Education.

ExcelRedstone supports the IT requirements of a wide range of educational establishments and organisations, from cabling projects for individual schools through to comprehensive support contracts for multi-site Academy groups, FE and HE institutions.

With ICT playing an increasingly important role in education at all levels and for all age groups, we draw on extensive experience and a detailed understanding of the sector’s unique characteristics.

From our dedicated education ICT project managers through to our CCNA and field service engineers, ExcelRedstone has the trained and experienced staff to meet the education sector demand for ICT support, including project implementation, temporary support through periods of increase workload, and long-term contracts.

  • Extensive education sector ICT experience
  • Structured cabling installation and upgrades, from single schools to multi-site operations
  • Broad and on-going ICT support for best practice and value
  • All staff DBS checked
  • Specialists in time-constrained project planning
  • Focused on minimising impact on education timetable

Best Practice

We can introduce best practice and value from our work as one of the UK’s leading specialists in the design, installation, and support of commercial ICT infrastructure.

Safety

All our staff are DBS checked as part of our pre-employment screening process.

Sensitivity

Our teams are well used to working within sensitive and time-critical environments, allowing us to plan and deliver projects within holiday periods or with the least possible impact on the normal timetable.

Our work in education includes:

  • Meeting cabling requirements from single primary schools to major multi-site installations. Some of the challenges are the same as with any commercial sector installation; others are unique to education. Solid walls, for example, are much more common in educational buildings than in typical commercial buildings, presenting not only M&E challenges but also critical health and safety considerations.
  • The increasingly common demand for upgrading of existing ICT infrastructure to accommodate wireless technology.
  • From individual project requirements to larger organisations such as FE and HE institutions and Academy groups which are increasingly looking for more comprehensive approach to ICT support – helping them to manage the cost and increase the value derived from their ICT investments, particularly across large and multi-site campuses.
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