Joe A. Hite

Joe A.
Hite
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Customer-Owned OSP: A Project Review
This article wraps up EC&M's yearlong coverage of how cabling contractors can generate new business through customer-owned outside plant design work.
Setting the Right Course for Your Next OSP Project
By planning ahead, stringently tracking labor and materials, and documenting weekly site progress, project managers can map out their next OSP project to the last detail.
Prepare Your Bidders With an Accurate Scope-of-Work
To ensure an accurate bid on your next OSP project, a detailed scope-of-work is essential.
The Right-of-Way For Your OSP Design
When your OSP pathways cross public or private properties, right-of-way permission gets tricky. That's why many designers are hiring a right-of-way specialist.
Understanding Air Pressure Systems for OSP Cabling
Although not as common as they once were, air pressure systems do still exist, so you should prepare yourself for when you encounter one.
Protecting Your Assets with Bonding and Grounding
Your OSP system is an investment you can't afford to lose, so keeping it safe should be a high priority.
Choosing Cabling Hardware for OSP Splice Protection
Safeguarding your cabling system should be a primary concern.
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