Small gestures with big impact!

The ESE team volunteered at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Silicon Valley sorting 14,000 pounds of fruit to be distributed to families and services in our community.  A good time for a GREAT cause!  

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Clear Navigation and Expertise Leads to Successful Healthcare Projects

When it comes to healthcare construction projects, clients value a seamless and efficient process that adheres to regulatory requirements and stays within budget. We understand the concerns of architects, contractors, and clients themselves. With our extensive experience and expertise, we have successfully navigated complex processes like HCAI (California Department of Health Care Access and Information) or OSHPD, ensuring smoother permitting and avoiding unnecessary delays. We will highlight our capabilities in on-site availability, foresight in project management, seismic expertise, and budget adherence.

Mountain View Contemporary Design

Structural Engineering Services for Custom Single-Family Homes

We know that home is where the heart is and working closely with clients to make that vision a reality is important to us. With a keen eye for detail, and design, and a commitment to coordination between architectural and structural drawings, we coordinate often and early. We will highlight our experience in handling custom residential projects, emphasizing the importance of coordination, flexibility, and proactive communication. Our passion for architecture and dedication to exceeding client expectations make us the ideal partner for bringing dream homes to life.

ACE Mentor Program Q&A With Justin Bose

The ACE Mentor Program is a free after-school program designed to empower high school students in workforce development by connecting students with knowledgeable professionals from the design and construction industry.

We had a chance to connect with one of our Project Engineers, Justin Bose, to learn more about what interested him in being a mentor for this program, what he has learned so far from the experience, and what piece of advice he has for the next generation of engineers and leaders.