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NETS Network Upgrade!.  304 Telecommunication Outlets (TO's) each with 4-copper and 4-fiber connections were installed.  255,000 Feet of CAT6A copper.

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1 NETS Network Upgrade!

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3  304 Telecommunication Outlets (TO's) each with 4-copper and 4-fiber connections were installed.  255,000 Feet of CAT6A copper cable were installed, over 48 miles.  60,000 Feet of Multi Mode OM4 fiber were installed, more than 11 miles  2432 station fiber terminations trunk fiber terminations were completed.

4 Install new, ground up, network in 3300 Mitchell Lane capable of supporting current and foreseeable networking needs in accordance with NETS, NCAB, UCAR/NCAR, BICSI, and federal, state, and local jurisdictions building codes.

5  A method to deliver a project in which the design and construction services are contracted by a single entity. It relies on a single point of responsibility and is used to minimize risks for the project owner and reduce the delivery schedule.

6  The design build can take the owner out of the loop by the contractor/designer making decisions that the owner should be involved in. In the more traditional Design-Bid-Build, Change Controls are more prevalent and keep the Owner more informed and there more involved in the project.

7  Ed Snyder (Primary)  Fabian Guerrero (Second)  Mike Martinez (On Site Supervisor)

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9  Bryan Anderson  Rick Mumford  Jerome Martinez  Carlos Rojas-Torres  Wes Wildcat  Armando Cisneros  Teresa Shibao  NETS Admin Team

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11  3-year Bond (Equipment) $0  15-year Bond (Permanent Infrastructure) $300,000  Conduit Installation $150,000

12  3-year Bond -$0 - Existing equipment used.  15-year Bond $298,188.2  Conduit Installation $150,000

13 ◦ Marking of facilities not to be demoed ◦ Temp (construction) network installation ◦ Relocation of Multi-use fiber to FLA ◦ Relocation of FLR(B) to FLA ◦ Preparing drawings for installation crew ◦ Order all parts for installation

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15  NETS work during contractor work ◦ Monitoring contractor progress to ensure that network specifications were being adhered to ◦ Attending OAC Meeting to ensure that changes were not made that affected the NETS installation ◦ Scheduling NETS installation with other trades

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17  Project installation followed construction progress ◦ installation of distributor [room] infrastructure (tray, racks, and cable managers) ◦ cable installation and termination ◦ Testing and documentation ◦ Coordination of people move information

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21  Equipment installation followed construction progress ◦ installation of network equipment:  Switches, VG242’s (analog), UPS’s, AP’s, Monitoring (Geese), Patch Cables ◦ Activation of network ports: Network, Analog, Special ◦ Verification of networks

22  The project schedule changed due to ◦ HVAC Design and Installation problems  Installation of additional Ducting all floors  Room remodel required on all floors  Replace undersized fan on roof  NETS Schedule ◦ Personnel then reassigned to other projects  NWSC  Marshall  Ongoing normal WR’s

23  Previous occupants returning, few new phones needed  AP’s already in update schedule  Reusing the NETS Switches and UPS’s ◦ Not due for regular replacement ◦ Still under maintenance

24  Keeping the installation up to UCAR/NETS Standards when the scope of work changed ◦ Full remodel instead of partial ◦ Addition of Comm Outlets after budget set ◦ Multi-use fiber removal and replacement ◦ All new comm conduits throughout the building

25  Strong technical installation team  UCAR/NETS Specifications  All Product arrived on time  Same electrical contractor as FLA

26 ◦ Construction timeline  Comm Rooms and Chases built first  Always Promised  Never Delivered ◦ Move Template Information  The sooner the better  From NETS sooner  To NETS sooner

27  Comm Room size, minimum of 130 sq ft, prefer 150 sq ft  Only straight sleeves in cores between floors  Increase the number of cores between floors ◦ Increased size of cable  Daily morning meetings kept the whole team informed to the ever changing Design build Project. This is critical for keeping ahead of a project of this size.

28  BAS on NETS cabling ◦ Building Automation Systems  Becoming Industry Standard to use IP ◦ Space in our cores ◦ Space in our Comm Rooms  This project was a design build ◦ Design and Construction done together ◦ Changes come fast and often ◦ Harder for NETS to remain within budget

29  Thanks to the NI Crew for all of the hard work and long hours that went into this project.


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