Lanik-EAS, LLC. is a licensed engineering firm, and has distinguished itself as a leader in the field of structural systems development.
Our Team of engineers and designers work directly with professionals during all stages of a project. As your first choice solution in asset management, you can be assured we will provide all necessary data to make a sound, economic decision about the design, manufacture and assembly phase of your next project. Our exclusive patented systems, trademarked the ORTZ- and SEO-Systems are thoroughly tested, having a proven track record. Both systems consist of steel tubular bars and spherical node assemblies designed specifically for your project.
The versatility of the structural solutions provided by our systems make them the ideal choice for even the most elaborate long span cladding systems.
These systems have been used in many applications, such as sports halls or arenas, auditoriums, convention centers, industrial parks, shopping malls, stadiums, airport hangars, helipad and heliport, as well as vertiports and commercial building applications.
We offer turnkey design, fabrication, and installation of Innovative Three Dimensional Structures, Single Layer Structural Glazing Systems combined with space frame structures, Curtain walls, Custom Canopies & Structures, Architectural Skylights and other Architectural Components, Green products such as Louvres, Sun Shades, and Interior & Exterior Metal Cladding systems. Lanik-EAS has state of the art automated manufacturing facilities.
Our offices are located in GA, OH, TN & San Sebastian, Spain providing services throughout the US and Canada. For inquiries in other countries please contact us. As a fully licensed engineering firm, we provide custom details on a site-specific basis and can supply stamped plans facilitating coordination and integration into site architectural sets. Lanik-EAS has Professional Engineers (PE's) on staff and has full structural software capabilities in house. Our unique ability to incorporate custom design elements on new construction projects or to retrofit existing facilities can reduce design construction costs.