Addison
Addison
Ingleside
South Holland
Portage
Elmhurst
630.932.1810 1766 Armitage Court | Addison, IL 60101
815.578.1707 28030 West Concrete Drive | Ingleside, IL 60041
708.331.4468 16942 Westview Ave. | South Holland, IL 60473
219.763.1254 6030 Eagle Ave. | Portage, IN 46368
630.359.4671 650 W. Grand Ave., Suite 311 | Elmhurst, IL 60126
Addison
Addison
Ingleside
South Holland
Portage
Elmhurst
630.932.1810 1766 Armitage Court | Addison, IL 60101
815.578.1707 28030 West Concrete Drive | Ingleside, IL 60041
708.331.4468 16942 Westview Ave. | South Holland, IL 60473
219.763.1254 6030 Eagle Ave. | Portage, IN 46368
630.359.4671 650 W. Grand Ave., Suite 311 | Elmhurst, IL 60126

Fiber Optic Cable Blowing Put to the Test

PirTano was featured in an article published in Utility Products magazine as well as OSP magazine.

Read the full article here:  Issue 16 – Fiber Optic Cable Blowing

To complete the fiber installation in a timely manner while maintaining the highest quality workmanship, several highly skilled contractors were awarded portions of the route, divided geographically by county. Kelso-Burnett from Rolling Meadows, Ill., and PirTano Construction Co. from Addison, Ill., are installing thousands of feet of fiber optic cable per week.

Utility Products Magazine

PirTano Construction Co. was the first contractor selected for the iFiber project. The company has been involved with utility construction for more than 30 years, including building and splicing fiber optic rings, coaxial systems, conduit and duct systems, as well as engineering and designing systems.

Supervisor and Project Manager Terry McCurdy, said, “The company is exceptionally skilled in fiber blowing techniques. I’ve been with PirTano for years now, and we have been blowing fiber around the Chicagoland area ever since the machines came out, probably 15 years ago. We’ve been involved in all aspects of fiber projects from the installation, to splicing and testing.”

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