A Turnkey Service

We offer a turnkey service that begins with span qualification and includes coax coring, fiber blowing and splicing services. Other services may include temporary cable installation and node and RFoG/GPON terminal installation. Our goal is to provide a seamless, all-inclusive fiber optic installation service.

Span Qualification Testing

  • We perform TDR testing of target coax ejection spans at pedestals or amplifiers to identify and mark splices and any sheath damage.
  • Spans with multiple splice locations or severe sheath damage will be highlighted and submitted for conventional conduit construction consideration and approval.
  • If conventional conduit construction is approved to replace a disqualified span, we will contract and bill for the conduit installation using an approved sub-contractor.


  • Buried splices and sheath damage are exposed by excavating or hand digging and used as injection or ejection points, like pedestals.
  • We manage locates or permits as needed.
  • After coring we insert a sleeve in place of the splice to allow seamless fiber jetting or blowing.

Temporary Service Fiber or Coax Cable Installation

  • We run temporary cables as needed to maintain services to customers.
  • Temporary cables may be coax cable placed at an existing tap or amplifier or a fiber optic cable placed at a new optical node location. We maintain powering of downstream devices during the temporary period.

Core Existing Coax

  • We prepare coax ends for the injection, core compression and ejection process by installing special connectors at pedestal locations.
  • Then we inject fluid to compress the coax core; afterwards we push the core from the shield using the same fluid.
  • Finally, we collect and return coax core materials for recycling.

Fiber Optic Cable Blowing

  • We prepare the coax shield for cleaning and fiber blowing by installing appropriate connectors and polyethylene looping tubes at pedestal and splice locations.
  • Utilizing compressed air, we remove and recycle any remaining fluid and clean the conduit.
  • Utilizing fiber optic cable jetting or blowing equipment, we install the fiber optic cable in the conduit shield and looping tubes to minimize fiber splice points and figure eighting.
  • Once the fiber is installed in the conduit, we remove looping tubes, then coil and secure fiber slack loops for future access, splice points or fiber terminations.

Fiber Optic Cable Splicing

  • Install, cutover and qualify fiber optic splice points. This includes cable preparation, splice enclosure installation, fusion splicing, protective splice sleeves, splice trays and OTDR test acceptance traces.