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Join us on October 22, 2021, as we celebrate the life and legacy of former ESi Board Chair and CEO Mike E. Stevenson at the 2021 Mike Stevenson Memorial Golf Tournament, with proceeds to benefit Camp to Belong - Georgia.
Our Atlanta, Georgia location offers a unique blend of multi-discipline professional engineering combined with extensive in-house testing and research facilities.
Our consultants provide a full range of investigative, technical and litigation support services as well as having access to a national network of experts, state-of-the-art facilities, and staffed trained in using the latest technologies for high quality results.
Disciplines strongly represented in the Atlanta office include the following:
Our facility is equipped with a state-of-the-art materials testing/analysis laboratory, complete with a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) with Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) capabilities. Our primary conference room feeds into our large, well-equipped, metallurgical, optical, microscopy, mechanical, and electrical laboratories. We can host multi-party inspections utilizing advanced equipment under comfortable, controlled environmental conditions. Artifact storage is available for the safe keeping of your important evidence.
Our labs offer many different testing, inspection, measurement, and computational analysis capabilities, including the following, which are run by ESi engineers and technicians:
Metrology/ 3D Laser Scanning:
Small Parts Laser Scanning, Non-Contact:
Large Area Laser Scanning, Non-Contact:
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS):
Tony Dill has joined the company to help lead a new Security and Defense Services group in our Biomechanics and Safety practice.
ESi launches a new Fuel Gas Odorant Composition Analysis program performed by a full-service chemistry lab.
When components fracture, fatigue is often the reason. Ron Parrington walks you through the definition and types of fatigue, how to design and test for fatigue, and common fractographic features in fatigue failures.