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Therme MEP

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Wellbeing Engineered

Therme MEP is the dedicated MEP (mechanical, electrical and public health) building services design company of Therme Group. Guided by research and innovation, Therme MEP uses advanced technological processes to ensure the sustainable use of all resources including water and energy. As a result, Therme MEP optimises consumption across the entire life-cycle of all Therme Group facilities.

Therme MEP’s expertise includes:

  • Geothermal water treatment and heating transfer 
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning 
  • Electrical solutions
  • Lighting and sound systems
  • Swimming pool, mineralised pool and waste water treatment
  • Power generation 

The team also cares for each venue through irrigation, fertilisation, ventilation and monitoring. Generating sophisticated projections and designs, Therme MEP ensures all of these distinct elements are working in harmony towards sustainable goals.

Therme MEP develops, implements and monitors systems across all Therme Group facilities with the aim of reducing environmental impact and enhancing guest experience.

Driving Innovation and Sustainability Towards Carbon Neutrality

Therme MEP is guided by the chief aim of restructuring technological resources to further Therme Group’s commitment to sustainability. Using durable engineering design, alongside top performance materials and technologies, Therme MEP optimises building and energy efficiency to deliver minimum environmental impact. For example, Therme MEP uses simulations to forecast energy consumption according to the weather and visitor numbers in order to generate, co-generate and store green energy.

Therme MEP’s sustainable site planning and management are central to creating healthy environments that benefit both Therme Group’s employees and its clients. As well as receiving LEED platinum accreditation for sustainability, Therme Bucharest is focused on the drive towards carbon neutrality. Therme MEP’s solutions will be central in this work, upgrading the facility’s design to ensure efficient energy usage. 

Suncast modelling allows Therme MEP to predict energy consumption to optimise efficiency.

Advanced Digital Modelling

The team at Therme MEP constantly seeks new initiatives and tools to improve the way it works. Cutting-edge technological processes allow Therme MEP to create hyper-detailed plans of facilities and to ‘build smart’. 3D design software and digital modelling allow Therme MEP to generate calculations and simulations to improve functionality across building systems. These findings are then integrated across other departments, ensuring sustainability is pursued in construction and long after the facility has opened. 

A HVAC building design simulation –  findings are integrated across other departments, ensuring sustainability is pursued in construction and long after the facility has opened.

Another key tool implemented by Therme MEP is BIM technology (Building Information Modelling). BIM refers to the process of using a single coherent system of 3D models to carefully monitor all building systems from design, through to construction and operation.  

The comprehensive building insights provided by BIM give Therme MEP the tools to improve building sustainability at every level, optimising energy consumption and maximising productivity.  

The Therme MEP leadership team, from left to right, Daniel Târziu, Andreea Hasan, Alin Năstase, Viorel Beltechi, Vlad Dunitrescu, Alina Matei, Florin Besu.

Leadership Team
Viorel Beltechi
VP Energy and Engineering and CEO Therme Asia, Therme Group

Viorel Beltechi

VP Energy and Engineering and CEO Therme Asia, Therme Group

An experienced engineer and diplomat, Viorel has worked in key roles in various government departments, particularly in the energy sector. Among his many achievements are promoting and developing the economic relationship between Romania and China. As part of this Viorel coordinated the energy sector in the 16+1 Format: Central and Eastern European cooperation with China.

Daniel Tarziu
Senior Mechanical Engineer

Daniel Tarziu

Senior Mechanical Engineer

As a mechanical engineer, Daniel is experienced in both the design and development. He coordinates a team of engineers, ensuring efficiency across all Therme MEP’s activities including taking responsibility for the technical department.

Daniel has experience working for several engineering companies, in the development of assembly departments for water supply and firefighting systems, as well as on the design of HVAC systems. 

Daniel was awarded a PhD scholarship at the Polytechnic University in Grenoble and was a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Building Services Engineering, in Bucharest (Department of fluid mechanics).

Vlad Dumitrescu
Senior HVAC Engineer

Vlad Dumitrescu

Senior HVAC Engineer

Vlad is an MEP engineer, with 20 years’ experience in designing and building MEP systems. For many years he was actively involved in various companies as a HVAC designer and has coordinated MEP design for many projects including in offices building, factories, malls. He has been a qualified Romanian Energy Assessor since 2017.

Andreea Hasan
Senior Public Health & Fire Fighting Engineer

Andreea Hasan

Senior Public Health & Fire Fighting Engineer

With a career in design and construction consultancy, Andreea has more than 15 years’ experience in construction and installation design. She has contributed to numerous national projects as a project manager and design engineer for plumbing and fire safety. She has been a certified fire safety engineer by IGSU since 2013.

Florin Besu
Senior Electrical Engineer

Florin Besu

Senior Electrical Engineer

Florin specialises in the design and execution of MEP systems. He has worked various positions as an electrical design engineer both in the private and public sector and in diverse building projects such as Ikea Bucharest, Hotel Marriot Bucharest, Mega Mall Bucharest, Microsoft Romania, Petrom City.

Alin Nastase
Senior Software Engineer

Alin Nastase

Senior Software Engineer

Alin has a background in designing and developing custom software applications for water management (SCADA Applications) and control panel software for programmable logic controllers, as well as building full stack solutions in water management. His experience contributes to the development of a full management and forecasting energy system, building an adaptive and scalable monitoring system on new technologies.