Industrial

The focus of industrial engineering is to assess a project and determine how to complete it with optimal efficiency for all parties involved. This is done by analyzing and improving the conditions of those working on a project and keeping production costs low while still using high-quality services and material. Industrial engineers also strive to maintain all relevant government regulations and to reduce environmental waste as much as possible.

The efficiency comes from the tight management, use, and saving of all work-related materials, including time. Through building new structures or making upgrades to existing ones, industrial engineers take a complete look at processing and production to see where vital improvements can be made. This may be as simple as changing equipment used in the facility, or as complex as completely restructuring the facility itself to enhance its processes.

To meet these challenges, OKAMOTO Structural Engineering maintains high standards for its employees. Our staff is required to have a wide range of knowledge not just in the field of engineering, but also with the ever-changing variety of equipment, materials, tools, and processes needed to effectively build facilities while meeting strict efficiency standards.

While all of this is at the center of what we do, the core of our operations is close adherence to what our clients want. Where other firms may put their own designs ahead of what’s requested, each plan we lay out follows a client’s needs as closely as possible. If we make changes, we seek approval first and explain how we think such changes help to deliver their ultimate goals.

For 40 years, the expert staff of OKAMOTO Structural Engineering has been leaders in the structural engineering world and is well-versed in industrial engineering, too. From upgrades to new builds, our projects have garnered nation-wide recognition. Contact us today to see what OSE can do for you.