DESIGNING MAXIMUM BUILDING EFFICIENCY, ECONOMY AND COMFORT SINCE 1946

Michaud Cooley Erickson’s services include designing mechanical, electrical, lighting, fire protection, security, technology systems and energy management engineering solutions for clients, as well as providing commissioning to facilitate efficient operation of systems.

Our staff of over 100 engineering and project management professionals possess an exceptional breadth and depth of expertise. With our in-house specialists and resources we can efficiently and expeditiously design the internal systems for buildings of any size and function.

Specializing in engineering-intensive projects, Michaud Cooley Erickson services aviation, corporate, cultural, entertainment, hospitality, government, healthcare, higher education, mission critical, retail and science & technology market sectors.

Latest News

MSP International Airport Voted America’s Best Restroom

11.21.16 Cintas’ America’s Best Restroom Contest, open to public voting, has named the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport as the 2016 Hall of Fame recipient!  The finalists were selected based on cleanliness, visual appeal, innovation, functionality, and unique design elements. According to the Airport Service Quality survey, “the restroom experience is the second most important factor for

Petermann, Schlichting, Stelmack to Present at AIA MN Convention

10.18.16 Continuing our professional association with the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Minnesota), Michaud Cooley Erickson engineers will present a program highlighting the process and value of engineering and architectural collaboration through building performance modeling in the design process. Principals Jason Petermann, PE and Eric Stelmack, PE, LEED AP, and project designer

Time Out for Habitat

10.18.16 As an opportunity to use their skills in community outreach, hardworking MCE staffers took a day off from the office to help prepare a home in South Minneapolis with Habitat for Humanity. Most of the volunteers spent time at the Philips neighborhood house cutting and priming interior walls, while others worked outside painting the garage