Electronic Environments Corporation Announces Opening of New York City Office
Release date: 1/27/2009
Demand for Critical Facility Solutions, with Emphasis on Data Center Design, Construction and Maintenance, Drives Corporate Expansion
Marlborough, MA – January 27, 2009 – Electronic Environments Corporation (EEC) a leading provider of design, construction and service solutions for mission critical facilities such as data centers and telecommunication sites; today announced the opening of its New York City office. Adding a location in the New York City area expands EEC’s ability to offer its portfolio of services to its broad base of local customers and prospects that require the best available infrastructure solutions for their critical facilities.
“The metro New York area has one of the highest concentrations of critical data centers and telecom sites in the country. We understand that as our client base continues to grow, we will need to expand our presence into key markets, to ensure our support and customer services remain first-class,” said Electronic Environments’ President Mike Kingsley. “Our focus on service to our customers, in addition to the many other critical services we offer such as, design and construction to maintenance and data center air management solutions; has propelled EEC to become a leader in the critical facility solutions market over the last 23 years.”
Leading the EEC-New York operation is Jim Harmon. With over 20 years experience with mission critical applications, Jim has the expertise to provide customers with reliable infrastructure solutions for their data centers and telecommunications sites. The new office is located at: 83-40 72nd Drive, Glendale, NY 11385. The phone number is: 212.851.6558
About Electronic Environments Corporation (EEC):
Founded in 1986, Electronic Environments Corporation (EEC Net) provides critical facility solutions to information technology and telecommunication facilities of all sizes. EEC offers clients a single source for fully integrated design, engineering, construction and maintenance services for reducing energy consumption and eliminating downtime within critical facilities such as data centers and cell sites.
EEC is headquartered in Marlborough, MA and has offices located throughout the United States.