Our People Make Us Who We Are
ERC, a thriving small business, is an engineering and scientific services firm providing independent assessment support, IT support, and operations and maintenance support to US Department of Defense, NASA, and commercial clients.
We work in many areas of advanced military and space research & development
What Our People are Saying:
"I would like to personally thank you guys for all the help in trying to find us a place to stay if we have to evacuate … thanks from all of us at Stennis, it is great to know that I work for a company that cares."
Jody Ladner, ERC TOC Group
"In my 25 years I have seen the companies come and go… I want you to know that I, for one, think ERC has been one of the best, if not the best, Flight Test has had."
Barry Chandler, ERC FTD Group
"Just wanted to say thanks for the 20 years-of-service award I received last week.
I appreciate you expending the effort to develop this awards program, and also for taking the time to present me with the Certificate and Swiss Army Watch. What an awesome way to be recognized for service on this contract!… I can't think of a better place to work."
Larry Beggs, ERC FTD Group
Joey Bordeleau: A Spirit of Giving “Evangelize, equip, empower, and encourage.” – Goal of Haitian Christian Outreach. The goal of the Haitian Christian Outreach (HCO) program is easy to grasp, but impossible to accomplish were it not for the volunteer spirit of individuals such as ERC’s Joey Bordeleau. The University of South Alabama graduate, who joined TOSC in July 2013, has made a positive impact to his peers as an electrical engineer, but it’s what he did during his summer “vacation” that resonates deeply within those who know him. For one week in July, the Cocoa Beach resident helped upgrade a medical center – in storm-ravaged Haiti. In sweltering conditions.…
August 21, 2015 CONTRACT RELEASE C15-031 NASA Awards Contract for Engineering, Trades Support Services NASA has selected Aerie Aerospace LLC of Huntsville, Alabama to provide engineering technicians and trades support services at the Marshall Space Flight Center, also in Huntsville, and Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. The contract begins on Oct. 1 with a one-year base period, followed by four one-year options. The performance-based, cost-plus-award-fee, mission services contract with an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) portion has a mission services value of $146 million and a maximum IDIQ order quantity value of $100 million, if all options are exercised to include a six-month continuity of services extension, if needed.…
Recently, Jason Eldridge, one of our ESSSA employees who works at Marshall Space Flight Center, won an Innovation Award for the Materials and Processes Laboratory. Jason’s job is to use ultrasonic technology to inspect for any defects in welds on test articles that pass through the Center. An issue he has encountered in using the ultrasonic scan is that he must have water in between the ultrasonic device and the area he is inspecting (ultrasonic scans do not like and air between the scanner and the article being tested). The pictures below show a basic setup when they are performing Phased Array Ultrasonic Test (PAUT) inspections in the field. The picture below is a…