Structural engineering company joins Purdue Research Park

October 5, 2015  


WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., and BLACKSBURG, Va. - Engineering firms and manufacturers in the metal industry could benefit from the services of NBM Technologies Inc., a structural engineering technology company that is now a tenant in the Purdue Research Park.

"My colleagues and I can help clients bring a new product to market, improve the efficiency of how they design, and explore new ways to analyze and use their products," said Vahid Meimand, senior engineer for NBM Technologies.

Meimand also said the company is able to help its clients find out about new innovations coming out of academia research.

"NBM Technologies has access to advanced state-of-the-art tools through our close connection to academia," he said. "We also set ourselves apart with our world-renowned experts, our dedication to improve industry standards and our ability to see the bigger picture."

The Blacksburg, Virginia-based company also serves clients in the aluminum and railroad industries.

"We look forward to a long-lasting relationship with the Purdue Research Park and assisting companies that can benefit from our services," he said. "We also are excited about the services provided at the Purdue Research Park and its professional environment."

About NBM Technologies Inc.

NBM Technologies is tackling some of the world's biggest structural engineering industry challenges. We're highly selective about the work we choose to do, focusing on construction product studies to whole building analysis and design, code certification to high fidelity earthquake simulations. It makes us a stronger, more thoughtful partner on the projects we do take on. 

Writer: Jared Andrews

Purdue Research Park contact: Steve Martin, 765-588-3342, sgmartin@prf.org

Source: Vahid Meimand, 410-804-3568, vahidzm@nbmtech.com 

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