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Utility Damage Prevention and Reporting

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Electric Conduit Construction prides itself on avoiding utility strikes and damage. However unmarked, or mis-marked utilities pose a different problem. When one is hit the contractor must accurately document the strike. It is the best way to communicate with the Utility owner and the agency responsible for proper marking. This streamlines the repair process and helps the contractor avoid costly charges.

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Confined Space Training

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Electric Conduit Construction sponsored crew training for Confined Space work. Over twenty foremen, crew members and management attended a two hour safety workshop on how to enter and work in confined spaces do it safely. Most confined space deaths occur due to toxic atmospheres.

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Long Haul Fiber Project

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Interstate long haul fiber projects move fast enabling customers to make connections and activate their networks faster.

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Speed to Market. 3000' in 2 Weeks

Monday, June 6, 2016

Our customers do their best to give us plenty of notice before construction begins. However in today's permit rich environment even they have trouble predicting when to start. When they say go, we have to be ready to mobilize

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Delivering Customer Service with a Joint Trench

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Customer service can come from anywhere. When it comes from the field where the rubber meets the road it is especially important. It demonstrates to our customers that even at the job level we care about their assets and their costs.

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Keeping the Public Safe

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

The general public does not recognize utility crews as people that keep them safe. But utility crews play a big part in avoiding disasters. Electric Conduit Construction just had a real life example of the importance of utility crews conducting their work safely and professionally.

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AGL Magazine Publishes Small Cell Article

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

AGL Magazine publishes a descriptive article about our 2015 project to bring upgraded cellular service to Grant Park before the Lollapalooza festival. This demanding project required weeks of 24/7 workweeks to complete. When it was finished the service improvement was immediately evident.

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100+ Miles of Fiber Optic Cable

Friday, February 26, 2016

Every day, more fiber is being placed throughout the major markets in the US. The drive for bandwidth and connectivity is intense. Electric Conduit Construction is playing a major role in this upgrade to the nation's communications infrastructure.

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AGL Magazine Features Electric Conduit Project

Friday, February 19, 2016

Above Ground Level Magazine, a respected trade journal for the wireless industry, featured in its February edition Vol. 13, No.2 Pg. 66, is an article on a recent project by Electric Conduit Construction which describes the entire build of a mono-pole antenna site.

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Improper Tower Work Places Lives At Risk

Monday, February 15, 2016

During its life many hands work on a communications tower. Unfortunately many contractors do not adhere to our ethic which is, "Leave the tower safer for the next climber." A recent tower modification project showed us vividly that this is not a universal principle.

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For over 60 years, we’ve built an environment within our company where safety is everyone’s responsibility. Every phase of every project, we accept nothing less than an accident-free jobsite. We believe this standard leads to safer and more productive jobsites and that’s why we’re dedicated to having the highest level of protection for our employees, our customers and the general public. That’s our standard.

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