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Tometich Engineering, Inc.

  • Professional-Design Services/Engineers
10501 Buena Vista Ct.
Urbandale, IA 50322-3783
(515) 280-8022
(515) 727-9124 (fax)
  • About

    Corporate History
    Tometich Engineering, Inc. was established and incorporated in April of 1992 by James Tometich, P.E. Since opening an additional office, Tometich Engineering, Inc. has been able to provide competent and concise engineering service to central Iowa and the other states currently under registration. Jim has experience in many areas of engineering with a focus on structural applications in commercial, educational, institutional, and industrial facilities. Additional services provided include commercial and residential inspections, forensic engineering, computer (CAD) implementation, and expert witness testifying.

    Corporate Philosophy
    The purpose of this corporation is to provide professional and competent engineering services. These services may be provided in the fields of structural, industrial, architectural and forensic engineering as well as consultation in other areas such as commercial and residential inspection, energy conservation, and CAD applications. These services shall be provided in a timely and concise manner utilizing the economy and accuracy of computer aided office automation. Upholding the engineering oath of safety will be the primary criteria, with accurate, succinct, and informative documents being the final goal.