Network Cabling


Structured cabling installations typically include: entrance facilities; vertical and horizontal backbone pathways; vertical and horizontal backbone cables; horizontal pathways; horizontal cables; work area outlets; equipment rooms; telecommunications closets; cross-connect facilities; multi-user telecommunications outlet assemblies (MUTOA); transition points; and consolidation points.


This infrastructure serves a wide range of uses, such as to provide telephone service or transmit data through a computer network. 

The structured cabling system begins at the point where the service provider (SP) terminates. This point is the point of demarcation (demarc) or Network Interface Device (NID).


Every structured cabling system is unique.


Structured wiring forms the backbone of any business.

  • Cable Planning, Design, Consultancy & Project Management

  • Structured Cabling Systems Installation – Cat5e, Cat6, Coax, HDMI, Fiber Optics

  • Server Racks, Cabinets & Frames

  • Office Relocations – Moves, Adds & Changes

  • Audio and Video

  • WiFi / Wireless Network Installation / Access Point Installation

  • Cable Termination, Troubleshooting and Repair

  • Point of Sale and Retail Systems Cabling

  • DEMARC Extensions and Backbones

  • Cable Testing – Category 5e, 6, 6A and Fiber Certifications