Seismic Retrofitting for Commercial Buildings

The team at Optimum Seismic has been providing consultations, engineering, construction and earthquake retrofits for commercial buildings in California since 1984. Our experts in seismic engineering, construction management provide quality earthquake retrofit services for all types of commercial buildings.

We understand the importance of taking every quality control step to safeguard your commercial building from the damage an earthquake can cause. Our services are designed to increase the resiliency of commercial buildings and community structures to help prevent damage or collapse when the next earthquake happens.

Each building project is different and must be executed flawlessly, as lives are on the line. With thousands of building retrofit projects completed, and decades of experience, our clients have relied on Optimum Seismic’s expertise in earthquake engineering and structural dynamics to help construct buildings that can withstand damage from major and minor shaking, and significantly reduce the risk of injury or death during a major seismic event.

Our commercial building retrofit expertise includes:

Because of Optimum Seismic’s extensive experience in seismic earthquake retrofitting, property owners can be assured their structures are being properly updated with the latest in retrofit technology. In every step of the process, from our initial consultation, to the engineering assessment and analysis, drawing the plans, getting permits approved, to the actual retrofit project, we communicate clearly and provide options and solutions based on experience.

With Optimum Seismic, you get unparalleled peace-of-mind knowing the safety of your buildings and everyone in them is in good hands.

Optimum Seismic is a recognized expert in earthquake and structural engineering in the state of California. Our team has decades of experience working with clients to customize programs that match their goals and needs. Let us engineer an optimal retrofit solution for your building.

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