Florida-based Emergency Communications Network (ECN), North America’s largest provider of emergency notification systems, has relocated to a new corporate headquarters located at the Reflections 1 office building at 780 W. Granada Boulevard in Ormond Beach, Fla. ECN purchased the building in August 2013 and plans to occupy the top two stories of the building, while leasing out the first floor of the building to tenants.
The move from the Airport Business Park in Ormond Beach allows ECN to continue its strategic growth initiatives, including aggressive hiring plans to support the growing number of government agencies and business organizations it serves across the United States and internationally. The relocation was conducted in phases to ensure no interruption to services or support.
Over the past several months, ECN added full facility backup power and completed extensive interior renovations, adding break rooms, expanding office space and demolishing walls to allow more natural light and provide each staff member outside views from his or her work space. Flat screen televisions throughout the facility will allow ECN staff to proactively monitor national events of significance and stay informed of company-wide updates.
High level security was also installed. The Reflections 1 building is now only accessible to authorized staff and guests, including stairwells and elevators. Television monitors and security cameras help staff identify presence around entryways and stairwells.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be in our new home. We are extremely proud of our new headquarters right in the heart of Ormond Beach and we look forward to the extra space it provides as we continue to grow,” said Alan Epstein, VP Operations at ECN.
ECN has already added 14 staff members this year and is still accepting applications for software developers, sales representatives and client support representatives. All positions are full time and include benefits. To learn more about open positions or to apply, visit onsolve.com.