“Their experience and conscientious manner made the task of gathering the data from twenty-five Treasury sites seamless and without any service interruptions…” – James Lindsey
Point of contact: James Lindsey, Verizon System Engineer, 633 3rd Street, NW, 1st Floor, Washington, DC, (202) 927-9038, James.Lindsey@verizon.gov, project size: $120,000.
2003 – Ongoing
AED is providing space planning, project management, realty services, telecommunication facility support, and ongoing maintenance and subcontracting support to Verizon Federal. AED serves as a subcontractor to the U.S. Dept. of Treasury (Treasury). AED completed site surveys, CADD drawings, and equipment inventories (5ESS switch and power) for 42 Treasury sites, including the US Secret Service, and the US Customs Service.
The Verizon system engineer working with AED on this project, James Lindsey, had this to say about AED, “Their experience and conscientious manner made the task of gathering the data from twenty-five Treasury sites seamless and without any service interruptions. AED has demonstrated outstanding reliability in meeting all of Verizon Federal’s requests and in keeping management advised of all potential difficult situations.”
- Timely Performance
“AED was given very stringent drawing standards and delivery guidelines that they easily met”, wrote Michael R. Simms, Manager of Network Engineering, Verizon Federal. James Lindsey wrote this about AED, ”In spite of numerous schedule changes and delays Reginald and Terrence were always available whenever the need arose.”
- Cost Control
The AED team surveyed a switch site and located about $100,000 worth of equipment that had been unaccounted for. The equipment was able to be put into service, saving the client from purchasing replacement equipment.
- Contractor’s Behavior
“As the demands on AED increased, they were able to manage their performance without requesting adjusted pay treatment”, wrote Michael R. Simms, Manager of Network Engineering, Verizon Federal.
- Reference Satisfaction
“I am sure that any organization contemplating a new inventory documentation database would be well served by AED, Cenotrack, and especially Reginald Waters and Terrence Brown”, stated Mr. James Lindsey.