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
On Friday, March 10th JSOG was recognized with the 2016 Gold Corporate Safety Achievement Award. The award was presented at the United Safety Council’s 64th Annual Safety Awards Banquet in Orlando. This award is presented to a company that has successfully developed and implemented proactive and innovative safety programs. Every year the competition for recognition gets stronger as organizations continuously improve their Safety Management System. In our category, a mid-sized company with 501-2000 employees the winners were: Gold – Jacobs Space Operations Group – Kennedy Space Center Silver –Abacus Technology Corporation – Kennedy Space Center Bronze – City of Melbourne The award was accepted by Jim LaRocque, Director of Safety…
This past Saturday, a group from the local chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) came together to support CARTS4HEARTS Adventure 5k: A loose parody of a famous Alaskan dog sled race. Replace the dogs with people and the sleds with shopping carts, add in team themes, costumes, contests and a food and fundraising drive for Huntsville’s Downtown Rescue Mission. AIAA collected food, clothing and money for the event, created an awesome space-themed shopping cart and landed in 2nd place! Several of our ERC ESSSA employees championed this effort, to include Tom Giel, Naveen Vetcha and Gilda Ham-Battista. Here are some pictures from the event: what fun!
Check out the latest issue of TRACKS, the bi-weekly newspaper published by the Anniston Army Depot. Go to page 4 to read about the important work our team from the CDP contract at Redstone Test Center is performing: https://www.anad.army.mil/PAO%20Tracks%20Articles/TR012617.pdf Be safe out there!