LPI, Inc. was established in New York City in 1885 to provide services to a fast evolving industrial nation. LPI, Inc. began doing chemical assays for a variety of industries. In the 1950s, LPI, Inc. added a metallurgical laboratory, metallurgical services, and failure analyses to the offering. Over time, this expanded further to include stress analysis, fracture mechanics, and other services that made us a full-service consulting engineering firm.
To support our clients, LPI, Inc. has continually expanded our staff and capabilities to enable us to provide a broad range of expertise. In turn, our clients have entrusted LPI, Inc. to solve projects that range from challenging to extraordinary. With over a century of service, LPI, Inc. has a long held, outstanding, and global reputation for engineering excellence and cost effective problem solving.
Whether it involves the analysis of the New York World Trade Center disaster, the breakup of an oil tanker in the North Atlantic, the weakening of a stadium roof structure, or the cracking of a critical component at a nuclear power facility, every industrial sector today faces a growing need to continue operating existing structures and current equipment in a safe, reliable, and cost effective manner. Our business mission is to assess and deliver the most cost effective solutions to our clients' engineering problems. To accomplish this, we've developed a multi-disciplined staff of specialists in a broad range of technical specialization to provide technical services to many specialized industrial sectors.
Vidaris, Inc. is an LPI sister consulting firm specializing in building envelope, sustainability, energy efficiency and code advisory. The company was created by combining the legacy firms of Israel Berger and Associates, LLC (IBA) and Viridian Energy & Environmental, LLC. Vidaris’ experienced professional staff, made up of architects and engineers, provides an integrated, holistic approach to building challenges by delivering expert advice across multiple service offerings. Vidaris continues to work collaboratively with design teams (architects, engineers, other specialty consultants, manufacturers and contractors), assisting them throughout the design, construction, and post-occupancy of new and existing building projects.
Learn more about Vidaris at www.vidaris.com.