EYP Mission Critical Facilities®, Inc.(EYP MCF) is offering its clients affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita a pro bono consultation or visit to develop an action plan for resuming their facilities' mission critical operations and to prepare for operational continuity in the event of future unforeseen circumstances, including major natural disasters and failure of the power grid.

Headquartered in New York, EYP MCF (www.eypmcf.com) is an internationally recognized thought leader providing consulting, design, testing, commissioning and operational support services to businesses known as ‘mission critical facilities'- those whose successful operation is dependent upon 24/7/365 uninterruptible power.

For these private and public sector facilities, minutes or even seconds of downtime caused by power interruptions can result in millions of lost revenues, life- threatening situations or catastrophic political events.

"We believe this commitment to help our clients resume critical operations after this terrible tragedy underscores our core corporate value of providing exceptional client services," said Steve Einhorn, EYP MCF's chairman and president.

EYP MCF provides integrated system testing, power quality investigations, emergency failure analysis, emergency procedure consulting and risk assessments to ensure its clients keep their critical facilities fully operational 24/7/365. Past and current clients include 18 of the top 20 U.S. financial institutions; major telecommunications, broadcast, insurance, pharmaceutical and health care companies; and many government entities.

The consulting engineering firm has also matched its staff's personal charitable contributions to the American Red Cross.