Extreme Endeavors is a highly-diverse small engineering group. We offer Engineering services, IT Support, Research and Technology Transformation. Most importantly, though, we provide the solution to a problem.
What we do was best described by one of our mining customers when they stated:
“Extreme Endeavors is not a consultant: they are a scientific research and engineering team that provides results. A consultant is someone who talks, charges you money, and never accomplishes anything. There is a big difference between Extreme Endeavors and a consultant.”
We take a customer's problem and develop a solution to that problem centered around technology. This problem sometimes involves a truly austere environment. However, we are given almost daily tasking by our customers that involves technology in a standard office or laboratory environment
One of the best ways to tell you what we do is to look at a standard work week as an Extreme Endeavors employee. On Monday you arrive to finish preparing a control system to be installed, wiring up the last connector. The rest of your day is spent laying out a printed circuit board for a sensor interface. On Tuesday you find yourself down in a culvert at a mine, installing a float system that adds chemicals to clean the water being discharged from the mine. Wednesday is spent in preparation for Thursday's work, where you rappel into Hellhole cave to replace sensors. On Friday a retirement home in the next city needs help with its computer systems, followed by a stop at the local Public Service District to help them diagnose the grounding problem that will not allow them to pump water.