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Philosophy




Knowledge

Knowledge base is the most important component of a consulting organisation. We have devised various methodologies to keep abreast of the latest technological developments

  • Codal review & comparison with international codes and guidelines.
  • Subscription to national & international journals & magazines.
  • Subscription to various email lists and e-newsgroups to share technical info and tips.
  • Participation in seminars, workshops & conferences on applied topics.
  • Bi-directional peer review interaction.
  • Association and consultation with educational & research institutions.
  • Web based information retrieval for latest materials, construction technology, new books & publications etc.

Quality

TES has implemented a QMS that is designed to continually improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the organisation’s performance and enhance client satisfaction. The system has adopted the process approach and quality management principles as contained in the standards, ISO 9001:2008 and stresses on meeting client requirements. The QMS will facilitate planning, allocation of resources, definition of objectives and evaluation of overall effectiveness of the organisation.

Our logistics for delivering quality is simple:

  • Deliver incredibly superior work and exceed expectations.
  • Never miss a schedule
  • Always stay within budget.

Innovation

We treat every design as a problem to be solved. Not taking the existing as the limiting factor, our constant endeavour is to go beyond the obvious. This facet of creativity inculcated in our manpower leads to development of innovative techniques for problem solving. We deploy high-end tools like latest software & web based applications to achieve innovative and creative solutions. Our focus remains on adding value to the project. Accordingly, it is essential to explore several solutions to any given design challenge. Those solutions are then evaluated for costs and benefits, including constructibility, and compared to the specific project’s goals. Only then can the ideal, and often unique, solution be selected. This approach usually results in a significant reduction of construction costs as well as reduced long-term operation and maintenance expenses.