FORT HUACHUCA, ARIZONA – COMARK BUILDING SYSTEMS: $233,232
Cabled 24 administrative buildings at Fort Huachuca, Az. Greater Texas Cabling was required to engineer and design the local area network.
AUSTIN, TEXAS - TIME WARNER CABLE COMPANY: $160,000Greater Texas Cabling was required to trench and install multiple miles of aerial and underground fiber optic cables. In addition, GTC installed coax and Cat 5 cables into Multi-Family Complexes.
CARRIZO SPRINGS BORDER PATROL STATION FOR DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY: $145.225
Greater Texas Cabling was required to install over 1500 voice and data cables. All drops were configured for dual data and dual voice. Each drop location had two Cat 6 RJ45 jacks for data mounted on the upper potion of the faceplate and two Cat 6 jacks for voice mounted on the lower potion. This project also included a Fiber Optic Backbone. This cabling consisted of copper and optical fiber cables and were required where there exists more than one wire center. The intra and inter-backbone was installed to provide structured connectivity between closets and provided a star-topology cable infrastructure that is capable of supporting high-speed and high bandwidth requirements between key resources within the enterprise.
SAN ANGELO BORDER PATROL STATION FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY: $41,334.50
Greater Texas Cabling was required to install thirty seven (37) 2D/2V drop locations with an average cable pull length of 175ft. Installation was required in unoccupied space. Cable trays were installed for low-voltage communication wiring components and did not require “J” hook installation for the cable distribution. GTC was also required to build out a MDF, mounting the equipment in racks. Greater Texas Cabling terminated, tested and labeled thirty seven (37) locations for the station.