During the holiday season, people use ladders at home for Christmas decorations. Our crews also use ladders daily. Inspection of a ladder before use can save you a trip to the emergency room, so we wanted to share this important safety information before the Holidays!
We have come a long way when it comes to job safety and protecting our employees since the iconic photo “Lunch atop a Skyscraper” was taken on September 20, 1932. Eleven ironworkers sitting on a steel beam 850 feet above the ground on the sixty-ninth floor of the RCA Building in Manhattan.
June marks the National Safety Council (NSC) National Safety Month. While we all know safety is important year-round, this month we work to highlight efforts to keep all our employees in the field, in the office, and even at home safe by pointing out things we can all do to avoid hazards and accidents. We will post a safety article once a week all through June and we hope you find the information we share informative.
The customer experience has always been a top BPG business priority because it allows us to achieve “The Best Reputation!” We are always looking to improve efficiencies. Over the last few years, we have worked diligently in creating synergy within our divisions and becoming OneBPG to maximize our efficiencies and partnerships.
Our Design Team designs and submits fiber network designs, including surveying, permitting for all local, state and federal authorities, right-of-way activities and production of construction prints. Our turnkey solutions include construction and fiber splicing to complete installation of the network design. BPG has the knowledge, experience, and understanding of how to design and deploy FTTH networks to provide future-proof technology with unlimited capacity.
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The demand for high-speed internet connections is greater now than ever before. Carriers are rushing to install fiber optic connections to homes, businesses, government facilities, smart cities, and educational institutions. In the power and energy industry, solar and wind farms are becoming more in demand as the push for cleaner energy is a priority in the private and public sectors. Power and fiber optic cable is the primary method utilized to connect the solar panels and wind turbines back to a central control center.
To meet this demand and other long-haul projects, BPG has invested in plowing equipment to meet our customer’s needs. Conduit and fiber optic plowing is a cost-effective installation method that is advantageous to our customer’s budgets and installation timelines. On average, there is a 75 percent cost saving by simply using a utility plow versus trenching on long-haul projects.
We are pleased to announce the recent acquisition of a Vibratory Plow and Pre-trip dozer to place underground facilities. Our John Deere 1050 J & K models of dozers can place direct bury fiber optic cable and 1.25”-5” conduit from 1-8 conduits. BPG, can service the lower 48 of the United States with full-service turnkey crews.