Eskinder Berhanu & Associates (EBA) is a consulting engineering firm in San Diego that has engineers
actively operating in the industry over 30 years. EBAs expertise extends from energy efficiency, alternative/renewable energy sources, integrated & mechanical system design assistance to
evaluation of utility demand side management (DSM) projects.
Our staff offers tremendous experience in energy consulting and integrated design, having spent 23 years in performing complex computer simulation; managing and conducting extensive energy surveys and audits; conducting end-use monitoring and analyzing and reporting the results to guide appropriate energy conservation measures.
Whether working directly with the client, or being a member of a multiple-consultant team, EBA is highly qualified and adaptable in a number of tasks to ensure quality results.
Our goal as sustainable energy consulting engineering is to conduct effective and efficient delivery of quality services and provide solutions implementing cost-effective cutting-edge sustainable measures in energy conservation, water use reduction, renewables and facility operation practices to federal, commercial, industrial, institutional, agricultural and residential new construction and retrofit buildings and facilities. Regional branches, divisions and departments.
In all the dimensions of the work that we perform for our clients, our firm lives by the creed to approach each engagement with an utmost attenuation for quality and respect to people, products, and those constituents we serve on a day-to-day basis. Simply stated, we believe in these guiding principles to SERVE AND DELIVER THE BEST TO OUR CLIENTS:
- Adhere to the highest professional standards
- Play an integral role in problem solving and implementation
- Build enduring, trust-based relationships
- Strive for superior quality and distinctive impact
- Develop and disseminate world-class research practices
- Manage client and firm resources in a cost-effective manner
- Play an integral role in knowledge building