The RMH Group was an early adopter of building information modeling (BIM) for MEP engineering and has aggressively integrated the technology into our workflow. The result is that we are fully prepared to help project owners, design team firms, and contractors use BIM to bring tangible improvements to the project design and delivery process. Today, more than 60% of RMH projects are designed using the latest BIM tools and we believe that ratio will continue to increase.
The significant value-added benefit that The RMH Group can provide by being a BIM-ready firm includes faster project approvals, more predictable outcomes, sustainable design and analysis services, and improved collaboration and information sharing for integrated project delivery strategies.
engineering a greener future
The RMH Group has practiced the tenets of sustainable design for our entire history — long before “green design” became an industry trend. We are widely recognized for our technical dexterity and our ability to integrate proven technologies in new ways to achieve high-performance building systems that are robust, cost effective, and easy to operate and maintain. Our focus on performance yields designs that are both forward-looking and practical — and provide the foundation for our approach to engineering a greener future. The RMH Group is an NAICS 541330 Small Business.
In The News
- RMH Celebrates “Take Your Child to Work Day” with Fun, Educational Activities Lakewood, Colorado (April 28, 2017) RMH welcomed the children of its employees to observe “a work day in the life” of their parents and to participate in fun, engineering-related activities. Check out the photos below to see how these “future leaders of tomorrow” enjoyed their special day.
- RMH Chief Electrical Engineer Max Billington Quoted in Colorado Construction and Design Magazine Lakewood, Colorado (April 19, 2017) An article in the Winter/Spring 2017 edition of Colorado Design and Construction magazine features a quote from RMH chief electrical engineer Max Billington. In the article entitled “Today’s Electrical Contractor,” Billington explains how regularly changing energy codes affect electrical design professionals.