Providing quality engineering services is a primary objective, with a focus on providing innovative and state-of-the-art engineering solutions for all projects, using the latest technologies.
Some of the following procedures and techniques are employed by AES Colorado for appropriate projects to ensure quality workmanship and cost containment to our clients. We encourage our clients to use our services and help us together develop successful projects.
Pre-consultation during the schematic design & design development phases.
Code analysis & review of project scope prior to construction document process.
Project review during project development.
Employment of design and drafting checklists.
Post-document review process of design and documents.
Lesson learned summary for each project.
Review and reporting summary of project to client if requested.
Construction observations recommended to client for review of construction development.
Preconstruction meetings recommended for the appropriate work.
In order to strive to address your concerns for good product service we will commit to provide successful and proven techniques to our projects. Additionally, we welcome comments and input on how we may improve our processes in the future for all our projects.
Big box stores
Metal building foundations
Food processing facilities
Restoration, repair, forensic
Concrete parking structures
Subdivision tract homes
PT slabs foundations
Glass curtain wall design
Home moving systems
Specialty system designs
Racking system evaluations
Tiltup concrete projects
International Code Council
Structural Engineers of Colorado
(Colorado) Structural Engineers Emergency Response Committee (SEAC)
International Concrete Repair Institute (Even years)
American Concrete Institute (Odd years)
American Institute of Steel Construction (Even years)
American Welding Society 09-10
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