ECC is an employee-owned business founded in 1985 and recently named a 2013 Top Work Place in the Bay Area by the San Jose Mercury News and affiliated newspapers for the third consecutive year. Our mission is to provide high quality, comprehensive, and competitive design-build, construction, environmental remediation, energy, munitions response, and international development services to our clients worldwide.
As a Top 100 Defense construction and remediation contractor, ECC has demonstrated the technical and managerial breadth and expertise to complete a variety of large-scale, concurrent projects worldwide. Together with our clients, we’re constructing state-of-the-art facilities for our military, rebuilding war-torn regions, building capacity in underdeveloped nations, remediating the environment, and revitalizing communities after natural disasters.
Awards, commendations, and high industry ratings attest to our continuing success in serving the US Departments of Defense, Interior, State, and Transportation; US Agency for International Development; and other public and private customers worldwide. In relations founded on trust by delivering that to which we commit, ECC is often on the leading edge of innovative contracting opportunities pursued by our clients.
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Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jun 20, 2013
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