To provide fast,
& accurate services.
To prepare and complete a
project that is fully designed, easy to read and understand, be cost
effective and earn approval by all governmental agencies having
jurisdiction and attain complete customer satisfaction.
- To communicate well, and extend beyond the line of duty to
fulfill our obligations.
- To uphold the highest integrity, protect your interests and
- To honor our agreements and our fees.
FM LLC is a Civil, Structural Engineering Company (services company) for
various engineering applications. Founded initially in 1991, later incorporated in 2003, the
mission of this company has been to provide quality engineering services at
affordable prices. Critical applications asks for quick and decisive
solutions, backed with expertise and experience.
Our engineers have been providing high-level analysis of the projects with
complete understanding of the objectives of the clients. We have served
some of the big names in the industry including- Gulf Cost Testing Lab, City
of Pinellas Park, Northside Engineering Services Inc., Engineering &
Applied Science Inc. and many more
are located in New Tampa, close to I-75 and Bruce B. Downs Blvd (near USF).
This is a prime location that enable us to serve our clients with more
efficiency and allow us to provide quick services on low overhead cost
basis. At Soney FM LLC, we meet the specific requirement of the clients
by providing them with engineering services at a personalized
level but with a professional approach.
The Company is qualified for Bridge Inspections and Load rating calculations for Fdot and in sevral Florida counties .
The company's engineering services well conforms to the
standards laid down by several International Organizations such as:
- INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE
- OTHERS AS REQUIRED
Dr. Ram Goel, Ph.D, with more than 40
years of experience in Professional Engineering Services, has been an
inspiration behind the success of the company. He is Professional
Engineering License holder of several states such as Florida, Georgia,
South Carolina, New York, Nevada, Michigan and
Tennessee. He is a Fellow of American Society of Civil Engineers, Member
of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASHRAE, ASSE. He is Member
of several Codes and Standards Committees of ASCE.
With so much of involvement in the engineering field, he has acquired
expertise in Design & Drawing of structures, foundations, Site
Permitting, Geotechnical Reports, Supervising Construction, QA/QC,
Contract, Schedule, Estimate, forensic investigation, signing &
sealing material test reports. For his efforts and contribution to the
field of engineering, he has been awarded with "Hind
Rattan" a prestigious award for Non-Resident Indians.
Miles of white sandy beaches. An average
annual temperature that hovers around 70 degrees. Fantastic arts and
recreation options from Pensacola to Key West. It's not hard to come up with
reasons why Florida is such a popular place to live. One of the fastest
growing states in the nation over the past 50 years, the Sunshine State is a
diverse mix of popular resort destinations, cities with strong international
ties and intriguing stretches of untouched wetlands.
The majority of Florida's land is a
peninsula that separates the Atlantic from the Gulf of Mexico. The peninsula
has an average width of around 125 miles and ends at the Florida Keyes, a
curving chain of small islands terminating in Key West. The Atlantic coast
of the peninsula features some of the most picturesque beaches in the
nation, while much of the coastline along the Gulf of Mexico is made up of
mangrove swamps and saltwater marshes. Most of the peninsula's largest
cities can be found along the coastline.
The northern section of the state is known as the panhandle, an east-west
strip of land running for some 200 miles alongside the Gulf of Mexico. The
interior of the panhandle is characterized by long stretches of salt marshes
and pine forests. As the panhandle blends into the northeastern section of
the peninsula, the land begins to feature low hills and numerous lakes. 12
international airports, 14 deepwater ports and over 120,000 miles of highway
make Florida easily accessible.
Jacksonville is the most populous city in
the state and the most important city in northern Florida. The city is an
important Atlantic seaport as well as a center for the financial and
Miami is best known for its hot beaches and sizzling nightlife, but the
city is also an important manufacturing and commercial center as well as a
hub for many of Florida's Hispanic communities.
Orlando is the state's major recreation destination, home to Disney World
and a slew of other theme parks. Orlando is also heavily tied to the citrus
industry and many high tech companies related to the space program at Cape
Canaveral in the east.
The Tampa-St.Petersburg-Clearwater area is the largest metropolitan complex
on Florida's Gulf Coast. The deep waters of Tampa Bay make it one of the
state's most important shipping centers. That is where most of Soney FM, LLC's
services are provided.