About EEI

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. (EEI) is a multidiscipline engineering firm with a worldwide footprint. With offices in Alaska, Maine, and Hawaii, we provide civil, structural, and mechanical engineering services and mechanical integrity assessments. Our specialty expertise covers planning, design, and inspection of fuel storage and distribution systems. Through engineering integrity assessments, we evaluate your system’s needs, and life extension options for long-term serviceability. We provide services to government and commercial clients, continuing to bring clarity to complex, technically challenging projects in remote locations, and extreme climates.

Having completed projects at over 315 military installations in the Continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, the Pacific Islands, and Europe, EEI is recognized by the Department of Defense (DoD) as a leader in design and integrity assessments of aircraft fueling systems. Our work includes storage tanks, pipelines, truck and rail car loading and off-loading facilities, and aircraft hydrant systems.

In addition, EEI has a robust civil engineering group based in Anchorage that provides site development design services in Alaska, and infrastructure projects at military installations worldwide. Infrastructure components include roadways, site improvements, canopies, aircraft taxi-lanes and parking aprons, and water and wastewater utility systems.

We routinely participate in value engineering, design charrettes, and full-time Title II construction administration services.

Our History

EEI was founded in 1972 in Putney, Vermont by John D. Elliot. Known as a proper English gentleman, John was a bright and motivated mechanical engineer who held his employees and clients in high regard.  The firm continued to expand, and an office was opened in Topsham, Maine in 1977.

Ownership of the firm transferred to five employees in 1985, which coincided with broadening our client base beyond the core pulp and paper market. Steve Brooks led the growth into the government sector, specializing in design of Petroleum, Oil, and Lubricants (POL) systems for the United States Department of Defense.  EEI expanded services to Alaska and opened an office in Anchorage in 1993. EEI opened a third office in Honolulu, Hawaii in 2018 to support ongoing project work in the Pacific Rim.

After 40+ years of continuous service, EEI now employs over 70 individuals including civil, structural, and mechanical engineers, surveyors, designers, and support staff who provide high quality engineering and excellent client service.