Good bones, great lift, solid foundations, safe places
That sums up structural engineering in a nutshell.
Well-engineered facilities not only hold up to the passing of decades and the forces of nature . . . they look good while they're doing it. Most importantly, they enhance the efficiency and productivity of whatever happens inside them.
But structural engineering means more than just designing factories or other buildings.
PEC could design a crane that could hoist the weight of nine elephants (should you want to). Our foundations can support a wind turbine. We do shelters that can withstand explosions, and we've designed entire ethanol facilities.
We have no shortage of imagination. Let's bring your vision to life.