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EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc. Company Profile

16:04 EDT 23rd June 2018 | BioPortfolio

EA's mission is to develop fully integrated, multidisciplinary solutions for our global clients. A client-centered firm, we have worked hard to earn our reputation for technical excellence and responsive service. Having completed more than 90,000 projects, EA continues to expand service offerings to meet today's challenges. With our wide breadth of capabilities, EA provides technical expertise that begins with project conceptualization through final construction and continues with long-term operations and maintenance.
EA has nearly 400 employees and a network of 19 offices across the nation, including Alaska and Hawaii. Through the development of cost-effective and innovative strategies, we support our government's mission to provide vital services to its citizens and create practical solutions that help our private clients achieve their business goals. EA's standard of excellence is to consistently provide our clients with the highest level of technical competence, strong project management, worksite safety, quality control, and financial accountability.

Location

11019 McCormick Road
Hunt Valley
Maryland
21031
United States of America

Contact

Phone: 410-584-7000
Fax: 410-771-1625
Email: info@eaest.com


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