[Micronet] cabling contractors

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[Micronet] cabling contractors

William Doyle
Good Day,

International House (which maintains a private network) has a couple of
wiring closets that need to be "remodeled"

This would involve relocation, retermination and management of
approximately 350 cables in each closet.

If you can recommend a contractor, please let me know.

Bill Doyle
International HOuse



 
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Re: [Micronet] cabling contractors

Bruce Lorenzen
Bill,
The primary contractors that IST uses on a regular basis, or have completed large full-building projects, are:
  1. AVD (Advanced Voice and Data)
    1. Scott Levine  [hidden email]
  2. DK Technology
    1. Pedro Chavez  [hidden email]
  3. E# Systems
    1. Andres Carrasco  [hidden email]
  4. Point One
    1. Shane Stoltenberg  [hidden email]

These are C-7 (low voltage) and/or C-10 (electrical).  If you are going to do any type of construction such as removing or adding walls, AC work etc., you will need a General Contractor.  I suggest contacting Real Estate Services for advice.


Campus Telecom standards are here:


Let me know directly if you have any other questions.

Bruce





On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 7:20 AM, William Doyle <[hidden email]> wrote:
Good Day,

International House (which maintains a private network) has a couple of
wiring closets that need to be "remodeled"

This would involve relocation, retermination and management of
approximately 350 cables in each closet.

If you can recommend a contractor, please let me know.

Bill Doyle
International HOuse




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