- Phone: (630) 851-4566
- Fax: (630) 851-4870
The Aurora, Illinois operation of ESi is located just outside of Chicago and is the founding office for the company. The Aurora office offers expertise in nearly every ESi discipline and specialty area, including:
The professional staff is very experienced, most with over two decades in their field, with the vast majority having advanced degrees and specialized certifications in their area of expertise. This group of industry-recognized experts has published over 700 articles and technical/industry organization presentations. The staff is active in technical organizations and standards development committees, with many being active leaders, chairs, or co-chairs.
Our 46,000+ square foot Illinois facility is the largest in the ESi system and one of the most up-to-date multidisciplinary testing, laboratory, and inspection facilities in our industry - ideally suited for hosting individual and multi-party inspections of all sizes. This facility includes a spacious 11,000 square foot high-bay space with 24-foot ceiling heights, and two dedicated inspection rooms totaling 2000 square feet. It also includes dedicated photographic, animation, graphic arts, and trial exhibit studios, run by full-time ESi technical staff, and an extensive engineering and technical library run by a full-time professional research librarian.
Our conference rooms and inspection areas feed into our large, well-equipped, metallurgical, optical, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), mechanical, and electrical laboratories. These labs, considered by many to be second to none, offer many different testing, inspection, measurement, and computational analysis capabilities, including the following, which are run by ESi engineers and technicians:
ESi launches a new Rail sub-practice, led by ESi Principal Philip J. Daum, P.E., who will provide strategic leadership, build market awareness of our rail capabilities, and enable synergies within and across our technical disciplines.
ESi consultants presented “Tanker Truck Loading Platform Fall Protection Accident Reconstruction Analysis,” at the XXIXth Annual ISOES Conference.
Anand Shah, Dennis B. Brickman, Joseph Grzetic and Joseph Eganhouse embarked on an effort to determine common causes of failure in elastomeric resistance bands used in exercise programs.