“We provide our customers a one-stop-shop where we manufacture parts, repair, and test shipboard hardening devices and also design and fabricate custom parts based on the requirements provided by the clients.” says Mike. With extensive expertise in high-altitude electromagnetic pulse testing, E.S. offers solutions for protecting buildings, vessels, and equipment from unwanted interference, for both government and commercial entities. The company also executes other electromagnetic environment effects (E3) testing in a customized manner as well as builds newly engineered material. Travis Vibbert, VP of E.S., ensures that the E.S. team works through a projects logistical challenges to find specialized equipment required and also ensures that the test personnel and test systems deliver consistent performance.
With over three decades of expertise in RDT&E operations, E.S. provides engineering and technical consultation for electronic platforms and systems to work hand in hand with Program management, field engineers, data personnel, and stakeholders. By implementing practical solutions and conducting hands-on testing, E.S. takes the unknowns out of the equation through sound project management, test conduct, data acquisition and analysis, and project administration. This enables organizations to stay mission capable and unharmed from EMP threats or any other electromagnetic disturbances. Additionally, E.S. has years of experience in maintaining and servicing testing capabilities and delivers services such as, planning, field mapping, experimental design and implementation, laboratory logistics, and reporting. The company’s research laboratory and safety services monitor and provide directions to ensure the safe and secure adherence of regulations and policies in laboratories. Since E.S. is a service-disabled veteran-owned business (SDVOB), the company leverages the knowledge and expertise of the defense industry which gives them a competitive advantage as they are well aware of the needs of both government and commercial sector.
Furthermore, the company believes that well-trained, competent, satisfied employees lead to better outcomes and thus follow the profit-sharing model. With such a holistic business model, E.S. has grown tremendously in the last few years. Looking ahead, the company is planning to introduce EMP/EMI maintenance services for Naval Fleets into its portfolio. E.S. is well aware of the problems with EMI, E.S. continually looks forward to protecting the mission commanders and the war fighters with comprehensive solutions. “Our approach of growth is to step into the space that is void and use our expertise to provide project management, engineering, manufacturing, and testing capabilities that meet the need of our customers,” concludes Mike.