Your system. Our expertise. Right solution.
- A leader in providing innovative, cost effective solutions for process automation and control system challenges.
- 100+ employees providing system integration services & support.
- Offices in seven locations, providing support regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Reputation says it all.
- Project completion means your system is performing to specification and full as-built documentation has been delivered.
- Most customers come back for additional control systems integration projects and long-term support.
- Repeatedly recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing privately held companies.
Expertise and experience that matter.
- Highly experienced, degreed engineers work on your projects.
- Unique blend of talent — chemical, electrical, mechanical, as well as computer sciences.
- Unsurpassed employee retention, providing in-project and project-to-project continuity.
Support when you need it.
Nine days before Thanksgiving, a Fortune 100 company called an ACE Project Manager at home to see if we could supply engineers to assist with a loop checkout following a Katrina rebuild. They needed five, but were concerned that ACE could only supply one or two. Less than 36 hours later, ACE delivered five experienced process control engineers on site, working straight through the weekend to get the job done.
With offices in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Texas, Maryland, and Delaware, we have the support where you need it, when you need it.
In August, the Foxboro Migration Solutions Van visited ACE’s Delaware Valley office. The van houses I/O migration solutions for most DCS legacy control systems and a Foxboro I/A workstation.
In August, ACE’s Devon MacNeill and Bob Woolard traveled to Curacao. While on the island, they provided validation services for a medical devices manufacturer and got the chance to explore.
In October, ACE’s Kevin Martinez participated in the 2014 Samuel Adams National Stein Hoisting Competition. Kevin was the men’s winner at his local liquor store and invited to the finals.