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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.
Our team members are experts in ergonomics, which is the study of how workers interact with their work environments. We provide our clients with customized ergonomic programs and wellness consulting to help them 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.
Over the past couple of decades, we have grown to become an industry leader in office ergonomics, design, health, and wellness. Our clients range from small, local businesses to some of the top corporations in the country. No matter what your business’s size, we create solutions that meet the needs of your employees, 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.
Fort Worth was founded in 1849. It was originally an Army outpost located on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River in Northern Texas. It covers nearly 350 square miles and stretches into four other counties, which include Denton, Parker, Wise and Johnson. Fort Worth’s population is 927,720, making it the 12th largest city in The United States and the 5th largest city in the state of Texas. It is part of the Dallas - Fort Worth - Arlington area, which is the 4th most populated metropolitan area in The United States. Since 2000 Fort Worth has rapidly more than doubled its population, making it one of the fastest growing cities in The United States.
Downtown Fort Worth is known for its Art Deco-style buildings. The Tarrant County Courthouse was created during the American Beaux Arts design, which was modeled after the Texas State Capitol building. Most of the structures around Downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square have preserved their early 20th-century façades. Multiple blocks surrounding Sundance Square are illuminated at night in Christmas lights year-round, creating an inviting atmosphere for visitors.
The best time to visit Fort Worth is in the early spring or fall, ideally August through October. At these times of year, temperatures are pleasant and humidity is low. The least humid month is August (49.2% relative humidity), and the most humid month is May (59.2%). Wind in Fort Worth is usually moderate. The windiest month is March, followed by April and June. When visiting during the fall, there are plenty of activities for visitors, both indoor and outdoors. Some fun activities include: