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ELK Engineering Associates, Inc. Corporate Headquarters, Fort Worth, TX

ELK Engineering Associates, Inc. Corporate Headquarters - Fort Worth, TX

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Light Rail Transit QA and Testing

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Electrical Generating Grounding and Corrosion Control

Water Transmission Grounding and Corrosion Control

Water Transmission Grounding and Corrosion Control

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Induced AC study on collocated Rights-of-Way

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SERVICES

While we are best known for our Corrosion Engineering and Electrical Grounding Services, our associates have widely varied backgrounds in both science and engineering. These dual disciplines enable us to work in many industries, providing practical solutions to today’s engineering challenges.

PRODUCTS

You don’t need a big warehouse. We either stock or have immediate resources for an extensive selection of Cathodic Protection products, whether for construction or for testing. We can even negotiate rentals for your short-term needs.

LOCATION

Our location in the Dallas/Fort Worth area puts us within a couple of hours of either coast and gives us direct flights to most major cities in the Western hemisphere.

COMPANY AND INDUSTRY NEWS
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US Navy to push for low-cost upgrades to Oahu fuel tanks September 19, 2018 - In a deal with the Environmental Protection Agency and the state Department of Health, the Navy agreed to examine options to improve tank safety after 27,000 gallons (10,200 liters) of fuel leaked at the facility in 2014. The EPA and Read More

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