We have been swamped lately! As you all know, our office admin Liz left for maternity leave on Sept 20th, which means the office work is piling up!
I’m happy to announce that Liz has given birth to a beautiful baby girl named Nuri!
Now onto what we’ve been up to he past few weeks: We have been working hard to finish Summerset Assisted Living in Lincoln, CA. This has been a long project as it is new construction. It’s a 3 story assisted living facility, that was built from ground up. They are scheduled to open within a few months so following the construction schedule, we should be adding the finishing touches on all of the A/V and data ports. More pictures to come soon!
We were contacted by a previous customer of ours, Power Inn Alliance . Power Inn Alliance is the property-based business improvement district (PBID), created in 2006 to “Advocate for business, transportation and community”. They requested a few data drops be installed in their (2) conference rooms. We ran CAT5e cable, installed a biscuit, terminated and tested everything. Now, employees at PIA will be able to utilize their VoIP phones in these conference rooms
We had another repeat customer, Redkey Gordon Law, contact us because they needed to install CAT6 cables to (6) locations in their new office space! We installed a 24-port patch panel on a wall mounted bracket. Tested and labeled everything and they are all set!
Roseville Hyundai another good customer of ours, needed a printer hardwired. We ran a CAT5e cable from the service room to the printer location. This will allow for the employees to print over a hardline, rather than just WiFi.
A few weeks ago we completed a site survey for eHealth. They called wanting a few Sharp monitors installed for their digital signage. We completed an estimate which was immediately approved. Our techs were sent out and the monitors were installed beautifully!
Today we are finishing up with West Sacramento Fire Department. They are a long time customer of ours, so it was a pleasure for us to return to assist them with some cabling and TV’s they needed installed. Picture to come on our next blog!