Beginning with an understanding of your needs, future growth plans and security compliance, Bailiwick structured cabling methods give you a comprehensive and coordinated result where everything works, and works together. New store openings, remodels, wireless design – your complex environment is our strength. Our engineering and PMO teams control the entire cabling process from engineering design and documentation to PMO’s management of the installation event.
Our engineering team invests time to understand your standards, nomenclature, requirements, and location environment. Combining your specifications with our industry experience yields the best possible solutions for your IT needs. You can rest assured knowing we take into account operational functionality while meeting current standards. This ensures your sites are up and running, your costs are fair, and your business is secure.
After accounting for your needs, standards compliance, and future growth plans, our engineering team will create your detailed installation process to ensure a consistent installation at every site.
The technicians implementing the final approved design are trained in advance by our engineering and Project Management Office, ensuring they understand the scope and depth of the project before their arrival. Depending on your project characteristics, we use local technicians or traveling teams, and conduct knowledge-sharing training with them. We right source our technicians through our network of more than 20,000 installers who are there to make your project run as planned.
Our engineering staff, consisting of Registered Communications Distribution Designers (RCDD) and CAD engineers, are well-versed in state-of-the-art structured cabling infrastructure design and standards.
Our engineering team will create your detailed installation manual, process and acceptance documentation for a consistent installation at every site.
We design a unique technician deployment approach based on your project, timelines, complexity of scope, and other trade group dependencies.