Connected Cities Integrators
Connected Cities Integrators (CCI) partners with local communities to help them design, implement, and fund data-driven, and economically sustainable technology solutions. We work with municipalities, utilities and mixed-use/mixed-income communities to develop, finance & implement connected technology programs.
Most ICT companies across the United States prefer to service more affluent communities which neglect rural areas, elderly citizens, and economically disadvantaged neighborhoods.
We are different. We strengthen underserved communities by upgrading and connecting infrastructure making essential technologies and services accessible to all citizens.
The Managing Partners of CCI have nearly 60 years of combined experience that enables us to quickly identify what work needs to be done – and our extensive network of product manufacturers and installation subcontractors enables us to assemble your optimal team.
The Managing Partners of CCI have successfully implemented more than $800 Million Dollars in similar infrastructure improvements for various clients over the past 30 years.
Chief Executive Officer
Adam has 30 years of experience working with clients throughout the United States and Latin America to help them design, develop, finance, and implement their long-term strategic plans, with a primary focus on asset renewal and system optimization. After earning his Mechanical Engineering degree from Georgia Tech, he spent 13 years working for a Fortune 100 energy services firm and helped his clients to implement more than $100 Million worth of Design-Build-Finance infrastructure improvements. Adam is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), a Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional (CLEP), a Certified Water Efficiency Professional (CWEP), and a Licensed Underground Utility Contractor in his home state of Florida.
Since leaving the corporate world in 2005, Adam has founded and operated several highly successful multi-million dollar businesses and has provided capital planning, technical consulting, financial analysis, and other professional services and deployment support to dozens of municipal utilities, enabling them to upgrade and automate their water metering systems. His projects encompass more than 600,000 endpoints with a variety of AMI products.
Chief Operating Officer
Jack has more than 30 years of experience in driving innovation in the energy, utility, and infrastructure sectors through enhanced hardware and software development, delivering effective asset management, resource efficiency and network connectivity. He has led multidisciplined teams and provided financing for more than $1 billion in major utility and infrastructure programs.
Prior to joining CCI, Jack served as Vice President of The Americas for Telensa Ltd., the global leader in connected streetlighting and smart city applications where he worked with investor-owned and municipal utilities to develop and deploy successful AMI programs. In his work with Georgia Power, a subsidiary of the Southern Company, Jack had direct oversight and account management responsibility for the world’s largest networked street lighting control system, comprised of more than 300,000 connected and metered devices including network control and customer billing. Mr. Hanley also spent 8 years with NORESCO, the energy services arm of United Technologies, and provided National leadership to public sector clients.