Fidelity Engineering was founded in 1945 as an Engineering and Contracting firm that introduced air conditioning, refrigeration and process cooling to a new and exciting marketplace. The advent of air conditioning went on to revolutionize the entire building industry and Fidelity has been on the leading edge ever since.Today, Fidelity is a premier provider of high performance building solutions. Our product and service offerings include Emergency Generators/Power Systems, Building Mechanical-HVAC Systems, Alternative Energies, Building Automation and Energy Consulting. Our core markets are commercial, industrial and institutional facilities.
Our team of over 400 people has grown to include multiple operating locations including a number of strategic partnerships throughout the mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the US. Our leaders are some of the most highly regarded individuals in the Construction, Service, and Engineering communities. Collectively, we share an extreme commitment to advancing the cause of building energy efficiencies, sustainable energies and service excellence.
We have a wide variety of experience and expertise that deliver real value to our clients. On any given day you may find our team furnishing and starting up a two mega-watt generator for a hospital in Virginia, designing and constructing the mechanical HVAC systems for a LEED-Platinum building in Baltimore, developing a 500 kilowatt municipal solar energy plant in New Jersey, providing retro-commissioning services on a high rise building in New York City or even servicing a high density cooling system for a government data center in Washington, DC. If you look closely, you will probably see us hard at work maintaining and updating existing technologies to support our changing world.
What We Do
Products and Services
Blue Book Network Classifications
Our standard scope of services includes the following CSI Master Format™ code(s).
Commercial Construction Project Specializations
Associations & Memberships
AFE (Assn. for Facilities Engineering)
Associated Builders and ContractorsABC
BOMA (Building Owners & Managers Assn.)
EGSA (Electrical Generating Systems Assn.)
IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers)
IFMA (International Facility Management Assn.)
U.S. Green Building CouncilMaryland Chapter
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