EHS Technologies is a small business, headquartered in Moorestown, NJ. Founded in 1996, EHS has significant experience providing top tier engineering, IT, cybersecurity, logistics, infrastructure and environmental support services. With over 100 employees, EHS supports all components of the DoD with specific emphasis on the Department of the Navy. EHS is positioned to provide responsive support to our customers. We have satellite offices in Philadelphia PA and Indian Head MD supporting NSWCPD and NSWCIH & the EOD Tech Division. Additionally, we actively support the Joint Base Maguire- Dix – Lakehurst and Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey. We have a long history of legacy support to the Army’s PEO/STRI command in Orlando and maintain a presence in FL as well. With our diverse client base, repeated business requests from our existing clients and the growth of new clientele, EHS conducted approximately $18 million of business in fiscal year 2021 and is poised for growth in 2022 and beyond.
EHS is a leader in providing world-class IT services and solutions to government, military and commercial organizations.
Integrated Logistics Support
EHS Technologies provides timely Engineering Operating Sequencing Systems (EOSS) support.
EHS Technologies understands the interrelationships between an installation’s mission and its environmental responsibilities.
Our Specialized Capabilities
|Superior Program Management
|Information Technology solutions
|Warehouse Management Services
|Environmental Support Services
|Design and production of Technology-based systems
|Modeling, Training and Simulation Support Services
|Communications products and services including strategic planning and marketing materials
|Environmental Consulting Services related to environmental compliance, and assessment programs
|GIS – Mobile Instrumentation Training Systems for non US Militaries
EHS team members recently recognized in JBMDL Team Spotlight- When a fire broke out on the roof of building 678, EHS site-operations team members (Tracy Jarvis, Jimmy Mindnich, Greg Shadman, and Doug White) of the Security, Safety, and Facilities teams for NAWCAD Joint Base McGuire, Dix, Lakehurst (JBMDL) sprang into action. Solar panels on the roof of building 678 caused a fire, flooding and power outage that required the team to handle the situation with skill and quick thinking.
The physical security team provided crucial communication to the Incident Commander, Lakehurst Police, and JBMDL. As members of the JBMDL Safety team, staff members helped to ensure a safe evacuation, and facilities team members coordinated efforts with other facilities and the local fire department. The Emergency Management Lead coordinated on-site efforts while documenting the event.