ENSCO’s Rail Division Opens Office in Colorado Springs

ENSCO’s railway-focused business expanded the company’s Colorado presence with the addition of a new office in Colorado Springs last December.

The company said Friday its new office, located at the Alamo Building, will support research, cybersecurity, condition assessment and asset management activities under the railway business.

“We are excited to open this new office in Colorado Springs not only to enable ENSCO to better serve its West Coast client base, but also to facilitate close collaboration with our cybersecurity experts within the ENSCO Aerospace Division,” said Jeff Stevens, vice president of ENSCO Rail.

The new office’s opening complements operations of ENSCO’s aerospace division that also operates in Colorado.

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