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NYS Thurway Authority http://www.thruway.ny.gov/index.shtml

Since 1995 Schupp’s has partnered with MFS/Adesta/G4S since the inception of fiber optic cable along the New York State Thruway

NYS Office of Information Technology Services http://www.its.ny.gov/

During 2011 and 2012, and partnering with Adirondack Cabling, replaced 26 Closed Circuit TV Cameras throughout the capital district and surrounding areas

NYS Department of Transportation https://www.dot.ny.gov/index

Rifenburg Construction  http://www.rifenburg.com/rifenburg-construction

Beginning in 2011, Schupp’s lends a helping hand to Rifenburg’s $100 million highway reconstruction of the New York State Thruway between exits 23 and 24.

Cold Springs Construction

Summer 2009 Moved 12,000 feet of six and a quarter inch innerducts on a 15 mile road reconstruction project in the Syracuse region exits 39 to 40 of the New York State Thruway.

Powerline Constructors, Inc.  http://www.powerlineconstructors.com/

2002 - As a New York State Woman owned Business, Schupp’s was the subcontractor to run over 10 miles of aerial fiber optic cable to link the traffic lights from the City of Albany to the City of Schenectady down Route 5 - Central Avenue, for the CDTA Bus System.

NYS Thruway Authority and MFS

September 1995 - Placed and spliced 90 miles of 3 Fiber Cables totaling over 1.5 million feet of cable in three months.

Lambert International Airport FAA

August 2004 - Constructed, spliced, terminated and testing of fiber cabling for the radar systems included 127,000 feet of fiber optic cable with 18,000 feet of digging including 40 manholes - in a tight two month contracted time frame.