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Testudo Engineering is a New Mexico-based engineering firm specializing in quality, long-lasting Mechanical and Electrical Engineering services. Our success can be attributed to our timely, cost-effective delivery of projects, better communication, extensive experience, and proven diligence in managing and completing projects on schedule and within budget.

Clients benefit from this approach by being actively engaged throughout the project, knowing more about challenges and issues, and benefiting from our multi-industry expertise. Our team has Professsional Engineering licenses in twenty-two states, certifications in Quality-Assurance, Project Management, Environmental Design, as well as Security Clearances with the U.S. Government and are members of multiple Professional Engineering organizations.

read more › Mr. Yevoli has over thirty-seven years of engineering and design experience, including design from conception through construction document preparation and observation. He has performed projects for both public and private sector clients in the following areas: institutional, medical, educational, government, industrial, research, and laboratory. Mr. Yevoli's specific areas of expertise include heating and cooling systems, ventilation, specialized exhaust systems, domestic plumbing, medical gasses, fire protection and site utilities.

read more › In a world full of high-speed email and social media anonymity, we want to give you and your project the personal attention it needs. We want to understand your goals, help you reach the vision for your project, and become your long-term consulting partner. We thrive on the communication aspect of the project. From listening to collaboration, to final documents, to communication with the constructors, we are committed to serve you as the owner for the life of the facility. Throughout the process, we hope our passion for excellence in design is apparent as we have fun along the way.

read more › The project was to provide mechanical and electrical engineering design for a complex of buildings for the City of Albuquerque including a 63,000 SF maintenance building for 125 buses and 35 Sun vans. This facility included Running Repair, Unit Rebuild, Paint and Body Shop, Upholstery, Parts Storage, Offices, Lubricant Storage, Chassis Dynamometer, Record Storage, Compressor Room, Front-end Alignment, and Frame Straightening. This project included mechanical systems such as air lubrication delivery to all bays for ATF, 10w-40 engine oil, 5w-30 engine oil, and Hydraulic Fluid.

read more › The El Vado ('The Ford' in Spanish) Motel located on Central Ave, the old Route 66 Highway, is considered one of the few remaining classic Route 66 motels built in 1937. The original design included 2 parallel, one-story buildings facing a parking courtyard. Ordinally there were gas pumps located along Central Ave and you were greeted by a neon sign with an American Indian with full headdress. The building was constructed in the Spanish Pueblo Revival style making it look like the local pueblos with irregular massing and viga (exposed wooden roof beams).

read more › Testudo Engineering was a the engineer of record and sub-consultant to an Architect for this project with the Las Vegas City Schools. Mechanical and electrical systems engineering were 98% of the project scope. Our scope was to review six (6) schools in the district for the mechanical system upgrades. The schools ranged in size and types of system. Testudo Engineering was asked to provide recommendations for repairs, upgrades, direct digital controls (DDC) and energy efficiency in the schools. Projects were run concurrently under one contract and the contractor.

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