Posts Tagged ‘abandoned cable removal’

Blue Wave Partners with the Hilton Miami Downtown

Monday, November 16th, 2009


The Hilton Miami Downtown was in dire need of reliable and high speed internet access for their hotel guests.  As the number one complaint received by the hotel, adequate internet services became a top priority.  Installation was complicated by the layout of a 40-year old hotel with hard, inaccessible ceilings and walls, and a need for an aesthetically pleasing design and an installation that was as unobtrusive as possible to guests, staff and hotel operations.


Compuquip Newsletter Featuring Blue Wave Communications

Sunday, November 15th, 2009

Compuquip’s Quarterly Newsletter, Quip Notes, features Blue Wave Communications in their November 2009 issue.

To download a copy of the newsletter, click Compuquip Quip Notes November 2009

Blue Wave Employee Spotlight: Max Bravo

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

Max Bravo

Field Operations Manager

Blue Wave Communications

Max Bravo joined Compuquip on February 1, 2001.  Nearly 9 years later, he has grown with and within Compuquip where he started as a Computer/Printer Technician, progressed to Cable Technician in 2002, and transitioned to his current role as Field Operations Manager for Blue Wave in 2005.

Max takes special pride in providing Blue Wave clients with the support and solutions they are looking for.  He thrives in his hands-on role where he oversees and ensures the quality of work performed by all Blue Wave technicians, reads and interprets construction plans, pulls necessary permits, interacts with contractors, and verifies that all contracts are completed on time and within budget.


Out-of-Sight Fire Hazard: Abandoned Cables And Wires

Friday, August 28th, 2009

From The June 2006 issue of Maintenance Solutions Magazine. The resource on institutional and commercial facilities management.

By James Piper.

Depending on the size, use and age of a typical institutional or commercial facility today, it can include thousands or even tens of thousands of feet of cable. And a good percentage of that cable has been abandoned. Lift any acoustical ceiling panel or inspect any riser system or telecommunications closet, and the chances are very good that abandoned cables — lots of abandoned cables — will turn up.