MDC Systems® launched a new and improved website on March 23, 2011, http://www.mdcsystems.com, featuring improved navigation and search ability, print-friendly versions of all pages on the site and new layouts and images to provide visitors greater accessibility of useful information along with superior visual appeal.
The site’s homepage welcomes visitors with a striking image, bold colors and a clean, uncluttered design. Future additions to the homepage include a Free Project Analysis Quiz that will allow visitors to determine if their project is on the path to success or destined for failure, based on responses to a set of pre-determined questions.
Other planned additions include a client testimonials page that will give prospective clients a glimpse into MDC Systems®‘ past working relationships and a tool to “Calculate Your Carbon Footprint” in the Green Buildings and Sustainability section.
New back-end administrative editing software awards greater flexibility in making changes to the site in the future to continuously provide visitors a new experience with each visit. We hope you’ll check back often.
About MDC Systems®
MDC Systems® is a Consulting Engineering firm specializing in Project and Construction Management consulting, including Forensic Engineering and Forensic Project Management®. MDC Systems®‘ multi-disciplinary staff of licensed engineers, architects project managers and accountants has an impeccable record of credentials and over forty years of experience to assist clients in preliminary project assessment, fact finding, expert analysis and presentation of findings. Areas of expertise include:
- Architectural Building System Failures
- Differing Site Conditions
- HVAC/Mechanical System Failures
- Process System Failures
- Structural Collapse
- Design Errors & Omissions (Standard of Care)
- Electrical Systems
- Control Systems
- Environmental/Hazardous Waste
- Fire Protection Systems
- Fire & Explosion Incidents
- Critical Path Method (CPM) Schedule Analysis
- Labor Disruption & Inefficiency
- Scope Definitions and Changes
- Budgets and Estimates
- Termination for Default/Convenience
- Defense Procurement
- Valuation of Damages
- Business Interruption
- Lost Profit
- Fraud Investigation