Our History

Energy Balance and Integration, LLC is a company combining technical and field experience spanning over the past 35 years.  Our combined staff and resources have been providing testing and balancing services in New Mexico since 1976 and has had expanded services to Colorado, Eastern Arizona, and Western Texas.  We possess a full array of equipment and expertise to test and balance systems in all types of buildings.  In addition, we are capable of testing control systems, performing sound tests, evaluating system operation, performing building airtightness testing, conducting duct leakage tests and systems commissioning.  Our firm is NEBB certified for air and water balancing; TABB certified for air and water balancing; we have at present three NEBB and TABB certified supervisors (for air and water) and one field tech with NEBB Tech Certification.

We are a totally independent company with no financial ties to any installing contractors, control contractors, equipment manufacturers, or architectural/engineering design teams.  We provide only testing and balancing, systems commissioning, and closely allied services.  We do not sell or install equipment of any nature.  Approximately 70% of our work is contracted directly to the owner or their delegated representative.

The staff of EB&I has been involved with and have completed well over 7900 projects in the New Mexico and the surrounding areas.  In many instances our staff has developed on-going relationships with various customers, which have enabled these customers to rely on key staff members for current input to use in decisions regarding system expansions, modifications, and / or renovations.  Following is a list of some of the customers and projects with which our staff has been involved:

University of New Mexico
Albuquerque Public Schools
Other colleges/schools/vo-tech
LANL, Sandia National Labs, Other
Lab Environments
Industrial, Power Plants, Mines
Office Buildings
Intel Corporation

over 5500 projects


Click here to see a list of our personnel and their individual histories