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Ergonomic Consulting in Houston

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.

The study of ergonomics involves looking at how workers interact with their job environments. Our Ergonomic programs and consulting are designed to improve the well being and comfort of employees, through improvements in the workplace.

For the past couple of decades, we have been helping our clients improve the health and well being of their employees. We have grown from humble beginnings to working with some of the top companies in the country. This growth has helped us become an industry leader in office design, health, wellness, and ergonomics.

Our name says it all: Ergonomics Equals Excellence (E3). Let us help you create an excellent work environment through ergonomics and wellness consulting.


About Houston

Houston is a bustling city located in the state of Texas. Houston is Texas’s most populous city and the 4th most populous city in The United States. The Greater Houston Area is the 5th most populous metropolitan area in The United States. It has an estimated population of about 2,320,268 people and stretches across 637.4 square miles. This makes it the largest city in The United States by total area, whose government is not consolidated with a county, parish, or borough.

Most of Houston is on the gulf coastal plain, and its vegetation is classified as Western Gulf coastal grasslands while further north, it transitions into a subtropical jungle, known as the Big Thicket. Houston’s climate is considered to be humid subtropical. During the summer, temperatures reach or exceed 90 °F (32 °C) an average of 106.5 days per year, including a majority of these days being in June to September. Additionally, an average of 4.6 days per year reach or exceed 100 °F (37.8 °C). Houston’s humid subtropical climate results in a higher apparent temperature. Houston has mild winters, with occasional cold spells. Houston also receives plenty of rainfall, averaging about 49.8 in (1,260 mm) annually based on records between 1981 and 2010. Many parts of the city have a high risk of flooding due to flat topography. With its wet seasons and close location to the Gulf Coast, Houston has had many floods. Some of these notable floods include:

  • Tropical Storm Allison in 2001
  • Hurricane Harvey in 2017
  • Tropical Storm Imelda in in 2019
  • Tropical Storm Beta in 2020

Houston is also known for its energy industry, mostly for its oil and natural gas. With the oil industry being so successful in the area, Houston has become a leading center for building oilfield equipment. Much of its oil success is due to its busy ship channel, the Port of Houston. Renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, are also growing industries in the city. In 2006, the Houston metropolitan area ranked first in Texas and third in The United States in the category of "Best Places for Business and Careers" by Forbes magazine.