• Responsible for roughly 80 percent of our nation’s job growth, small businesses are engines of innovation and are an invaluable asset to our economy. Small businesses can augment a larger firm’s capabilities and skill sets to give pursuit teams a competitive edge on contract bids, while large businesses can help their small business allies grow into new markets and become more competitive. Establishing strong partnerships between the two can be an effective way to find
  • OEI wins an US Army Corps of Engineers Fort Worth District 5-year MATOC contract for Real Estate Support Services primarily serving states in the Southwestern US, W9126G-17-D-0028.
  • Check out our open positions: http://obrieneng.com/careers/
  • More info and to register, samefortworth.org
  • OEI will be attending the Fort Worth District’s outreach conference for small and large businesses (targeted to SDVOSBs but open to all).  Please join us at this free event and learn about the District, upcoming opportunities, and meet other businesses doing work with or interested in doing work for the District.  More info and to register: https://apps.swf.usace.army.mil/Events/
  • Cleaning up our lakes, rivers, waterways is a good thing.  But do you have any idea why this good thing is causing the New York City shoreline to collapse? We first learned of this fascinating and stunning piece of information when we heard it on Stephen Dubner’s (of Freakonomics fame) podcast, Tell Me Something I Don’t Know at the beginning of February 2017.  It’s an interesting podcast, check it out. Basically, because the water is now
  • OEI’s recent experience providing SDEs has given us the opportunity to help flood ravaged communities and given us firsthand insight into the process and FEMA’s management of the overall objectives.  Data is collected on residential and non-residential structures for use by local communities to make substantial damage determinations. Data is collected using the FEMA Substantial Damage Estimator tool, and includes information on structural attributes, flood levels, and damage percentages. When a structure in a floodplain
  • January 31, 2017 – OEI was awarded AG-43ZP-C-17-0001 by the US Forest Service to provide A/E services to design repairs to Ratcliff Dam in the Davy Crockett National Forest, National Forest and Grasslands in Texas.

Power of Partnership

Responsible for roughly 80 percent of our nation’s job growth, small businesses are engines of innovation and are an invaluable asset to our economy. Small businesses can augment a larger firm’s capabilities and skill sets to give pursuit teams a…

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Substantial Damage Estimates (SDEs)

OEI's recent experience providing SDEs has given us the opportunity to help flood ravaged communities and given us firsthand insight into the process and FEMA's management of the overall objectives.  Data is collected on residential and non-residential structures for use…

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