“Capital budgeting is one of the most important areas of management decision making. This is because the conception, continuing existence and growth of a successful business enterprise are entirely dependent upon the selection and implementation of sound, productive investments.”
— R. I. Reul
In 1982, after working in construction and corporate engineering positions,
Richard Kobetz, P.E., formed Sunfield Engineering, Inc. with the goal of
providing engineering services tailored to the specific needs of client’s
engaged in the handling, processing and storage of dry bulk materials.
From his construction engineering background, he knew there were many
companies that needed impartial technical assistance in planning and
executing capital projects, but felt they could not afford their own engineer.
To make professional engineering accessible and affordable for every client,
Sunfield would focus on the economics of sound engineering decisions: Engineering should not only pay for itself, but should contribute to the
client’s bottom line.
Since opening, Sunfield has continuously served both family-owned
businesses and Fortune 500 companies across the United States,
Canada and in 10 countries.
Let’s discuss how Sunfield can make engineering pay and contribute to your bottom line.