We are one of the most respected energy efficiency consulting firms serving the built environment today. We have worked with fortune 500 leading brands & served 1000+ buildings across the USA and Canada. We pride ourselves in having a streamlined process and unique mix of technologies that guarantees risk-free projects and fast turnaround time. We serve building owners/operators, architecture firms, MEP firms, energy contractors in all 50 states.
Our consultants have decades of design experience in multiple sectors and projects sizes/complexities.
Healthcare. Retail. Commercial Real Estate. Industrial. Restaurants. Hospitality. Critical Environment. Education. Aviation. Oil & Gas.
Our consultants have 50+ years in combined experience managing maintenance and operation for 1000s of buildings for leading brands and fortune 500 companies.
Energy Management Expertise
Our Consultants have worked on energy management for portfolios of 1000+ of buildings in USA, Canada, and MENA.
BMS and Controls. Utility Contracts. Renewables. Efficiency Upgrade.
ENERGY STAR & LEED
Our consultants have deep experience of the programs, and requirements of ENERGY STAR and LEED, and have helped large number of building to achieve certifications and recognition
LEED. ENERGY STAR Certified. Designed to Earn ENERGY STAR.
Software and Innovation
EOS developed a patent pending technology that helps enterprise customers to gain visibility into their buildings’ consumption and energy management.
Most of our consultants have at least 10 years of experience in design, construction, maintenance, sustainability, energy procurement, or facilities management. Our consultants are certified and accredited in a variety of areas:
Registered Professional Engineers - PE
Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Design – LEED AP (BD+C)
Certified Energy Manager – CEM
PhD in Engineering
Some Organizations our consultants currently or previously collaborated with:
PE, LEED AP (BD+C)
Sal Alhelo, PE, LEED AP (BD+C), the founder of EOS Labs, has nearly 17 years of experience in energy management, engineering, construction and building operations.
He has significantly contributed to the design of multi-billion-dollar hotels and casinos in Las Vegas, as well as several healthcare facilities in Texas, and managed facilities programs for a Fortune 500 company for more than six years. As a result, Alhelo is uniquely positioned to provide building facility managers with the valuable financial insights they need to optimize energy usage and increase savings.
Alhelo served as Chair of the Connex Technology Council for the advancement of the multi-site FM industry and has authored multiple articles for Smart Energy Decisions on the subject of energy management and efficiency maintenance. He is also a frequent speaker at national energy management conferences and meetings, including Connex FM, the U.S. Department of Energy Better Building Summit, the Edison Electric Institute, and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), the National Institute for Building Sciences (NIBS).
Alhelo holds a B.Sc. in mechanical and energy sciences, an MBA with a minor in data analytics, and is a registered Professional Engineer in multiple states. Additionally, he is an accredited professional in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (building, design and construction).
Sal Alhelo resides in McKinney, Texas, with his wife, Raina, and their two children. In his spare time, he enjoys reading and traveling, and is currently volunteering for a community development program through his church.
PhD, CEM, Senior Consultant
Dr. Hassan Qandil is a clinical assistant professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of North Texas.
He has a Ph.D. in Mechanical and Energy Engineering from the University of North Texas, an M.Sc. in Engineering/Energy Management from the University of Jordan, and a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Jordan.
Before joining UNT, he was a maintenance engineer and wireline field engineer for international oilfield corporations across Jordan, Malaysia, Germany, the UAE, and India. Dr. Hassan has years of hands-on experience in the fields of thermal management, mechanical and thermal modeling and optimization, energy management and sustainability, thermodynamics and heat transfer, CFD and fluid mechanics, algorithmic design and machine learning, and renewable energy.
Dr. Hassan was responsible for maintenance and drilling in several noteworthy projects, including the Disi Water Conveyance Project in Jordan ($1.1 billion USD) and drilling in the Ravva oil fields in India ($100 million USD).
Recently, Dr. Hassan took part in the Solar Decathlon Competition for the Department of Energy — a $43.75 million USD Project. His team consisted of mechanical engineering and interior design students, partnered with two industry leaders in green buildings (Gensler and EOS labs). The team designed a net-zero-energy student housing facility for an engineering college that met LEED and PHIUS standards for green and passive buildings. His project won second place in the multi-family division out of 101 international intercollegiate teams from 15 countries.
When he’s not lecturing, he enjoys playing soccer, hiking, and going to the gym.
Stephanie Moon has been focused on bringing creative solutions to the Facilities Management (FM) industry for decades. Through her extensive corporate experience, her construction management/facilities management outsourcing firm, and her active participation in professional associations, Stephanie has helped businesses leverage internal talent, circumvent unnecessary spending, and increase operational capabilities.
Her agile business expertise enables her to see potential opportunities, identify optimal strategies, and build roadmaps for success.
Stephanie is a respected member of the AEC&FM community, having participated in diverse organizations over the years. In addition to her current membership in the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) Consultative Council, she has been active in the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), the Restaurant Facility Management Association (RFMA), International Facilities Management Association (IFMA), and the Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF).
Stephanie enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Mo Shaheen has over 10 years of experience in electrical engineering and holds a bachelor’s degree in this field.
Shaheen is an expert in energy auditing, electrical engineering design, project management, project tender preparation, electrical systems cost estimation, and BIM modeling. His long list of credentials includes CEM, LEED Green Associate, ISO 9001 Auditor, and more.
Shaheen’s project experience spans across multiple counties and sectors with a focus on hospitality and pharmaceuticals.
In his spare time, he enjoys going to the gym, hiking, and watching movies.
CEM®, CEA®, CMVP®, Senior Consultant
Mo Qatouni, CEM®, CEA®, CMVP®, has a cumulative 15 years’ experience industrial facilities, with nearly 9 years of experience in both Energy Management and Solar PV, design, installation and T&C , construction and building operations.
He has conducted and lead teams with more than 200 ASHRAE Level II Audits, in commercial, industrial, domestic, hospitality and wholesale businesses.
Qatouni designed more than 200 MWp, installed more than 3.5 MWp between 2017 and 2020.
Qatouni worked in the consultancy business in the last few years both in Jordan and in the Arabian Gulf
Qatouni is a part of a 5-member family, with his wife and three kids, he enjoys swimming, roller-blade skating , and has a (I DAN) Black belt in Taekwondo which he got during the COVID-19 Crisis (Late 2020)as a part of his continues self-development journey.
Fares holds a Master’s Degree of Science in Architecture and has 7+ years’ experience in designing large projects with a focus on sustainability.
A diligent learner, ambitious with developed leadership trends, team cooperation skills and communication skills within teams, and other disciplines.
In his spare time, he enjoys playing drums and camping.
The quick learner he is, he was able to grasp many of the technical aspects of our services and was able to expand his responsibilities to become a project coordinator.
In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and social activities.
CEM, Advisory Board Member
Sean Andrews is a seasoned energy executive with over 15 years of experience leading successful energy trading and risk management teams, as well as implementing renewable energy development and energy efficiency projects.
He is currently the Executive Vice President of Ammper Power, a retail electricity provider in Texas providing access to renewable energy and asset management for commercial and industrial customers of all sizes. He has been a voting member of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).
He has both a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Master of Science in Finance from the University of Houston.
Sean is a member of The Energy Professionals Association technology committee and has the pleasure of serving on the Board of Directors for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star group for Greater Houston.