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ASU Weatherup Center Arizona State University – Tempe, Arizona – Completion 2009

New Building and Practice Facility for the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Program: Voice/Data Distribution Design, Audiovisual Systems Design, and non-linear video editing suites for new Men’s / Women’s Basketball Training Complex. Design of conduit duct bank for copper and fiber connectivity from the Main Campus to the new Training Complex. The mixed utility duct bank with APS, COX, ASU UTO and ASU FA across City of Tempe roadways and existing university parking facilities, fields and walkways was the single biggest challenge of this project.
Technology Budget $1.2M – Actual $1.2M

Cardinals Telecommunication Project – May 2005 – August 2006

Installation of all Network, IP, Wireless, and Telephony infrastructure/equipment in the new 1.5M square feet Arizona Cardinals Football Stadium.
$6 Million project completed on budget and ahead of schedule.

DHL Worldwide Express Desktop Project – May 2003/2005

This project comprised an infrastructure upgrade for approximately 700 sites and 14 call centers across the domestic U.S., Puerto Rico, Alaska, and Hawaii; the migration of four separate Active Directories into one; the migration of over 13,000 mailboxes; the deployment of 10,000 new desktops/laptops across the U.S.. The stanardization of the corporate image across the domestic U.S.; and the construction of a corporate application/image library that can be deployed via Altiris.
Project, with a budget of $30 Million, was completed on budget and on schedule.

Honeywell Data Center East – Honeywell Corporation, Maryland – Completion 2007

Design of Phase One of the new Data Center for Honeywell’s World Wide Operations. Phase one consisted of a 15,000 square foot Data Center floor with over 450-cabinets, 200-Relay Racks and more then 1-mile of cable tray to support fiber & copper connectivity. The design recommendations specific to cabinets and power solutions saved the project substantial monies that allowed for a greater density of deployment in the same square footage. The Data Center environments required more than 40,000 fiber connection in support of Cisco Switches that supported Application Servers, Web Internal & External Servers, Management Servers, SAN’s, and multiple Firewall Security Solutions.
Infrastructure Budget – Confidential

Polly Rosenbaum State Archives & History Building Arizona State Capital Mall

Design of a redundant and diverse conduit/vault system for local exchange carriers into the 2-story facility. This building features 24” thick PT walls and several isolation rooms for the preservation of state and historical documents. This architectural feature forced a comprehensive design of wireless, voice, data, and audiovisual technologies. This facility is also equipped with a data center environment established as the Disaster Recovery Site for the State Legislature.
Technology Budget $540K – Actual $337K

Polytechnic Academic Campus Arizona State University – Mesa, Arizona – Completion 2008

(5) New Buildings: Campus Voice/Data Distribution Design for the entire complex, conduit duct bank design and Audiovisual Systems Design for eighty spaces including lecture halls, classrooms, teaching labs, videoconference rooms, and performing arts theatre. This facility is built on a former Military installation which required extensive research of existing cable infrastructure and coordination with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remove/relocate existing services without compromise to National Security. It also had several Learning Laboratories which had to incorporate real world lab functions with suitable instruction amenities.
Technology Budget $3.2M – Actual $3.1M

US Airways/America West Desktop Integration – May 2006 to December 2010

This project comprised an infrastructure and desktop upgrade for approximately 130 domestic airports, 42 international airports and 2 reservation centers. The project was responsible for the migration of four separate Active Directories into one; the migration of over 10,000 mailboxes and the deployment of 10,000 new desktops/laptops. In addition, applications were standardized into Altiris allowing for a more efficient desktop managed environment.
Project, with a budget of $33 Million, was completed on budget and on schedule.

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