Structural Engineering can be described as an art, a skill, or a professional career. However, you see the term really reflects on the scope of work for that specific project.
Whether engineering is an art, a skill, or just a regular profession, we continue to be amazed at the creativity of each design that is presented to us. With every new project our expectations and what we once perceived as limitations get challenged and the concept that started as an idea we find a way to make a reality.
Eastern Engineering Group’s Project Showcase
Every month we like to look back at our work and reflect on what we learned as a company to continue our professional growth.
Eastern Engineering Group is honored to have the opportunity to work in a country like Haiti that went through extreme devastation due to natural disasters, and now is working hard towards developing itself by making progress and redeveloping.
Prior to the Earthquake that took place in 2010, Haiti’s structural building plans, design, and construction had close to a non-existent relationship with Building Codes. Like most underdeveloped countries around the world, Haiti’s biggest challenge was the limitation on availability and cost of construction materials, leaving the country to face many design challenges.
Nonetheless, with great challenges come great opportunities for growth.
“The tests we face in life’s journey are not to reveal our weaknesses but to help us discover our inner strengths. We can only know how strong we are when we strive and thrive beyond the challenges we face.”
― Kemi Sogunle