Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport :  Provided technical resources to city, county and airport officials during the project design development phase. Administered the design and engineering coordination for transmission equipment for the SONET backbone and the 5,300 miles of fiber optics pathways.  Provided support for determining requirements & schematic design through the bid phase, design development phase and furnished construction documents for the premises distribution and fiber optic systems, which were budgeted in excess of $30 million. Completed designs featuring open architecture “any to any” connectivity with redundancy using controlled fiber cross connects for easy connection to all facilities and spaces throughout the entire facility.

Additional work entailed the a feasibility of shared telecommunication service among the tenants and the possible revenue potential. Managing the personnel assigned to Outside and Inside Plant design groups and the drafting personnel. Developed the standards for building cabling design, and equipment layout for all functional buildings. This included both the Fiber and Copper plant for the City and County of Denver  Administration building telecommunications systems design and implementation support. Also, instrumental in the design, and implementation of the FDDI and SONET networks involving over 2000 data and voice workstations and related communication infrastructure

 

                 

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