All School Facilities Directors are asked to join Association leaders in communicating our school facilities' legislative and regulatory priorities at our 2017 Advocacy Day scheduled for Tuesday, March 7, 2017.  Watch your email for registration information coming in early 2017.  See you in Albany!

Click here for Advocacy Day Brochure and downloadable registration form.

Click here for online registration.

Thank You Advocacy Day Sponsors and Legislative Supporters

C&S Cos. logo             Q Ware logo  


Day Automation Systems logo     Hunt logo     NYSIR logo


1st Heating Solutions, LLC
A+ Technology & Security Solutions, Inc.
ABS Sales Company, Inc.
Advanced Door Solutions Inc.
Association Development Group
B.R. Johnson, Inc.
Campus Construction Management Group
Cannan Alexander & Scott
Cunningham Duct Cleaning Co., Inc.
E.A. Morse & Co., Inc.
Eberlin & Eberlin, PC
Gato Flooring LLC
Grassland Equipment & Irrigation Corp.
I. Janvey & Sons, Inc.
Intralogic Solutions, Inc.
Island Industrial Boiler
J.C. Broderick & Associates, Inc.
KLH Fire Safety Consultants LLC
Modular Comfort Systems
MRC, Inc.
Nagle Athletic Surfaces Inc
Residential Fences Corp.
REV Plans
RJ Painting Inc.
School Construction Consultants, Inc.
Securitech Group, Inc.
Shiffler Equipment Sales, Inc.
TS Associates Inc., DBA Empire Sales Group
Velvetop Products

2016 Advocacy Day

To view the photos from the 2016 Advocacy Day, click on the blue arrow below.

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Contact Us

Association Headquarters
136 Everett Road
Albany, New York 12205
518.465.0563 phone
518.465.0579 fax
800.359.7242 toll free

Upcoming Events

Legislative Update Webinar - Monday, February 27 at 2pm

Advocacy Day - Tuesday, March 7, Albany
The New York State Legislature needs to hear a unified message from our Directors of Facilities!

Critical Issues Summit - Wednesday, March 8, Albany
Think Globally, Acting Locally to Achieve Your School Facility Goals!

Managing Nuisance Geese Webinar - 12-1pm, Thursday, March 30


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