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:: engineering consulting ::

Engineering Consulting

Applied Engineering delivers engineering consulting services in two ways; Resource Engineering and Project Engineering. The flowchart below provides a simplified explanation of these two distinct services.

Project vs. Resource Engineering Services


Project Engineering

Many design engineering groups know their products well and can handle current product support very efficiently.

However, companies often look for growth in new markets. Typically, when this is the case, companies don't have the expertise or time to take a new line of products from concept to production.

AE's Project Engineering group is able to create, design, test and produce entire projects.

AE's project managers will work closely with your team to ensure design goals are met and the project is completed on time and within budget.

With five Design Centers combined with prototyping and short-run manufacturing capabilities, AE's Project Engineering group provides a complete product development solution.


Resource Engineering

At some point your project load probably exceeds your staffing levels. In today's tough economy, hiring more full-time engineers is probably not an option. AE's Resource Engineering group has the solution. AE has a team of engineers fully trained in the latest product design principles and tools to supplement your design team.

Our engineers sit side-by-side your engineers to help complete design tasks to ensure your products are released on time. These tasks often include:

  • Modeling parts
  • Preparing ECNs/ECOs
  • Detailing engineering prints
  • Coordinating part specifications with suppliers
  • and much more


Resource Engineering vs. Contract Engineering

Unlike staffing agenices, Applied Engineering does not provide traditional contract engineering services. Instead, Applied Engineering retains its skilled employees after individual projects are complete, allowing your company flexible scheduling and budgeting, while building a partnership with a local company.



Contact An Engineering Services Consultant

Contact an engineering services consultant to discuss your current and future projects.

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