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    Consulting Engineers in Laconia


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    Business Listing   CONTINENTAL PLACER INC. - Laconia, NH - Phone: (603) 524-0811


    Business Listing   Rist-Frost Shumway Engineering PC - Laconia, NH - Phone: (603) 524-4647


    Business Listing   Selling T R Engineering PC - Laconia, NH - Phone: (603) 524-9321


    Business Listing   Sno Design of New Eng - Laconia, NH - Phone: (603) 524-4150


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    Helpful Definition for: Consulting Engineers


    Consulting engineers in Laconia typically work for themselves but may also be associated with a consulting firm. They, for a fee, give advice and provide services in their field of specialized knowledge and training. They can play a multi-faceted role, and function as advisors, fixers, bosses, generalists, stabilizers, listeners, specialists, catalysts, managers, or even quasi-employees. The underlying reasons that a consultant is hired are universal: when a company cannot fully justify bringing someone on board full time when in need of short-term technical expertise, it hires a consultant. A consultant is a viable alternative during the development stages of new products. He can deal directly with owners and upper management, thus providing an objective third-party view point. He is again a viable alternative in assisting in feasibility studies or in proposal preparation.

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