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E3 Consulting Corporation has been an industry leader in ergonomics and wellness consulting since 1996. We develop cost-effective, sustaining programs to improve employee comfort, health, and well being.
With a combined 75 years of experience among our staff, E3 Consulting is a leader in office ergonomics, design, wellness, and health. We provide our clients with customized ergonomic programs and wellness consulting to help improve the comfort and productivity in the workplace. These programs involve making adjustments to various aspects of the workplace to improve the well being and health of employees.
Our passion is helping our clients improve their health and well being as well as the health and well being of their workforce. Since E3 Consulting was founded in 1996, we have grown to work with some of the top corporations in the country. By providing customized solutions for office ergonomics, wellness, design, and health, we have become an industry leader in our field. No matter your business’s size or needs, we can create solutions to fit within your budget and company culture.
Our name says it all: Ergonomics Equals Excellence (E3). Let us help you create an excellent work environment through ergonomics and wellness consulting.
Dallas is a bustling metropolis located in northern Texas just 35 miles east of Fort Worth, 245 miles northwest of Houston and 300 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico. It has a population of 1.3 million people, making it the 9th largest city in The United States. It covers a total area of 385.8 square miles and consists of many different neighborhoods. The city of Dallas is home to many areas, neighborhoods, and communities. Dallas can be divided into several geographical areas which include larger geographical sections of territory including many subdivisions or neighborhoods, forming macro neighborhoods. Dallas offers DART ( Dallas Area Rapid Transit) with many different colored train lines that transport throughout the metropolis.
Dallas was originally founded in 1841 and was developed due to the construction of major railroad lines through the area allowing access to cotton, cattle and later oil in North and East Texas. Quickly Dallas became a business and trading center due to the construction of it’s railroads. This attracted workers from all parts of the MidWest. In 1909 the Praetorian Building was built. Reaching 15 stories, it was the first skyscraper west of the Mississippi and stood as the tallest building in Texas for quite some time. Modern day Dallas is now home to many Fortune 500 companies, some of which include Exxon Mobil, JCPenney, AT&T, Texas Instruments, Southwest Airlines, Radioshack and Dean Foods.
Dallas also boasts many professional sports teams, which include the Dallas Mavericks and the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas also offers other popular entertainment such as the Dallas Museum of Art and the Crow Collection of Asian Art. The city is also known for its cultural activities, including opera, musicals, ballet and symphony concerts. These can be viewed at the Kalita Humphreys Theater which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. You can also visit the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza. You can find it near the spot where president John F. Kennedy was assassinated, on the Sixth Floor Museum located in the building facing the plaza from which the assassin shot. The best time to visit Dallas is during Spring (March - May) and the fall (September - November), when average highs are no more than 78 degrees and the lowest rarely goes lower than 59 degrees. The climate is humid subtropical. This makes Dallas’s summers very hot and humid.