As cameras are not allowed on US Army facilities, no pictures of our work on Army bases can be displayed but following is a description of some of the work done for the US Army Corps of Engineers via several different contractors:
All projects are completed in strict accordance with contract drawings and contract specifications. Standard telecommunications industry practices are applied including the US Army Technical Guide installation information and the recommended practices listed in the contract specifications.
All personnel assigned to projects are employed on a daily basis in this type of work and hold varying degrees of qualification and certification. All personnel assigned to projects have a minimum of three years experience in the field and have completed various levels of telecommunications/data network cabling installation training to include manufacturers certifications in three or more product manufacturers. Red Cross First Aid and CPR training along with Confined Space Certifications are also included.
Executive Communications Group personnel have successfully completed other projects in the past such as The Whole Barracks Complex Phase III, SOF Flight Simulator Addition, SOF Weather Facility, The 5th/SFG Soar Barracks, AAEFES PX Expansion project (largest PX in the world), CSG Barracks Complex, Brigade Barracks, SOF Battalion Operations Phase I, II and III, Battle Command Training Center and 2nd BCT Complex Phase I at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky to include extensive outside plant cabling and inside infrastructure cabling to support multiple buildings. At other sites, Executive Communications Group, Inc., has completed the 16th MP Barracks at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, Physical Fitness Center at Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia, IBCT Project at Ft. Knox and the Barracks Complex at Ft. Stewart Georgia.
At Ft. Campbell alone, we have installed over 20,000 Cat6 cables and 7,000 CATV cables. Extensive outside plant cabling and splicing from 12 fiber to 432 fiber cables, 25 pair to 1800 pair copper cables. Some of the fiber runs are over 2 miles without splicing.