Construction and maintenance of internal communication systems of buildings

In such a regulated industry as construction, developers have to pay a lot of attention not only to actual construction issues, but also to the large amount of paper work, registration and approval of projects, obtaining permits, etc. All construction starts and ends with paperwork! The developer must submit ready-made preliminary plans of internal systems (stage ‘P’), including communications systems. During the course of construction, more elaborate work plans must be developed and approved (stage ‘R’). Preparation and approval of all necessary documents can take many months.

Our experience in the developing and approval of project documentation enables Mastertel’s customers to significantly reduce the time for consideration of applications. Mastertel also provides all work stages of the construction of internal communications, cable systems and communications nodes. Within the framework of cooperation with developers, most of the work (including installation and maintenance of active equipment) is performed at our own expense. The ‘passive’ elements of the system, including cables, cable trays, telecommunications cabinets and others, can be installed both at the expense of Mastertel and at the expense of the customer at his own request.

Our major advantage over building companies (who can perform the laying of internal communications by contract) is our specialization. If the responsibility of the builder ends after the delivery of the facility, Mastertel continues to service the systems during their operation. We are not interested in ‘inflating’ the budget of systems being built at our expense. We make money on communications services, not on construction contracts.

Thus, when choosing Mastertel, the developer solves the entire complex of problems related to the design, construction and documentation of internal communications systems. This saves significant expenses on external contractors. It is also important that the operator is building the network. This has a positive effect on the quality of the service. After all, networks are laid to provide communications services to future tenants.

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