Our strategy is our commitment to making sure our clients’ facilities and systems stay on and maintain availability, especially when it is critical. In mission-critical applications, this focus takes precedent over every other design consideration. At an E-911 center or a hospital, it can be the difference between life and death. For a corporation depending on its IT and communication systems to conduct business, it can be the difference in thousands or millions of dollars in lost productivity and/or revenue. That’s why we go the extra mile, and why our in-house design standards and review process set the bar for quality.
What’s the story behind the Puckett Engineering logo? It was inspired by a photo of the legendary inventor and engineer Nikola Tesla seated in front of the spiral coil of his high-frequency transformer at East Houston Street, New York. An array of lines radiating from a point, creating a circular pattern, can be seen on the coil. Tesla is acknowledged as the father of alternating current as well as one of science’s most farsighted and complex geniuses.
In addition to the association with Tesla, the symbol represents the multiple capabilities and attributes of Puckett Engineering, focused on a single point. This focal point is the critical difference between off and on. It’s what motivates us in our relentless pursuit of solutions that work.