We have provided IT support to both small and medium-sized organizations. From virus removal and PC cleanup to network design and installation, we have provided support for both simple and complex problems.
The Philip Barbour High School Career and Technical Education Center has a new power monitoring system that will allow students to learn about power production from renewable energy.
Extreme Endeavors provided development and installation support to a NASA Jet Propulsions Laboratory to measure the rebound of the Trans-antarctic Mountains, as a direct result of the retraction of the ices shelf.
Extreme Endeavors has signed a partnership agreement with the town of West Milford, a small senic town in the middle of West Virginia. This is one of our first agreements which provides a monitoring system at a monthly cost.
We made recent advancements on our EMS Cloud-based software that allows the sale of a subscription service for rain monitoring. If your organization needs to monitor rainfall to meet regulations, give us a call! We can help you with no upfront cost: you can simply pay a monthly fee to have your rainfall data monitored on the cloud.
Working with Greer Industries, Extreme Endeavors has been performing microclimate research to ensure area mining operations do not affect the environment of these caves. Watch one of the amazing videos shot and produced by Extreme Endeavors about this project
Extreme Endeavors recently took on a contract to string over a mile and a half of fiber through the mountains of West Virginia. After days of working in the blowing snow and cold, pulling cable through conduit, placing solar panels to power the media converters and placing connectors on the delicate fiber, the connection is operational and is providing high speed internet to a remote site.
The Tri-County Water Association is currently undergoing a project to expand its services, and Extreme Endeavors was chosen as the firm to provide a control system for this water district. The control system will allow Tri-county to draw water from either the city of Fairmont or the city of Clarksburg.
The Extreme Endeavors engineering team recently developed the Cloud-based Tank Monitoring System for the Department of Environmental Protection in WV. Law-makers had to act quickly to respond to a chemical spill and a resulting water emergency that occurred in the Elk River in Charleston. The spill affected nearly 300,000 residents in nine different counties.
Web site design and re-design is one of our specialties! Often, your web page is the first contact a potential client has with your company. You have just one chance to make a first impression and demonstrate your ability to meet the needs of your readers. Recently, we helped the Barbour County, WV, Chamber of Commerce gain a fresh, new look and the opportunity to satisfy the search inquiries of prospective new-comers to its community.
The Extreme Endeavors engineering team recently developed the Cloud-based Tank Monitoring System for the Department of Environmental Protection in WV.
Phase two of the Huttonsville Public Service District’s water purification and delivery project is currently in progress, and Extreme Endeavors is on the job ensuring accurate and efficient control of the intake and purification process as well as adequate delivery of the finished product.
Extreme Endeavors provided monitoring, control, and automation for distributing water for the Huttonsville Public Service District.
Extreme Endeavors provided monitoring, control, and automation for distributing water for the Central Barbour Public Service District.
We removed climbing bolts from rural cliff faces to prevent unauthorized access and private owner liability.