Community College of Allegheny County
has designed and managed the implementation of new cabling
infrastructures for all six campuses since 2001. CCAC was our
first client in 1991 and has retained us exclusively for cabling
WTCI has been retained to conduct a wireless site survey for
West Hills Center.
WTCI designed, bid, and managed the installation of
the cable distribution system for the new CCAC West Hills
Center. The design incorporated 600 cat-6 drops, fiber and
copper backbones, 5 telecommunications rooms, rack front views
for all TRís, & new cable tray pathways. We used the architects
prints and added the telecommunications layer to the AutoCAD
WTCI managed the installation of the cable distribution system
for the four CCAC campuses. Project management included daily
morning inspections and weekly meetings to keep the project on
WTCI designed the 7,000 drop cable distribution system for the
four CCAC campuses. The design incorporated category 6
horizontal wiring, fiber & copper backbones, 28
telecommunications rooms, & new cable tray pathways. We created
electronic floorplans, the wiring identification scheme, closet
environmental requirements, rack front elevation views for all
TRís, and all budgets for CCAC. All specifications were issued
electronically to interested bidders.
WTCI designed and managed the cable distribution system for the
CCAC College Office. The design incorporated 592 cat-6 drops &
new cable tray pathways. We created the electronic floorplans,
wiring identification scheme, & rack elevation views.
WTCI designed a satellite downlink and distribution system for
the Community College of Allegheny County's Allegheny Campus.
Provided engineering reviews of campus cabling plans for the
Allegheny & South Campuses. The College's plans for supplying
advanced communications services to students and faculty
depended upon a thorough design. The review provided additional
design considerations and recommendations that would ease the
transition between networks. The design also located the prime
location for a new telephone system that was being considered.
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