Project: Wysocki Law Firm

Scope of Work: Data Cable Removal

Today we were removing the network cabling in Wysocki Law Firm located in the DTC area of Denver. It is the law enacted by the City and County of Denver that states tenants must remove the old data cables in the area above the ceiling and walls in their space that they are vacating. We are doing a lot of this work right now due to Covid and as offices come up for renewal Companies are downsizing and giving up their old leases and amount of square footage needed because most employers are allowing their employees to work remotely.

The scope of work included removing all above grid cabling , removal of Data racks and putting blank covers back on the wall. Disposing of cabling and cleaning up the space is included in our service. It takes time as there could be different cables from different offices running in the above ceiling grid.  It takes time to identify these cables and not cut off services to the adjoining tenants or any tenants that may have conference rooms above this space.

Comment from customer after work:

I’ve never seen a contractor leave a workspace so clean!

Wysocki management

Project: Network Cabling at Black Fox

We are installing 3 new Cat 6 data cabling drops in the new office locations which was the former training center. This job took me around 3 hours to pull the cable, terminate , test , and certify the network cabling was in fact installed properly and would pass data on the network up to gig speeds.  We installed the cabling into an unloaded 24 port network patch which is easier to work with in case down the road if we need to troubleshoot or repair any of the keystone jacks.

This was a sub-contract job provided to us by Eric at Speedwise IT services. Eric has been a great partner with Rocky Mountain Tel-Tech , Inc. for over 10 years. Thank you Eric  for your continued support and if you are searching for a great IT company in Denver, CO  I would highly recommend his services.

Project: Cat 6 Data Cabling in Thornton, Colorado

Today Mike and I are pulling in Cat 6 cabling at Advanced Heart and Vein clinic in Thornton, Colorado. The job entails installing over 200 Dual Cat 6 outlets along with installing, testing and connecting the 2 separate floors with a Fiber Optic Multi Mode fiber backbone, The new location for Advanced Heart and Vein is over 25,000 square feet and we will install dual Cat 6 Gig sped cabling along with wiring for the Nurse Call Stations, 15 Wireless Access points, and 15 CCTV cameras with 4 point, tilt, zone cameras. We will also install 3 separate IDF rooms to house the data cabinets, Nurse call station hardware and a NVDR camera system.