Industrial Engineering

Industrial engineers focus on improvement, integration, and innovation of your manufacturing process. They find ways to eliminate wastefulness in production processes by devising efficient systems that integrate workers, machines, materials, information, and energy.

As systems integrators, our industrial engineers play a role in analyzing and designing items such as:

  • Facility layouts of buildings, rooms, equipment, and infrastructure
  • Material handling systems and flow
  • Manufacturing and production equipment layouts

Our experienced team of professionals will observe your existing operations, and then apply their knowledge and skills of techniques such as lean process management to implement solutions that will maximize efficiency as part of your construction or renovation.

Technical Capabilities

Operational Analysis
  • Ideal vs. existing work flow
  • Future process changes
  • Capacity utilization
  • Space allocations
  • Departmental relationships
Area / Equipment Layout
  • Departmental area needs
  • Configuration requirements
  • Relationship to existing space
  • Present / future equipment
  • Support requirements
  • Special facility provisions
Cellular / Lean Manufacturing
  • Analysis of current methods
  • Waste drivers
  • Identification of areas of opportunity
  • Proposed methodology / layout changes
  • Benefits analysis (inventory, customer service, costs, space)
Manufacturing machinery
Certifications / Affiliations:
  • Warehouse Education and Research Council (WERC)
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