Keystone Engineering is a multi-discipline engineering consulting firm with over 300 employees; their locations include Metairie, Mandeville, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and Houston.
Keystone has been a reliable provider of qualified engineering resources and technically innovative solutions. On July 26, 1988, Keystone Engineering Inc. opened for business. The Company was founded by Ed Genois, P.E. and Rudy Hall, P.E. to provide quality project management, engineering, drafting and procurement services. In their offices in Harvey, Louisiana, Rudy and Ed built a team of more than thirty employees.
They offer civil/structural, mechanical, process, electrical, instrumentation and controls & automation engineering services to a largely industrial clientele. They also offer design and engineering for offshore renewables platforms and marine terminals. Their goal is to provide their clients with practical solutions and excellent design in a common sense, results-oriented manner.
Keystone is dedicated to providing a quality work product in a schedule-conscious, safe and cost-effective way.
Their flexibility allows them to handle a broad range of project needs, from small efforts like a simple field sketch to multi-discipline project teams for large capital projects.
Each office is run by a General Manager that has a vested interest in our product and reputation. These owner-managers and engineers provide daily project oversight as well as hands-on involvement in our projects, allowing the most focused energy and effort to be spent on the quality of the end product.
Keystone Engineering Inc. is registered in several states, including Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Oklahoma. Currently they have over 69 licensed engineers on staff, and reciprocity agreements with many states.
Their goal is to be a regional leader in engineering design services, and to provide a family atmosphere to their employees. By leveraging decades-old relationships and a hard-working, common sense approach to projects, Keystone is well-positioned to continue steady growth and development.See more