Mechanical Engineering Systems by Design

Experience and expertise

TYZ Engineering provides practical, feasible and sustainable mechanical system designs for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing & drainage, fire protection and building automation system projects of all sizes for major markets including institutional, commercial, and industrial.

We complete work for various clients over multiple jurisdictions and provide our services through a number of contract models including traditional design-bid, public private partnerships (P3), design-build, and front end engineering design (FEED).


Our Services

Each project is unique. At TYZ, we work with our clients to find the most effective and efficient mechanical design to suit their project requirements.  Our clients include building owners & management firms, tenants, architects, interior designers, developers, contractors, private individuals and all levels of government. 

Calgary Fire Department Station 11 - Windsor Park44% energy savings over the National Energy Code of Canada


Committed to sustainable design

TYZ Engineering’s LEED® accredited professionals provide valuable leadership to our design teams.  With a goal of optimizing the environmental quality and performance of each project we design, we use a collaborative process to achieve higher energy efficiency, environmental health and user comfort.

Innovation solutions and risk mitigation

At TYZ Engineering, we bring the experience of many projects and many solutions. Our ability to identify opportunities while minimizing risk results in innovative solutions for each project.

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Our Approach

We bring an integrated design process and team approach to each of our clients’ projects based on our core principles of:

  • Design innovation
  • Sustainable solutions
  • Attentive service 
  • Quality documentation
  • Professionalism