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Building Network

Postby slmsz20 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 4:39 am

I was wondering at others experiences with the building networks that have recently been installed. It has been hit and miss in the four buildings I was recently put in charge of. I have found jacks mounted to the back corner wall in some rooms, and have found jack location to be mostly useless except in the clerks offices and the pulpit (sometimes they get it right in the library). I'm looking at a huge wire reroute project that I really do not want to do (I may just shutoff the badly placed ports and be done with it). In my previous area I was able to install my own cabling, so I could get it "right" the first time.

Does anyone else have a similar experience with the contracted wiring?

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Re: Building Network

Postby russellhltn » Sat Jan 18, 2014 10:12 am

In the case of our stake center, I specified the locations and FM hired the contractor. For the other buildings, the did it all, but I have no complaints. They put in jacks for the clerk computers and the pulpit. Depending on what else we do we may have to run more lines, but that's a good start.
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