An Indianapolis-based engineering services company has a new name. L'Acquis Consulting Engineering is now Enverity Engineering, following President Ross Maue's purchase of business assets from Partner Lisa Jeff. June 30, 2014
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (June 26, 2014) – After a decade in business, local engineer Ross Maue, PE, has purchased the assets of L'Acquis Consulting Engineering from his partner, Lisa Jeff, PE, and formed the newly-named firm Enverity Engineering, headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind. The company has also relocated its office to a new suite in the Precedent Office Park at 9229 Delegates Row, Suite 150, and continues with the same experienced staff to offer services in mechanical, electrical and civil engineering.
“Purchasing the company allows the firm to evolve to its next level of service, while at the same time allows my longtime partner to pursue new business interests,” says Ross Maue, president of Enverity Engineering. “Both of us remain committed to providing high quality engineering services to the local area but on different scales. Our current work is demanding a strong local presence, and Enverity Engineering can meet the needs of owners and our architect clients in Central Indiana well from our home in Indianapolis and at the same time serve our growing national client base.”
One of the largest locally based mechanical and electrical engineering firms, the staff of Enverity Engineering has done many notable projects around the city while under the former company name. These include engineering mechanical and electrical systems for The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, the Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the public spaces of Lucas Oil Stadium, the new Eskenazi Health hospital (floors four through ten) and the Eskenazi Health Center at 38th Street.
Enverity Engineering is a leader in engineering energy efficient building systems for projects in Indiana, having designed more than 30 projects that meet LEED-certified criteria, Green Globe specifications or National Green Building Standards. The firm was also an early adopter of Building Information Modeling (BIM) design methods using the industry-leading software Revit to do their largest and most complex work.
Under the new name and leadership, Enverity Engineering will continue to focus on complex engineering work serving institutional, educational and commercial clients with projects such as research laboratories; science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) facilities; healthcare buildings; and intelligent commercial and classroom spaces. Current projects include the new IUPUI University Hall in Indianapolis; Indiana University's new School of Informatics and Computing building, now in design development for the Bloomington campus; ongoing work for the IU Health system; and many healthcare facilities for Mainstreet around the country.
Source: Enverity Engineering