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September 12, 2012

ENSCO to equip Amtrak

The TrackIT Track Chart Management System hosts Amtrak’s official track charts and provides them as high-quality PDF digital copies or hard copies. It allows for easy updates to track chart information by loading Amtrak’s in-house asset database data on the application server, which updates the electronic track chart records.


January 5, 2012

ENSCO initiates corporate restructuring

To benefit the company's worldwide, rail engineering products and services business, the company formed a wholly owned subsidiary, ENSCO Rail Inc., which is also headquartered in Falls Church, Va.


August 12, 2010

ENSCO wins $24M FRA contract

Will perform engineering and operations services to support the development and application of advanced research and technologies for enhanced rail safety.


March 23, 2010

ENSCO to supply D.C. Metro with track inspection

Will allow Metro to conduct more comprehensive and frequent track inspections throughout the entire 106-mile Metrorail system during the day and when the system is closed.


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