In 2012 Northview Public Schools passed a bond program for district-wide technology improvements and a new high school. The high school was completely rebuilt in four phases over three years while the school was occupied and functional. This project had considerable logistical challenges to ensure technology systems remained operational as entire wings of the building and server rooms were demolished. For example, the server room was demolished in Phase 1, and the new server room was not built until the final phase in 2014.

Other aspects of the project include:

  • District-wide 21st Century Classrooms
  • Flexible Classrooms and Collaborative Working Areas
  • 10GbE Network Infrastructure
  • Network Video Distribution System
  • Network/Wireless Infrastructure
  • Support for BYOD
  • County Fiber Consortium Planning
Paul Twigg

“Few people in technology get to work on schools, university buildings, libraries, manufacturing plants, military bases, and college stadiums! Variety at Barton Malow keeps work interesting and provides a broader perspective for innovative solutions.”