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Structured Plus Communications, Inc.
1357 W. Alameda Ave
Denver, Colorado 80223

Phone: (720) 570-2016
Fax: (720) 570-2031

Email Kenny Som
Email Paul Atencio
Email Vicente Alvarez
Email Crystal Som


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4556 S. Himalaya Cir
Aurora, Colorado 80015

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We Proudly Provide...

  • Structured Cabling
  • Fiber Optic Cabling
  • Network Hardware Installations
  • Audio/Visual/CATV Installations
  • PC Installation
  • Overhead Paging Equipment
  • Computer Room Build-out
  • Desktop Workstation Support
  • Nurse Call
  • Wireless Networks
  • Equipment Delivery
  • Moves Adds Changes (MAC)
  • Telephone Support
  • Security

We go out of our way to achieve the highest possible standards in all that we do. Our number one priority is to provide quality work at a reasonable cost, eliminate delays and problems associated with the business. SPC will provide our customers with 120% satisfaction on all projects.

Company Information

Structured Plus Communications (SPC) staff has been serving the structured cabling industry in the Colorado area for over 30 years. SPC is dedicated to designing, building and maintaining today's complicated network infrastructure systems.

Experienced Staff

SPC professionals have many years of experience in the design, implementation and service of structured voice and data cabling plants. SPC technicians are trained by several manufacturers in the latest cabling technologies, including:

  • AMP NET CONNECT Systems
  • BICSI Certified
  • Leviton Telecom Installer
  • Comscope/Systimax Structured Connectivity Solutions
  • Panduit Solutions
  • Hilti Certified
  • Bogen Systems
  • Heritage Medcall Systems

Unions & Subcontractors

SPC utilizes its own staff to design and implement each installation.

SPC is a non-union organization.

Single Point Project Management

SPC assigns a full-time, experienced Project Manager to each job to provide a single point-of-contact for all communications between SPC and the Customer. The Project Manager establishes the project plan, determines and allocates tasks between the SPC Team, and coordinates all aspects of the job. By attending all scheduled meetings, the Project Manager acts as a communication link between the Customer and SPC. The Customer will receive regular up-to-date status reports and the Project Manager will communicate information to the SPC Team to ensure on time, successful completion of the project.

Project Implementation and Control

Project schedules are tracked and controlled by our Operations group. Detailed implementation schedules are available after SPC has received all necessary construction schedules and documents from the owner or general contractor. SPC specializes in small/large projects, Mac tickets and will go beyond the call of duty to complete work within the specified time frame.

Service Department

SPC provides services for moves, adds/changes and the service and maintenance SPC customers need. All SPC technicians carry radios, which allows for frequent communication between office and field personnel. Requests for service can be made in several ways including faxed forms or calls to our service department. Once a service call is placed a work order is created and a technician is scheduled. SPC normally responds to scheduled service requests within two (2) business days. In most situations SPC can respond within two (2) hours for emergency service calls.

Insurance

SPC is covered under its own corporate master policy maintained by our Home Office in Denver, CO. Upon award, SPC can request that the owner or general contractor be added as an Additional Named Insured and a certificate as such provided.

Warranty

SPC provides a 5-year warranty on all cabling and on the workmanship that is performed as part of any project. In addition, all materials used for a project have a manufacturer warranty that may apply. In the event that any materials fail to work as intended, due to a factory defect, the manufacturer warranty would be applied.

Contractor Standards Recognized

All of the following standards and codes will be recognized and adhered to in relation to structured cabling installations:

TIA/EIA-568-A-1995 (Commercial Building Telecommunication Cabling Standard)
Defines a standard for building cable systems for commercial buildings that support data networks, voice and video. It also defines the technical and performance criteria for cabling.
TIA/EIA-568-A updates (1998-1999)
The TIA/EIA-568 was updated several times through this time period. Update A1 outlined propagation delay and delay skew parameters. Update A2 specified miscellaneous changes. Update A3 specified requirements for bundled and hybrid cables. Update A4 defined NEXT and return loss requirements for patch cables. Finally, update A5 defined performance requirements for Enhanced Category 5 (Category 5E).
TIA/EIA-568-B.1-2000 (Commercial Building Telecommunications Wiring Standard)
The year 2000 update packages all the previous addendums and service updates into a new release and, most important, specifies that Category 5E cable is the preferred cable type that can provide minimum acceptable performance levels. Several addendums were also released that specify technical information 100-ohm twisted-pair cable, shielded twisted-pair cable and optical fiber cable.
TIA/EIA-569-A-1995 (Standard for Telecommunication Pathways and Spaces)
This standard defines how to build the pathways and spaces for telecommunication media.
TIA 570-A-1998 (Residential and Light Commercial Telecommunications Wiring Standard)
This standard specifies residential cabling.
TIA/EIA-606-1994 (Building Infrastructure Administration Standard)
This standard defines the design guidelines for managing a telecommunications infrastructure.
TIA/EIA-607-1995 (Grounding and Bonding Requirements)
This standard defines grounding and bonding requirements for telecommunications cabling and equipment.

Testing

All category 5e, 6 and 6e UTP cables will be tested with the Fluke DTX 1800 Cable Analyzer. Each cable will be documented with its actual performance results in the following categories:

  • Length
  • Propagation Delay
  • Delay Skew
  • DC Loop Resistance
  • Attenuation (Insertion Loss)
  • Return Loss (RL)
  • RL @ Remote
  • Attenuation-to-crosstalk Ratio (ACR)
  • ACR @ Remote
  • ELFEXT
  • ELFEXT @ Remote
  • Power Sum ELFEXT
  • PSELFEXT @ Remote
  • Power Sum Next
  • PSNEXT @ Remote
  • Power Sum ACR
  • PSACR @ Remote