Southwestern Bell Company (SBC)
2828 Figuero St
Los Angeles, CA 90065
SBC won the E-rate project to rewire 201 of the schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). VetComm. was awarded 25 of these schools from SBC. They include conduit, man/hand hole and fiber installation for most of the buildings on each campus. Each building had fiber, Data and voice from the MDF to each IDF. Each building had to be engineered for the best routes and all maps and records updated to reflect the work done.
San Diego State University
550 Campanile Dr.
San Diego, CA 92182-1616
The first project was for the installation of a conduit/manhole system for the installation of a new Outside Plant copper cable and relocation of existing fiber so they could have trolley services on campus. Since that project VetComm. has been doing work under our CMAS contract for Data and voice installation at several new buildings such as the 4 complexes on Fraternity Row. VetComm. has built a new conduit/manhole system from some of the dorms to the mainframe for updating services for the students.
Fairview Developmental Center
2501 Harbor Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Under our CMAS contract we have been doing Moves, Adds and Changes, plus fiber and data installations since 1997 to present. Currently VetComm. has been upgrading most of the facilities to access the “information highway” for reports to and from the state departments. This has included installing new conduits and man/hand holes for the installation of copper and fiber backbone with laterals feeding the individual buildings. We have been responsible for terminating the respective cable at the point of entry and placing riser cables to the communication closets on each floor. From those closets we have place copper (voice) and Category 5 (data) to the desktop. In many instances we have had to obtain records from Verizon, map the outlay of cable paths, clear all routes, install the cable, upgrade the current records and present hard and soft copies of the information to their IT Service department.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
8700 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
VetComm. was responsible for day-to-day activities, which included moves, adds and changes. Various projects, included installation and cutover of fiber, voice, and Category 5 cable and the programming of computers. Just by the nature of this facility special precautions had to be taken with ever installation. The fact that Cedars hired six of our technicians shows the quality of personnel we have.
Southern California Edison
P.O. Box 700
Rewired G. O. 1, Rosemead, CA, (1500 stations). Each station consisted of 3 data and 1 voice cable. VetComm. had to place fiber from the Demarc point to 23 different communication closets located throughout the 4 stories. All of the data was cut over from an old Token Ring system to the new Ethernet. Because the cuts included such departments as Human Resources and Payroll plus the executive officers most had to be done in off hours and weekends with a minimum of interruption.
Lake Perris | California State Parks and Recreation
17801 Lake Perris Dr.
Perris, CA 92571
Moves, Adds and Changes for voice and data. Engineering and installation of fiber, copper and data cables for repairs and new building installations.
Chino -California State Parks and Recreation
1879 Jackson St.
Riverside, CA 92504
Installation Cat-5e and voice wire, trenching and conduit work to upgrade service to their facility in Riverside and installation of a new phone system.
VetComm Federal Contract : Us Coast Guard District Office
Veterans Communication Services, Inc. (VetComm) provided test and evaluation support to Verizon Federal Systems on this contract. The infrastructure cabling plant installation required technical evaluation of requirements, regulations and industry standards. Pre and post installation evaluation reports and test results were produced for each IT system provided. The scope included use of industry standard test equipment, ongoing company certification renewals with associated training and appropriate reporting to the manufacturer. VetComm provided professionally trained technicians to determine cabling paths, provide industry specification consultation, testing and reporting for the voice and data infrastructure communications cabling plant. All premises qualified professionals who are trained in proper cable routing, terminations, mounting of equipment, rack installation, grounding, labeling and testing, certified wiring.
VetComm State Contract : Fairview Developmental Center
Under the State of California’s CMAS contract, VetComm has been conducting Moves, Adds and Changes, plus fiber and data installations from 1997 to present to the Fairview Development Center, as well as, the exact same scope for several other state healthcare facilities. This has included installing new conduits and man/hand holes for the installation of copper and fiber backbone with laterals feeding the individual buildings. VetComm is responsible for terminating the respective cable at the point of entry and placing riser cables to the communication closets on each floor. From those closets, VetComm has installed copper (voice) and Category 5 (data) to the desktop. In many instances VetComm obtains records from the carrier, maps the outlay of cable paths, clears all routes, install communications cabling, upgrade current records and presents hard and soft copies of the information to the perspective IT Service departments. In the case of Fairview Development Center, VetComm recently provided design and implementation services, along with equipment provisioning to upgrade data switches and servers from the communications closets to and in the main computer center.
VetComm Commercial Contract : Gambro Healthcare/DaVita, Inc.
VetComm performs installation services for the I.T. Transitions groups of Gambro Healthcare & Davita, Inc. (Note: DaVita, Inc. recently purchased Gambro Healthcare), which have over 1200 hemo-dialysis clinics nationwide. Currently, VetComm provides services to install and integrate that infrastructure cabling plant, desktops/PC’s, routers, switches, terminal servers, terminals and network printers for new sites that have been built or acquired. Information for all cabling locations and installed equipment is recorded on mutually defined post site surveys that are submitted with all test results as post installation documentation. VetComm is also currently working on nationwide roll out projects that involve the implementation of new applications, hardware and cabling plant at existing facilities.