Design and Engineering Solutions
Peyman Group provides complete Residential planning and design for all types
of residential buildings including single family
houses, low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise
Regardless of your projects size,
it is an addition of a small room, a
detached garage, remodeling a bathroom
or construction of a new high rise
building our design team is with you
from planning and design processes to
the construction and post construction
phases of your project.
Our precise work guarantees your peace
of mind, low cost, innovative design and
the best equipment and fixtures
selection for your project. We
coordinate our design step by step with
all other design disciplines and help
contractors to build the project
With choosing Peyman Group engineering design team, you experience
Quality and consistency of project (package)
Engineering design and activities completion
according to the project plan and design
Assurance of application of all the relevant
norms, local rules and international best
practices on accident prevention and human
protection, environmental impact reduction
and energy efficiency.
Supplying engineering advises to the
development team during the opportunity
Recommendation of best engineering design
during concept selection.
Coordination of project package technical
activities during concept definition.
Defining technical scope of contracts.
Providing engineering support to fabrication
and construction during execution.
Detailed engineering reviewing of design
activities performed by contractors.
Some sample guidelines followed by Peyman Group designers for
superior design of your residential projects are:
material shall not exceed the
25-psf for combined roof/ceiling,
15-psf for wood frame walls,
14-psf for cold-formed steel exterior walls,
10-psf for interior wood framed walls.
laundry rooms shall have 5 air changes per hour.
Toilet rooms in residential buildings shall
have 5 air changes per hour.
The location of the furnace (FAU) depends on a
variety of factors such as clearance,
accessibility, duct routing and venting.
Client's preferences are also taken into
In a typical room such as a bedroom, there are
five basic locations for supply registers:
1. Floor registers which are almost always
located under a window.
2. Register over window or on exterior wall,
3. Register near an interior wall,
4. Register centered in a room,
5. High sidewall registers.
Determine sub-zones and the use of balancing
Design for the worst-case orientation
with consideration of airflows needed in other
orientations. The system must be easily balanced
to work in all orientations.