2006 – ERC is competitively awarded the nine-year Research in Propulsion Sciences 2 contract to support the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Propulsion Directorate at Edwards Air Force Base, California. This is the follow-on contract to ERC’s Research in Propulsion Sciences contract awarded in 1998. ERC’s support on RPS-2 includes scientific and engineering research as well as development and testing related to rocket propulsion.
ERC is competitively selected by Jacobs Sverdrup (JS) to support Johnson Space Center’s White Sands Test Facility’s Test and Evaluation Contract.
2005 – ERC receives the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Region 4 Sub-Prime Contractor of the Year Award.
ERC is competitively selected by Jacobs Sverdrup (JS) to support Johnson Space Center’s Engineering and Science Contract. Support involves engineering and technical support including a broad range of activities in the Engineering Directorate and the Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science Office.
ERC is competitively awarded the Technical Support for Propulsion and Structures Directorate contract. This contract is a follow-on to two previously ERC held contracts.
ERC is competitively selected by JS to continue our support to Marshall Space Flight Center’s Engineering, Science, and Technology Services Contract.
ERC receives the SBA’s Administrator’s Award for Excellence.
2004 – ERC receives NASA’s George M. Low Award.
ERC is competitively selected by Jacobs Sverdrup (JS) to support Stennis Space Center’s (SSC) Test Operations Contract. Support includes development, construction, and operation of test systems of various test programs at SSC as well as Marshall Space Flight Center.
ERC’s President/CEO, Dr. Ernest H. Wu, receives the Asian Entrepreneur of the Year Award (Engineering Category) from Asian Enterprise Magazine.
ERC’s President/CEO, Dr. Ernest H. Wu, receives special recognition for his commitment to Oakwood College and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).
2003 – ERC is awarded Marshall Space Flight Center’s Contractor Excellence Award in the small business – service category.
ERC is competitively selected by Teledyne Brown Engineering (TBE) to support Marshall Space Flight Center’s calibration laboratory. Support involves all electrical and mechanical system calibration.
ERC is competitively awarded the follow-on contract to the 1998 award from the U.S. Army Redstone Technical Test Center (RTTC). The support includes missile component testing in laboratories and electromagnetic effects testing of missile and aircraft systems.
ERC receives SBA’s Administrator’s Award for Excellence.
ERC achieves annual revenue milestone of $50M in sales with 70% of sales from contracts with ERC as the prime contractor.
2002 – ERC is awarded a five-year contract with the U.S. Army Redstone Technical Test Center supporting the Firing Test Division. This contract consists of test, evaluation, and analysis support for aircraft mounted systems, missiles and warheads, and development of data acquisition and telemetry systems.
ERC competitively wins the follow-on contract to the 1998 award to support the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Commands Propulsion and Structures Directorate. Propulsion systems supported include solids, liquids, and gels.
2001 – ERC is competitively chosen by Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) to support the Jet Propulsion Laboratory with network engineering, network administration and system administration.
ERC was a part of the Jacobs Sverdrup team that received NASA’s “Software of the Year” award for work performed at Marshall Space Flight Center.
ERC is re-awarded a sole-source support contract to Marshall Space Flight Center to support the Reusable Solid Rocket Motor Project Office.
2000 – ERC acquired heavy construction assets. The new commercial division, Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC), specializes in engineering design and construction services.
Designated by U. S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research as Year 2000 "Star Team"
ERC begins work in system administration in Pasadena at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and in Denver at Lockheed Martin Astronautics under the Consolidated Space Operations Contract (CSOC) contract awarded to Lockheed Martin by NASA.
ERC is competitively selected by Sverdrup Technology’s MSFC Group to support Marshall Space Flight Center in Advanced Space Transportation.
ERC is nominated for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award.
ERC, Incorporated offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package to include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, 401k, Flexible Spending Accounts, and Tuition Reimbursement.
The team of Jacobs Sverdrup (JS), ERC, Barrios Technology, Ltd., GeoControl Systems, Hamilton Sundstrand Management Services Inc. and Muniz Engineering Inc. won the Engineering & Science Contract (ESC) at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. The addition of this contract will bring ERC’s total number of personnel up to approximately 600 employees.
ESC encompasses services including: engineering products and services for the International Space Station, Space Shuttle and other spacecraft flight programs; design, development, certification and production of hardware and software for NASA programs; operation and maintenance of on-site laboratories and facilities; curation of astromaterials collections; research of planetary materials for planetary missions, the Shuttle and Space Station programs; research and development for new technology; and technology transfer and institutional support services.
The team is scheduled to start working under the contract February 1, 2005. The ESC team will work in an integrated team under the guidance of JS, the prime contractor. ESC has a five-year performance period.
Since our founding in 1988, ERC has established a reputation of outstanding cost effective performance. ERC has successfully teamed with JS on several large, high-tech service contracts. We are excited that ESC aligns with our strengths and our history of technical excellence.
We guarantee customer satisfaction; we deliver requisite quality products and services, on time, and within budget. We partner with our customers so that their goals become our ultimate goals.
ERC assures its customers of:
Integrity – We are committed to ethical and honest standards in all our work.
Quality – We are committed to quality in everything we do.
Continuous Improvement – We are committed to continually improve our standard of work. Our employees are responsible for improving their work process and alerting management when hindrances to quality improvement exist.
Competency and Competitiveness – We are committed to competency and competitiveness by having employees performing at their best. We provide training for our employees to keep them on the cutting edge of technology.
Responsiveness – We are committed to responding to customer needs in a timely fashion.
ERC, Incorporated is an equal opportunity employer