National Women’s Hall of Fame

About National Women’s Hall of Fame

ECC Technologies has been selected to review the NWHF’s current contracts for telephone and Internet services at their offices in Seneca Falls, NY and to provide RFP Administration and implementation services.

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Women Inducted into the Hall of Fame

Fast Facts

Telephone & Internet Services Evaluation Project

Security System Design

Coordination with Construction Management

Issue

The National Women’s Hall of Fame made the decision to change offices from their current location on Fall Street to the Seneca Knitting Mill by 2020. They required a review of their current telephone and Internet service contracts, new cabling infrastructure services at the Mill, evaluation of current telephone and network equipment for the potential of being reused at the new location, design of a security system, and advising the construction manager for tel-data and security wiring.

Solution

ECC Technologies proved to be the successful bidder for the telephone and Internet portion of this project, which is currently underway and on schedule for completion by 2020.

Outcome

TBD

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