ESi's commercial structures experts work with our clients to assess the condition of structural, civil, architectural, mechanical, and fire protection systems and components, and to investigate these systems and components when a failure occurs.
Our expertise is used to give building owners, property managers, engineers, architects, and contractors access to the technology and expertise necessary to make their buildings safe for the people who use them.
We accomplish this by inspecting, testing, and monitoring the buildings inside, outside, and underneath for structural damage, water infiltration, and other factors that could lead to serious damage and deterioration over time.
In a challenging and technically diverse project, ESi and our partner Oceanus provided engineering and marine survey support for crane barge operations.
ESi was called in to assess the structural, mechanical, and electrical elements of the Super Dome after Hurricane Katrina.
We will review concepts about septic systems, including common issues, reasons for failure, and state and local laws that govern design, permitting, installation and maintenance.
Join Crane Engineering (a part of ESI) March 13 for our second annual Smart Sessions: Topics and Trends That Matter—presentations providing insights on topics that impact the work you do.
Crane Engineering is now part of ESi -- a significant milestone in our efforts to enhance responsiveness and ensure that we can deploy the right expertise and technologies to fit the scope of a particular project.
ESi's expertise spans dozens of industries and specializations organized across several practice groups, each staffed by dozens of in-house experts with the technical knowledge, hands-on expertise, and courtroom experience required to execute projects for and with our clients from start to finish.Find an Expert Contact Us