Advanced Manufacturing in Thermal and Environmental Controls (AM-TEC)
The AM-TEC initiative provides a broad range of targeted economic development assistance to small, medium, and large manufacturers and suppliers of thermal and environmental control (TEC) equipment in Central New York. We can help your company reduce costs and increase revenue through the creation and maintenance of a capable workforce and the development of new products through innovation, research, workforce, and business development services.
Central New York's Thermal and Environmental Control Cluster
The Advanced Manufacturing for Thermal and Environmental Controls (AM-TEC) project is a collaborative initiative designed to strengthen the cluster of Central New York manufacturers of systems that heat and cool buildings, refrigerate produce, control manufacturing processes, and enable a variety of other applications. To drive regional cluster growth, AM-TEC will support the following:
Technology roadmaps aim to enhance sharing of and collaboration on all related technology-specific research and development information among interested parties. The goal is to accelerate the overall R&D process to more efficiently deliver technologies to the market. Technology roadmaps relevant to the AM-TEC cluster can be found here
AM-TEC News: Labor Secretary Thomas Perez Visits AM-TEC firm, The Fulton Companies
The AM-TEC initiative to strengthen Central New York's industry cluster in advanced manufacturing of thermal and environmental control products enjoyed national attention on Wednesday when U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Thomas Perez visited The Fulton Companies and SyracuseCoE. Read more
AM-TEC Project Partners
The Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems (SyracuseCoE) leads the AM-TEC initiative, working closely with project partners The Manufacturers Association of Central New York (MACNY), CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity (CenterState CEO), NYSTAR, Central New York Technology Development Organization (CNYTDO), SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF), the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Onondaga Community College, and Syracuse University.
The AM-TEC initiative provides services to manufacturers and suppliers in the sector throughout the 12-county Central New York area that includes the counties of Onondaga, Cayuga, Cortland, Madison and Oswego counties, as well as Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Seneca, St. Lawrence and Tompkins Counties.
Become an AM-TEC partner firm today
To learn more about the AM-TEC initiative, contact Tammy Rosanio, Assistant Director for Partner Alliances at Syracuse CoE, 315-443-3433, firstname.lastname@example.org.