Ryder Peeters

Technician

Ryder patching in panel
Ryder patching in panel
Jobs Completed by Ryder Peeters

Greystar Laboratories
Irving, TX

February 24, 2021
Solution Provided:

We cabled the new lab for GreyStone Laboratories.  We pulled 13 cables and installed a Leviton Quick Disconnect 24 Port Patch Panel.  We also provided a 24 port Netgear POE switch. The customer was extremely happy with the final result.  This customer called us from the internet and needed a cabling vendor that could meet him when he flew in town from Florida.  We where happy to help at his new Irving, Tx location.  

 

Golds Gym HQ
Dallas, TX

February 5, 2021
Solution Provided:

We provided several solutions for Gold's Gym new corporate offices in Dallas, TX.  The main solution we provide was network cabling with over (130) Cat 6 wire runs.  The suite had an existing two-post rack and ladder rack connected to the wall.  We stripped everything off of it and supplied all-new patch panels and wire management.  We also need to move the rack two inches from the wall to allow our vertical wire manager covers to fasten correctly.  We also installed five flat-screen tvs with wall mount brackets.  Another solution was a bring your own hardware solution, we installed seven customer provided access points for wifi and we installed four customer provided switches into the rack and patched them all in.

Reddy Ice HQ
Dallas, TX

February 3, 2021
Solution Provided:

This was a great project for us and had many different installation applications.  This Dallas data cabling job consisted of over 400 cables as well as a fiber optic demarc extension.  We installed six projectors, 6 pull-down screens, ten flat screen tv's with one being an 85" flat screen in the board room.  Some of the tv applications had Cat 6 to HDMI convertors as well as VGA extensions to the projectors.  This Reddy Ice Dallas headquarters had over 13 wifi access points installed around the office and in the boardrooms.   

Some of the challenges on this project was flex conduit under the slab that fed several cubicle farms had issues that we had to resolve to get our high count of cables into the cubes as well as some design changes that did not make it onto the floor plan version we were working off of. The customer moved over some existing cubicles from their old building which did not have the correct parts initially when installed so we had to wait until they came in for us to finish our part but we had plenty of AV work to do while we waited a few days to complete the baseboards.

On another note, we found a new restaurant we ate at several times called Don Taco which is pretty good for street tacos, or a large bowl of Caldo de res which is essentially a beef stew with large chunks of vegetables.  Just wanted to share something in the area that we thought was noteworthy to those working around 635 and Preston road area.

 
 
 

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