Enverity Engineering

Engineering that makes buildings work.

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New name, same great engineering.

Meet Enverity

Enverity Engineering, formerly L’Acquis Consulting Engineers, is a new name for a great company. Sometimes a firm needs a fresh start. It’s not unlike how we approach each project – with a clean slate. With Ross Maue as president, we eagerly look to the future. So if you knew us as L’Acquis, just call us Enverity. And if you don’t know us at all, just call us.

Who We Are

We live at the crossroads of design and execution. We can dream and deliver. Our solutions perform as they should, look as they should and cost what they should. Our plans are meticulous and drawn with exacting detail. No request is too large, no detail is too small.

We specialize in

Mechanical

Electrical

Plumbing

Civil

Our Work

Ruth Lilly Visitors Pavilion

Welcoming visitors to the Indianapolis Museum of Art nature park, this LEED-certified pavilion offers a place of reflection and observation while experiencing the museum complex. Powered by geothermal energy, the ductwork, supply vents, plumbing and electrical infrastructure are seamlessly woven into the award winning architecture, reflecting a studied relationship of building, land and art.

The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts

Balancing the demands for comfort, power, lighting and strict acoustics, the Palladium is the premier concert venue in Central Indiana due to its elegant design and powerful theatrical presence. Over 1,600 arts patrons are able to enjoy its superb theater space where carefully integrated MEP systems quietly help keep the focus on the performance.

Lucas Oil Stadium

Home to the Indianapolis Colts and the site of the 2012 Super Bowl, Lucas Oil Stadium seats 63,000 fans and references historic Hoosier field houses in its design. The MEP engineering of the public levels of the stadium involved fast-track methods and intense collaboration to meet the demands of the NFL.

Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital

Indiana’s premier Level 1 trauma center contains 316 beds and is one of the country’s few LEED Silver hospitals. Sophisticated BIM technology was used in engineering the MEP systems for patient tower floors four through ten where environmental comfort and uninterruptable power are critical to meet hospital and patient safety standards.

Your project needs a partner, not a know-it-all.

Work with Enverity

We are an Indiana homegrown engineering design firm that is deliberately responsive. Purposefully collaborative. Pragmatically creative. Want to know more? Just give us a call.

Contact Us

For more information about Enverity, please call 317 706 2075 or email Karen Courtney, Director of Business Development.