Welcome to REDI
Smart engineering services from a team of dedicated expertsGreat engineering is a combination of creative problem solving and detailed, analytic thinking. Since 2006, REDI has provided clients with insight, empowerment and direction thanks to our dedication to a well-rounded, personal approach to engineering. Our team handles projects both large and small in the realms of civil, mechanical and forensic engineering, delivering services such as:
- Product development
- Computer aided engineering
- Inspection and investigation
- Failure analysis
- Litigation support
Why choose REDI for your next projectOne of our greatest strengths at REDI is the variety of work we do. Whether it’s work involving machines or buildings, this variety has profoundly helped our clients in a number of ways. But most importantly, when you work with REDI you are getting a true partner organization. We pledge to be personable and honest to develop a great relationship with you. We also take the time to explain every issue in layman’s terms to make it easier for you to learn about how exactly we will solve your problem.
Contact us today for more informationTo learn more about REDI and the services we provide, we encourage you to contact us today. Our representatives look forward to speaking with you!
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MachinesDevelopment Safety Design Response
ForensicProduct Liability Construction Defects Property Loss Failure Analysis
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Recent Product Failure Prevention Guide
The challenge in new-product projects is getting market needs correct. Integrating engineering and marketing activities and improving the flow of information between marketing and engineering will improve new-product project success. This guide explores ways for project managers, design engineers, engineering managers and others to think like marketers in navigating the framework of engineer thought.
5 Ways to Maximize an Engineer’s Expert Testimony
It’s your job to prepare engineering witnesses properly. If you do, you can overcome the challenges, intentionally maximize the effectiveness of your experts, and strengthen your cases. In general, you should explain deposition procedures to the expert, explain how the expert’s testimony fits into the overall framework of the case, and describe your expectations.