Crow & Bulman Engineering, Inc. designs mechanical systems for the building construction industry. Our finished product results in indoor comfort and a healthy indoor environment. This is accomplished with attention to the owner’s budget, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and an established appreciation of the principles of sustainable design.

Our many years of experience in this field gives us the practical knowledge and wisdom to target, and design to, the owner’s budget and needs.

For the best evaluation of the scope and caliber of our work, contact our clients. Over ninety percent of our work is with repeat clients.

Featured Projects

Dorman High School CampusDorman High School Campus
Spartanburg School District Six had an ambitious $70 million plan to construct a completely new showcase campus for the relocated Dorman High School. The new campus would eventually encompass over 570,000 square feet and include a high school, ninth grade school, district administrative offices, and athletic complex. In 2013, a 160,000 sq. ft. twelfth grade wing was added, including a 1500 seat performing arts theater/auditorium. This brought the total campus occupied area to 730,000 sq. ft. more

Sustainable Design

Crow & Bulman Engineering, Inc. was advocating LEED principles before there was a Green Building Council. Our knowledge of energy dynamics, from source to use, has always been a major factor in our designs. After completing the LEED design on the first commercial office building in South Carolina in 2003, many more LEED projects have followed.  more