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Universal Engineering brings together a unique mix of highly motivated individuals with years of experience and passion for engineering and domain knowledge that is second to none. With in-depth knowledge of structural and environmental engineering, we bring to the table a complete package that helps you expand your business and grow hand in hand with us. A pool of scientists, technicians, and engineers work efficiently to execute your projects. With vast technical knowledge of reservoir operations, risk assessment, statistical analysis and forecasting, we definitely possess the expertise to make a difference in your lives. Comprehensive field data acquisition, detailed reporting and documentation as well as cross disciplinary knowledge sharing make us ideally suited to take up any kind of engineering requirements you may have. With a finger on the vein of environmental sustainability we take pride in being socially responsible and giving back to the environment more than we take.



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