Frequently Asked Questions
What does Life Cycle Engineering do?
Life Cycle Engineering provides consulting, engineering, applied technology and education solutions that deliver lasting results for private industry, public entities, government organizations and the military. Since 1976, LCE has successfully implemented engineering, asset management, reliability, maintenance and information technology solutions worldwide by combining a staff of industry experts, unique and proven processes, and comprehensive education courses. Learn more about our Solutions & Services
What is LCE’s mission?
Life Cycle Engineering’s mission is to enable people and organizations to achieve their full potential. As a professional services firm our mission is focused on our clients’ people and organizations. It is our company’s cornerstone belief that we will not lead the industry in assisting our clients unless we also excel at helping our own people and teams reach their full potential.
Our business vision is shaped by this mission and influences both our short and long-term planning and decision-making. In every aspect of our business our actions always drive people and organizations to achieve their long-term performance capability (not solely their short-term profit or cost-cutting targets.)
What markets does LCE serve?
Life Cycle Engineering serves a variety of markets from private and public asset-intensive manufacturing plants and facilities to the U.S. Department of Defense, including all branches of the military, and other federal agencies. To learn more about some of the challenges we help our clients solve, please visit our Customer Success section.
What does the life cycle engineering concept refer to?
The term life cycle engineering refers to decision-making that embraces the concept of sustainable development of systems and business processes as part of continuous improvement. The life cycle approach provides the holistic view of how business and engineering decisions affect the occupational health and safety, environmental compliance, total cost of ownership and a myriad of other issues.
Life cycle engineering analyzes potential economic, environmental and technical impacts of products, services or processing methods over their whole life cycle. This multidimensional perspective ensures the consideration of all relevant factors.
Life cycle engineering provides the ability to:
- Detect risks and quantify risks
- Identify the significance of distinct life cycle issues
- Develop sustainable and innovative work processes
- Gain competitive advantages
- Contribute to ecological innovation and reduce overall environmental burdens.
The benefits of life cycle engineering include extended asset life, reduced environmental impact and cost savings.
Is LCE a public or private company?
LCE is privately owned.
How many employees does LCE have?
LCE employs more than 620 people. For information about career opportunities with LCE, please visit our Careers section.
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