The telecommunications infrastructure is the nervous system of any facility. It enables the continuous exchange of information between the end devices located across the building — computers, phones, printers, security cameras, card readers, wireless access points, thermostats, lighting controls, and smart displays — and the centralized systems with which they communicate. “The Intelligent Building”
Designing this infrastructure today requires extensive planning and coordination with all of the various systems that will access it, and the vision to anticipate the demands on the network 15+ years out as the systems and our world become more data connected.
Our system designs incorporate best practices, knowledge of code requirements, and industry standards to address realistic business needs and long-term technology plans. We design reliable voice, data, and wireless systems for existing facilities that result in minimal disruption to operations, as well as deliver strategic master plans and design services for new building and campus infrastructure.
The goal of every Guidepost designed telecommunications infrastructure is that it be scalable, manageable and, ultimately, reliable. Because you can depend on it.
Telecommunications design services include, but are not limited to:
- Horizontal cable plant
- Backbone cable plant
- Outside plant cabling
- Structured cabling for data and voice networks
- Pathways and spaces for structured cabling systems
- Telecommunication rooms
- Equipment rooms
- Site infrastructure design
- Analog PBX systems and VoIP design
- Wireless systems
- In-building radio amplifiers
- Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)