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Downtown San Diego Cabling

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Recently, IroncladCE was appointed to cable a large corporate office building in downtown San Diego (92101). The business owner required both voice and data connections in every office throughout the building.

After careful evaluation of the building layout, a detailed design plan was formulated for proper cabling of the office.
Beginning at the central termination point, Using CAT6 plenum class cabling, we began the office cabling by running the cable throughout the building to each outlet drop where it was terminated by RJ-45 keystone jacks. After connecting and testing connections between the keystone jacks and the newly installed patch panel, it was time to connect to the existing patch panel in the network closet where the network server was housed. Cable was run through a conduit within the ceiling from the network closet back to the office, pulled through the drop ceiling and ending up back at the central termination point. After final testing and clean up, the business owner was highly pleased with the end result, and was even surprised how quickly we got everything completed. At IroncladCE we understand your time is valuable, that’s why we strive to make every job we do as quick and efficient as possible while maintaining the quality you expect from our team of IroncladCE voice and data cabling experts.

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