Pathways and Spaces

A very important aspect of a structured cabling system is the physical elements supporting the cable. Because this area is typically out of site, this is where we see most of today'€™s problems.

Pathways should be chosen for the secure placement of cabling, and not for the proximity. Avoiding other building elements, proper sizing and spacing of support elements and apertures, and the correct laying of cabling are critical to the long term performance of your one time investment. We are experts and we have been around long enough to see the causes and effects of cable degradation due to poorly laid cabling and inadequate support methods. Therefore we know how to eliminate it. We guarantee it!

The diagram to the left depicts the pathway of the cabling system above the ceiling and the locations they serve. This is sometimes a requirement required by building management and facility groups and is an optional piece of the as built documentation.