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Building America from the Ground up since 1993

This year we celebrate 25 years of making a difference in our communities.

Since 1993, AESCO has been a cornerstone in the community, involved in both leadership and development. We are proud to lead the way towards a more efficient future with innovative ideas, professional and expeditious service, and transparency.

We’ve worked on thousands of projects aimed at providing solid geotechnical and environmental engineering, construction inspections and materials testing solutions.

A testament of our dedication to our clients is our resilience. We've percerviered through several economic cycles and come out stronger. AESCO has a strong financial base, and has never experienced any bankuptcy, pending litigation, office closure, nor has any impending merger in the near future.

AESCO is able to complete projects within the established schedule.

Our mission is to provide our clients with cost-effective professional services, to work with our clients in maintaining project and regulatory schedules, and to ensure that the quality of our deliverables is maintained to the highest industry standards. 

AESCO Company Profile

  1. Woman Owned - AESCO is a woman-owned corporation (incorporated in California) and has been in operation since 1993.
  2. Certified - AESCO is SBE, DBE/UDBE, WBE, and CBE certified.

  3. Professional - AESCO has four (4) registered engineers on staff who oversee and perform environmental engineering and geotechnical engineering.  AESCO employees are experienced professionals at all levels.
  4. Safety - AESCO keeps its environmental staff up to date with 40 hour HAZWOPER and 8-hour HAZWOPER refreshers.  AESCO adheres to a strict Safety First philosophy.
  5. Laboratory - Our laboratory is DSA, Caltrans and City of Los Angeles certified and is a member of the Independent Assurance Program with ISO, Caltrans, CCRL, AASHTO, and AMRL.
  6. Clients - AESCO has been retained for short and long term (on-call) contracts by the following entities: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Costa Mesa, Inglewood, Long Beach Water Department, Diamond Bar, Lakewood, Huntington Beach, Lynwood, Riverside, Buena Park, Irvine, Santa Ana, the Los Angeles Unified School District, Alhambra School District, Long Beach Community College District, Mountain View School District, and Covina Unified School District, SANBAG, Caltrans, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (LA Metro), and Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) .