Duties of a Forensic Electrical Engineer

Duties of a Forensic Electrical Engineer

Forensic services inspect companies’ structural and electrical systems after major incidents that led to company infrastructure damage or employee injury. Investigation toward severe, costly damages helps businesses locate the source of their accident and informs them...
See Dreiym Engineering’s Lab Space

See Dreiym Engineering’s Lab Space

Engineering Lab Space Dreiym Engineering is proud to show you our lab space!  We are constantly adding to the equipment we have on-site and are in the process of expanding the lab’s footprint to include additional machining areas and lab storage.  Always a work...
The Different Methods of Soil Testing

The Different Methods of Soil Testing

Though soil is most often associated with agriculture and plant growth, there are a lot of other industries that take the natural element into consideration. One industry that interacts with soil regularly is infrastructure. For companies that want their facility’s...
Top Causes of PLC Control System Failure

Top Causes of PLC Control System Failure

PLC is an acronym for programmable logic controller. A PLC translates commas for machines to understand. Without PLC, actions which humans desire machines to make would be impossible for the machine to decipher. PLC translates the information a person provides a...
Reasons You Need to Hire a Forensic Engineer

Reasons You Need to Hire a Forensic Engineer

A forensic engineer is well-trained in many different issues, making them a great asset to most companies. You typically need to hire a forensic engineer once something on a project or in a business has failed. Their job is to figure out the cause of the failure. This...