Techsico Group is the move/add/change contractor for Union Public Schools in Tulsa, OK, which is one of the largest school districts in Oklahoma. Techsico has completed several large projects for Union, including upgrading the backbone cabling in four locations from OM1 (1gbps) to OM3 (10gbps), installing 50 Aruba AP-105 wireless access points and associated cabling in eight locations, and installing a quad-shield coaxial cabling infrastructure required for a new video delivery system for the high school building. Techsico completed every installation, from large projects to single data drops, on time and on budget, receiving excellent quality ratings from the district IT Director.
Techsico Group provided a complete digital/analog voice telephony system, including phones, parts, programming, and installation of all copper and fiber structured cabling systems. We also installed a phone switch and voicemail system, programmed individual user stations, and trained staff on phone/system use
Techsico Group has completed multiple projects for the U.S. Army Base in Fort Leonard Wood, MO. Projects have included:
- Work at ESC-66, replacing and repairing damaged copper and fiber cables, trenching and installing new conduit bank and installing new telecommunications maintenance hole to house permanent copper and fiber splices, installing new inter-building backbone, updating structured cabling to Cat-6, and wrecking out old cables.
- Removing and replacing a damaged 24″x36″ quazite telco hand hole as well as over 4000′ of single-mode fiber, splicing one end and terminating the other.
Techsico Group moved display and supporting media (DVI, Coax, ISDN, etc.), including copper and fiber structured cabling systems wiring in 46 meeting rooms and offices. This project included re-routing and installing 110V electrical outlets in each meeting room/office location, in order to meet the standards for the Army’s only LEED Gold facility.
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