GTC
Greater Texas Voice, Data & Fiber Optic Cabling

FORT RICHARDSON, ALASKA – General Services Administration: $896,429

Cabled 632 modular building network copper back bone. Cat6 voice and data. Working in conjunction with GSA, Greater Texas Cabling engineered and designed the wide area network and installed the a turnkey telecommunications system for 632 buildings.

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: $160,000

Greater 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.