BEED Engineering is an innovative consulting engineering firm providing mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering design services.

According to the U.S Department of Energy 2008 Buildings Energy Data Book, buildings account for about 39% of the annual energy consumption in the United States. This translates into billions of dollars in energy cost expenditure. Consequently, even a small amount of savings would generate a lot of funds that could be used for other beneficial purposes. Apart from offering opportunities to save money, efficient buildings also help in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

​BEED, is an acronym for Building Energy Efficiency Design. We have chosen this name to emphasize that we really care about building energy efficiency. Therefore, we always look for opportunities to design energy efficient, affordable, serviceable and the most economic life cycle cost MEP systems .

We are hardworking and experienced professionals with expertise in a wide range of industries including laboratory and research, healthcare, industrial, data centers, educational, commercial, residential, automotive, restaurants and high performance buildings. Our founding principal, Michael K. Frempong is a professional engineer and LEED AP BD+C accredited professional with over 20 years of experience in consulting engineering. ​

Our goal is to always provide our clients with the best engineering solution, design within the construction budget and deliver our services in a timely fashion.

​We believe in teamwork and thrive on effective communication with our clients. We value our customers feedback and are always open to make the needed changes to improve upon our services.

​We strive hard to provide quality services and seek to build a lasting relationship of confidence and trust with our clients.

BEED Engineering is a firm you can trust to get the job done!

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Energy Modelling, Sustainable Design, Commissioning

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • ASHRAE, LEED Certification

Contact Details

  Person Michael K. Frempong,PE
  City Palm Bay, FL
  Zip Code 32908
  Address 333 wishing well circle sw
  Phone Number (321) 432-5176

Business Representative

Michael K. Frempong,PE


Professional engineer and LEED AP BD+C accredited professional with over 20 years of experience in consulting engineering. ​

Products & Services

MEP & FP Consulting and Engineering Design Services

Mechanical Engineering Services Include
Air Conditioning, Building Automation, Central Plants, Ground Source Heat Pumps, Heating, Chilled Water, Thermal Storage
Humidity Management, Indoor Air Quality, Pre-Conditioned Air, Ventilation

Electrical Engineering Services Include
Power distribution, Interior and site lighting, Fire alarm systems, Audio systems, Video systems, Computer power, Distribution, Generators, CCTV, IDF

Plumbing Engineering Services Include
Sanitary Waste and Vent, Acid Waste and Vent, Storm Waste, Domestic Water, Medical Grade Compressed Air, Various Medical Grade Gases, Medical Vacuum, Natural or Propane Gas

Specialized Areas Include
Energy Modeling, Sustainability, Commissioning, Facility Assessment, Project Management, Project Administration, Owner Representation, Cost Estimating

Customer Testimonials

I have known Michael Frempong for approximately 10 years and find him to be one of the most professional engineers I’ve ever known in the 30 plus years of my work experience. We have worked on numerous projects and has always had drawings done on time and on budget. In addition he is very easy to work with and willing to discuss all possible options in designing mechanical and plumbing systems.

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BEED Engineering is a MBE professional consulting engineering firm providing building mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering design and consulting services. We are based in Palm Bay, Central Florida. BEED stands for Building Energy Efficiency Design. According to the USDOE Buildings Energy Data Book, about 39% of the annual energy consumption in the USA comes from buildings. This translates into billions of dollars in energy cost. Consequently, even a small amount of energy reduction would yield an appreciable amount of monetary savings.