Engineers in Redwood City, CA
Comprehensive list of Redwood City, California based civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, structural and environmental engineering companies & consultants.
Crosby Group differentiates itself from other engineers on design-build teams by understanding the cost impacts of multiple trades, structural systems, and present day material costs. We have been capable to bring real solutions that contractor's appreciate.
Do you need an accurate, robust and user-friendly functional test system to test your product or PCB? Or a tabletop inspection system? Or a medical equipment tester? We design and build custom automated test fixtures and production equipment for all kinds of products: boards, medical devices, consumer products, and electronic components.
THE BAY AREA'S PREMIER DESIGN/BUILD FIRM EDC is a complete service Engineering and Construction company licensed to perform design and construction for existing and new projects. With offices on the Peninsula and East bay, we specialize in the forensic evaluation of your property to determine and implement solutions to structural, soils, retaining wall and drainage issues for domestic and commercial
The Great Mall of the Bay Area. Look at many of the San Francisco Bay Area's top commercial and domestic buildings, hotels, and government, educational and healthcare facilities as well as transportation systems. Chances are you will be looking at BKF projects.
Pyxis Engineering Corporation offers electrical engineering services on a contract basis. We specialize in the design and implementation of electrical control systems using off-the-shelf hardware. Many machines and processes are most efficiently controlled with programmable devices.
The industry's only concrete design platform that incorporates the ease-of-use and productivity of the Equivalent Frame Method with the power and accuracy of 3D FEM analysis. Now integrated with other general purpose FEM programs. Industry proven analysis and design software for concrete floor systems and beams using the Equivalent Frame Method of design.