EMA, Inc.

Year Founded:1975
Annual Revenue:$25-50 million
Listing Last Updated:7/20/2016

Contact Information
Name:Sales
Address:   
1970 Oakcrest Avenue
Suite 300
St. PaulMN 55113-2624 United States
Phone:(651) 639-5600
Fax:(651) 639-5730
Email:info@ema-inc.com
Website:www.ema-inc.com

Industries Served
automation/controlutilitieswater/wastewaterenergy--generalmunicipalities
processingmanufacturing--general

Areas Served
AK-WA-OR-CA-HIAR-LA-OK-TXCanadaDE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CT
MT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NVNY-NJ-PAOH-IN-IL-MI-WIKY-TN-AL-MSMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KS

Engineering Specialties
project managementproject planningwater/wastewaterautomation--generalinformation systems
instr/data acquisitionsafety/security systemsutilitiesCAD/documentationcomputer software
energy managementfactory automationmotors/motion controlnetworking/commplant/facilities engr
power systems engrprocess controlprocess engineeringsupervisory controlsystems engineering

Professional Affiliations
ACECAWWAWEFIEEEIMS/IEEE
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AWMA bCASA/SMECSIACSS/IEEEEEMI
IAS/IEEEIIE aISCC/MHIAMCAASPC
SWE

Corporate Resume
EMA, Inc., which employs approximately 150 people, is one of the largest consulting firms in the United States specializing in utility automation. Their well-rounded staff members hold advanced degrees in information technology; electrical, chemical, environmental, civil, and mechanical engineering; as well as physics, mathematics, business administration, and management. EMA provides custom automated solutions to help overcome major challenges including population growth, limited budgets, and stringent environmental regulations. EMA helps clients analyze specific information needs and design/implement hardware and software solutions that best fit their requirements. EMA designs and implements automated systems for the following applications: new controls, instrumentation, and information systems for new and existing plants or plant expansions; upgrading and improving existing computer based systems by replacing hardware, updating software, or integrating stand alone systems; replacing automated systems and equipment that are obsolete; and developing strategic computerization plans to guide long-term automation needs.