Our thanks to Harpursville and Ripley Central School Districts for allowing us to deliver Comprehensive Technology Reports and Plans in the Second Quarter of 2023. A Comprehensive Technology Reports and Plan from ML Professional Services—including Archi-Technology—includes three key components:
From Albion to Whitesboro, public school districts across upstate New York have trusted Archi-Technology, LLC for objective technology planning services including Technology Conditions Surveys, Telecom Room Master Plans, and 10-Year Comprehensive Technology Roadmaps.
Some of the largest districts in the State—and some of the smallest—have relied on us to optimize available funding and get everyone on the same planning page (literally).
View a PDF map and list of our NYS school district clients.
Archi-Technology has been providing Technology Conditions Surveys (TCS) services to upstate NY School Districts since 2015. We examine every district buildings to objectively assess current technology conditions, document recommended improvements, and estimate the rough cost of the improvements.
Systems surveyed include infrastructure (cables, pathways, and spaces), Communications (PA, Master Clock), Security, and Instructional (Classroom), as well as computing devices and related software and support.
See just how many square feet we've surveyed for 40+ districts with total recommended improvement estimated costs of more than $300,000,000. View infographic PDF.
School districts across upstate NY have been giving rave reviews to the new Anytown CSD Comprehensive Technology Report and Plan format includes a number of important improvements over the previous version:
> View a 50-page sample of the new Comprehensive Technology Report and Plan format in PDF format.
> Contact us to schedule a no-obligation onsite or remote meeting.
CoSers. GEER. LEAs. E-Rate. SSBA. SSIPs. CIPs. BOCES.
With myriad funding sources and purchasing paths available to school districts—including billions of dollars in new COVID relief legislation—optimizing the alphabet soup of available resources for specific technology projects can be challenging for districts and vendors.
That's just one of the reasons why there couldn’t be a better time to welcome Mark Cazer to Archi-Technology as a Technology Consultant/ Funding Specialist.
Mark brings more than 30 years of school district experience to the firm including teaching, technology systems management, and, most recently, as Project Coordinator for NYS’s EduTech Regional Information Center (RIC).
He has intimate knowledge and experience with school district procedures, business functions, personnel, and hardware and software needs. As the liaison to (19) EduTech component districts, Mark guided his accounts with clear and concise communication, and regular coordination between the RIC’s technical, software support, and business teams as complex technologies were implemented at school districts.
Technology projects for which Mark has had an active role include VMware server solutions, network systems upgrades and redesigns, financial systems, and student information systems.
Please join us in welcoming Mark to the firm. Learn more about the rest of our team and find free resources for K12 comprehensive technology planning on our website.
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Archi-Technology works with upstate NY school districts to fundamentally improve the way technology infrastructure and IP-connected building systems are planned, constructed, and maintained.
It all starts with a Technology Conditions Survey (TCS) that examines every square foot of a district's facilities to objectively assess current conditions and recommend improvements.
Since 2015, we've performed our surveys on more than 14 million sq. ft. of school building floor space; that's equal to about 793 football fields! View our new TCS Stats infographic PDF for more fun facts.
If your district has an upcoming Building Conditions Survey, please contact us to see how you can add a TCS at no cost to the district.
While Central New York State might not get a lot of visible sunlight in mid-February, Syracuse University is taking advantage of the sunshine it does receive throughout the year as part of its campus sustainability program.
During a recent renovation project at Schine Student Center, SU installed photovoltaic (PV) panels last summer which started generating power in October 2020. The project was design by SU’s Campus Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) engineering team with input from staff members at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
According to the University, the Schine Center’s 139 panels have a capacity of 50 kw and are expected to generate 66,000 kWh per year.
Archi-Technology provided Technology Construction Management services for the installation of required network infrastructure connections from the rooftop solar panels to the University’s energy management IP-connected systems.
Our thanks to our project manager Richard Ladd for his contributions to this green project.
> Read more about the project at SU’s STEM blog post.
Established in 1996, we specialize in facility technology infrastructure as well as IP-based building systems such as Communications, Security, and Instructional (Classroom).