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Career Profiles - Dictionary for Architects and Engineers


Technical building services engineer


A technical building services engineer, for example, coordinates the trades in a design project in an interdisciplinary manner. He completes a technical degree in the field of building services equipment, process engineering or building management.


Why do you need a technical building services engineer?

The technical building services engineer assumes great responsibility in the field of safety technology, load and passenger elevators and ensuring the functionality of the entire building technology. He can be responsible for maintenance and service tasks and is in practice the coordinating contact for the areas of heating, ventilation and sanitation.

What does the technical building services engineer do?

Technical building services engineer ensure that a house is sufficiently ventilated and ventilated and that resource-saving heating methods are used. They are significantly involved in the development of standards for technical systems and collect current building data. They are also used as experts for building evaluation.