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ENGINEERING CONCEPTS, INC. (ECI) is a minority-owned small business founded in 1986. We are qualified as small business concern, administered by the U.S. Small Business Adminstration. Our prime objective is to provide our clients with high quality work that is accurate, timely, and meets our clients' expectations and needs.
Total Quality Management (TQM) is our firm's underlying quality control work principle. This concept focuses on greater communication and partnering with our clients externally and with our staff internally. Our staff participate along with the company principals in collectively formulating an efficient and effective plan to achieve the project objectives. Performance measurement indicators are developed to monitor job quality and progress. This participatory concept promotes a constancy of purpose, avoids the pitfalls of unforeseen complications, and instills in each member of the project team a clear understanding of the processes involved in the project. Participation at all working levels encourages innovation and instills a sense of ownership and pride in the delivered products.
Our staff at Engineering Concepts, Inc. consists of civil, sanitary, and environmental and computer-aided designers. Our projects are led by two principal engineers and four senior engineers.
Our staff has worked on numerous major developments in Hawaii for private industry as well as on projects for State, County, and Federal agencies and are therefore very familiar with government regulations and requirements. Past projects have included civil infrastructure, of roads, highways, drainage, potable water and non-potable water systems and wastewater treatment and disposal / recycling facilities.
Engineering Concepts, Inc. has extensive experience in the following areas:
Engineering Concepts, Inc. offers the following services:
COMPUTER & TECHNOLOGY CAPABILITIES
The production capability of Engineering Concepts, Inc. is enhanced by extensive use of microcomputer systems with access to a large library of civil sitework and utility infrastructure computer programs, including computer-aided drafting and design. Computers are utilized in conjunction with spreadsheets and advanced features of word processing programs to quickly and efficiently generate such items as cost estimates, and construction specifications.
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