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Engineering Consultant vs Engineering Partner Firm

engineering consulting firm vs engineering partner firm

When working on fresh and intriguing projects, engineering talents are in high demand. However, selecting the best firm for you can be challenging. Whether you are a manager at a major engineering firm looking to outsource some of the design work to meet a deadline or a first-time inventor, it is critical to select the proper partners who will help you every step of the way.

When looking for an engineering firm to work with, it is important to understand the difference between a regular consulting firm and an engineering partner firm. 

What is a consultant?

An engineering consultant often comes into a company or project to give their professional opinion and advice on things to change how to handle adversity in the future. They are usually someone with experience in the field and are now freelancing their talents wherever they are needed for respective clients. Usually, they come to work with your company for a short period and then they leave once the agreed-upon project is completed. 

A consultant is there for you as needed and when they have time between other projects.

What is an engineering partner firm?

So you might be asking yourself how Tresca Design is different from a regular consultant. We consider ourselves an Engineering Partner firm. We do everything a consultant would do for you, except with some very important differences. Here at Tresca, we make it a point to integrate with your team and work as your partner. We make sure to take care of your needs as if your needs are ours. We believe in collaborating rather than simply working separately and trying to achieve the same goal.

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We strongly believe that your success is our success. Working with a company like us here at Tresca Design will aid you in the entire process, from start to finish. Contact us today to see how we can be your partner on your next engineering project.

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