As the demand for data/broadband increases everyday, the ways we as a society are wiring our buildings are changing to fulfill that need. More times than not, a room is filled with more data cables today, than what would have been on an entire floor, 20 years ago!
As with some of the other work activities, this new increase in work activity, has created new regulations & standards that should be adhered to when running low-voltage wires within a building, and if the technicians running these wires are not trained, it can equal a non-desirable result for the customer and/or building owner.
Structured Cabling is governed by a set of standards and processes by the ANSI & TIA/EIA. All of our technicians are well versed in these standards & processes, and practice an internal continuing education requirement weekly. On top of our continuing education, our teams develop our own "method of procedure" for each project. This MOP, serves as our teams playbook as they commence & complete the project, which ensures that the each project is completed to standard.
Our MOP's break down the follow:
When projects come into our teams hands, they are broken down in the above segments, and steps are written out to ensure that each conforms to industry standards and the customers desired expectations.
Typical Buildings our teams work in:
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