With 300+ employees, ECS continues to grow by winning contracts based on our ability to attract and retain the best and providing great service to all our clients. Our reputation for ability and agility is known throughout the FAA's numerous organization and laboratories.

Our outstanding past performance rooted in our FAA experience in multiple Air Traffic domains, provided us the expertise to be awarded the FAA's Systems Engineering 2025 Research and Mission Analysis (SE2025) contract to assist the FAA in transforming the country's National Airspace System (NAS) through the implementation of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) and related FAA Programs.

We established the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) to reward eligible employees for long and loyal service by providing them with retirement benefits.

The 2000s

ECS acquires JVN Communications, Inc. providing engineering services and simulator development to test Air Traffic Control systems, specializing in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), military, and international civil aviation facilities applications as a fully owned subsidiary.

We are awarded the Multiple Area Support Services/Engineering Support Service Area Contract (MASS/ESSA), our first prime contract. We add our 100th employee quickly followed by the award of the Service Operational Support 8 (SOS-8) contract, as the prime and the SOS-7 contract as a sub-contractor.

ECS repeatedly appears on the INC 500/5000 fastest growing private companies in the United States and list as well as the 'Best Places to Work In NJ'.

The 1990s

ECS opened its doors in 1994 under the name of Engineering Consulting Service. The company was a one man operation operating out of the garage of Tony Curatolo when ECS received our first contract: Host Data Link and shortly after, Display System Replacement (DSR).

Chuck Wiemer, joined ECS amidst its rapid growth and expansion. We changed the company name to Enroute Computer Solutions, accompanying the name change, we added additional contracts including Oceanic, Host Oceanic Computer System Replacement (HOCSR) and Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS).