government entities that have resulted in “on-call” contracts and a high demand for our level of expertise. We have designed systems for an abundance of public facilities including libraries, airports, city office buildings, and parking garages. We encourage & educate our public clients to understand the benefits of sustainable design, and have been recognized for our commissioning services in this area.
We have completed well over 400 separate projects in the telecommunications industry for AT&T, Sprint, SBC, and Verizon. For many of these facilities, we have been the engineer of record since 1985. We have completed numerous projects including electrical upgrades, generator installations, HVAC upgrades, chiller plant upgrades & optimization, and countless renovations.
In the Industrial market, sys-tek engineers, commissioning professionals, and test & balance professionals deal with optimization of complex processes or systems.
Health facility commissioning provides facilities with massive energy savings and reduced operational costs. Health facility commissioning is considered an essential undertaking to help keep spending down, and keep patient satisfaction high.
Our university & campus experience includes several projects throughout the Midwest, including both the “Big Twelve” and “Big Ten” school systems. Some projects include libraries, dormitories, research laboratories, animal research facilities, veterinary medicine, and central utility projects.