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Telecom Engineering

Express-tek provides full service network infrastructure design capabilities to communications and technology companies. These companies are then able to provide state-of-the-art internet services and content to the world. To keep up with the fast-growing communications industry, Express-tek utilizes our experience, knowledge, expertise, and cutting-edge technology to provide network infrastructure design services to ensure our clients’ networks can keep up with their bandwidth demand. Express-tek offers planning, designing, permitting, and land procurement services for the development and expansion of local, regional, and long-haul network infrastructures. Express-tek employees are highly trained professionals that utilize innovative technologies to design, manage, and implement large scale fiber optic networks.

Telecom Engineering Services:

  • OSP/ISP network design
  • Aerial network design
  • Utility relocation design
  • Campus network design
  • Datacenter network design
  • Network planning
  • Feasibility studies
  • Permitting services
  • Traffic control design
  • Network cost analysis
  • As-built documentation
  • Easement procurement
  • Right-of-way research

Telecom Engineering Certifications:

  • PE
  • RCDD
  • TPM
  • NESC

Telecom Engineering FAQs

Can you provide Professional Engineer review?

Yes, Express-tek can provide a Professional Engineer review for many states along the East Coast.

Can you provide permitting services in a specific jurisdiction, locality, corporations or state and federal agencies?

Yes. Express-tek has years of experience in providing permitting services including but not limited to: Department of Transportations, cities/townships, power companies, environmental, federal agencies and railroads.

What areas do you provide Engineering services in?

Express-tek provides engineering services all along the East Coast and west to the Mississippi River.

What technology and systems do you use?

Express-tek stays on the cutting edge of technology in the telecommunications industry.  This includes but is not limited to: GPS, GIS, mapping software, pole loading software, and AutoDesk/Bentley.

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