TechSite opened its doors in December of 2001. Our founder and president, Jim Schrader, brought with him years of experience working as a managing partner for Computer Site Preparations and then Emerson Telecom Systems. Since those earliest days, our goal has been to provide innovative services to support our clients’ Mission Critical operations. While our service offerings have expanded over the years, we have remained faithful to our core values of Loyalty, Honesty, Drive and Gratitude. Join us as we celebrate 20 years!
We’ve been there. Our team has experienced the diverse challenges that exist in designing, building and operating mission-critical facilities. We have a strong appreciation of the facility’s importance to our customers and their business.
We listen. Our services are carefully tailored to our customer’s requirements. Every project is planned and executed to meet those requirements, regardless of project size.
TechSite keeps our client’s mission-critical facilities running. Our purpose is to expertly plan, design, build, test, operate and maintain mission-critical space to maximize reliability, ROI and efficiency while providing the industry’s highest level of customer satisfaction.
Engineering involves: site assessment, conceptual design and budgeting, engineering and construction documents, construction administration, commissioning, site selection, and green studies. TechSite employs licensed Professional Engineers (PEs). The engineering staff creates construction documents that are required to communicate the client’s basis of design to the skilled tradesmen who will construct the facility.
TechSite serves in the role of the general contractor for many of our clients. A TechSite construction manager is on-site to coordinate the skilled trades and vendors, providing a single source of responsibility for the client. Combining the Conceptual Design, Engineering, and Construction Management into a single “Turnkey” package provides the fastest delivery and the most control for the owner.
Data Centers must be periodically tested and maintained in order to ensure a high level of reliability. TechSite schedules and coordinates the service providers to ensure that the maintenance is performed according to best practices and that the work is documented. An open issues log is used to make sure that all problems are solved and closed. A TechSite manager is on-site during the process.
TechSite employees work on a daily basis at our client’s data center sites. The TechSite specialist is “on call” 24 hours a day to respond to emergencies. In addition the TechSite person assists with server additions, capacity planning, whip additions, and the day to day routine of operating a facility. TechSite can produce facility operations and emergency response manuals providing data center operators with a list of the infrastructure equipment and related functions and procedures.