At Tech International, in addition to system design and construction management, we have employed different technologies and solutions to enable better information capture, analysis and management. We have configured and customized mobile computing devices for extensive asset data collection and mapping involving assets such as pipelines, sewers, valves, hydrants, pump stations, facility lighting, and road assets (traffic signs, signals, parking meters). We have successfully participated in assisting Utilities and Public Works departments in developing applications which provide quick access to information, generates data confidence and establishes a reliable process for viewing, maintaining and sharing asset data between departments and management.
Averaging over 15 years experience, our personnel are well qualified and trained in the sciences including engineering and related technical fields. We hold professional licenses and certifications maintained through continuing education credits in our respective areas of practice. Some of us are muti-lingual with unique in-country experience beneficial for international work. We are dedicated and have continuously distinguished ourselves through exemplary performance in demanding assignments in the United States as well as overseas. At the corporate and individual levels we also strive to participate and contribute to the social well being within our communities.
In forming project teams, we are always aware that the professional capability of each member determines the quality of our work. We take great care in selecting them and can attest to their professional credentials, the quality of their previous experience and commitment to each project.
Our international experience include project work in Africa, Mid-East and Latin America. Working on US Agency for International Development (USAID) funded assignments , we successfully led expert evaluation teams to assess the impact of infrastructure project developments in El- Salvador and Jordan. The sectors that were evaluated included Water, Power, Energy and Transportation. The evaluations examined the level and direction of various projects and what mid-term adjustments or modifications were needed to achieve project objectives and enable the governments and financing institutions in the management, repair and restoration of critical economic support facilities and essential public services.
We continue to focus on various aspects of infrastructure projects with the purpose of lending our knowledge, experience and expertise in helping to successfully design, implement and manage them in the developing countries.