Structured Cabling for All Your Business Needs

Posted on 27 October 2010


The word “mason” conjures up images of old world craftsmen whose work ethic is second to none.  As their name implies, Mason Technologies honors that rigorous work ethic.  The company combines time-honored quality with the most current technology in the installation of state-of-the-art, structured cabling for data and voice systems.


Since 2002, Mason Technologies has proven itself to be the most trusted provider in its field for large installations defined as full buildings, multiple floors, and multiple structures, thousands, in fact, for a single client.  Based in New York City, the company initially serviced CLECs (Competitive Local Exchange Carries).  Like cream, it rose to the top, broadening its product-service suite to attract business customers by encompassing full life cycle management of structured cabling installation projects.  This includes system design, fiber optic installation, networking, Wi-Fi installation, testing, and deployment. The company also accommodates the installation and maintenance of low-voltage equipment critical to its customers’ business requirements.


Projects of this scope and nature require expertise, commitment to World Class service, and full compliance with applicable regulatory agencies. Mason Technologies is fully certified by OSHA, the BiCSI, and the NBFAA, and meets all pertinent guidelines established by the New York Department of State. A perusal of the firm’s website provides a full listing of its vendor Certifications. The company’s meticulously trained and experienced data cabling installers provide 24/7 response to customer needs; they take project specifications, deadlines, quality, and safety very seriously.   If your business is growing and requires a cable contractor or electrical contractor of the highest integrity, you won’t want to trust your project to anyone else.


And if your business is not growing, know that Mason Technologies is also certified by WBE (Women’s Business Enterprise) and SBE (Small Business Enterprise).  As such, they are committed to partnering with their customers to facilitate the growth of small and minority-owned businesses. 





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