Los Angeles, Culver City, Phone jack, data Network cabling, VOIP, phone Voice Mail, WiFi systems

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Specialists in Structured Cabling, Data Cabling and Network Cabling Installation services. Expert in Phone system and jack installation, Data networks , Fiber opticWiFi wireless AP, PA , Video monitoring and DVR installation.  
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 About City of Culver City:


Spanish Explorers claimed California in the 1500s but it wasn't until 1769 that King Carlos III of Spain mandated colonization. Father Junipero Serra then began to establish missions, which functioned as the center of activities from San Diego upward, between 1769 and 1823. The Native Americans in this area traversed this valley in search of food. Because of their proximity to the San Gabriel Mission, (est.1771), they were called The Gabrielinos. 

In 1781, a nearby settlement began as "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles". Early families that settled in La Ballona Valley came on different expeditions. Francisco Salvador Lugo, for example, came on Rivera's 1774 trip from Sinaloa, Mexico, and was one of the soldiers present at the founding of the pueblo of Los Angeles in 1781. He and his descendents served in different places before they arrived in this valley. Another soldado, José Manuel Machado and his wife, Maria, traveled from Sinaloa, Mexico on the Rivera expedition of 1781. Machado continued to serve as a soldier in different locations until he retired to the pueblo of Los Angeles in 1797. Jose Machado's death in 1810 forced the sons to provide for the family's future. Agustín and his brother Ygnacio Machado, after unsuccessful attempts to acquire land near the pueblo, decided to settle in this valley and raise cattle on Rancho La Ballona which they established in 1819 with two partners, Felipe Talamantes and his son Tomás. Landgrants became confused under Spanish and Mexican rule, and eventually California won independence, becoming our 31st state in 1850. Culver City was formed from portions of the 14,000 acre Rancho La Ballona (Machado/Talamantes property) and Rincón de Los Bueyes (Higuera/Lopez property). 

It was Harry H. Culver, from Milford, Nebraska, who dreamed of a balanced city. He started plans for the city that carries his name in 1913, and it became an incorporated entity in 1917. He established the city in a temperate zone, along a transportation route, alongside railroad tracks, halfway between the growing pueblo of Los Angeles and Abbot Kinney's resort of Venice. Culver City began to do the business of developing itself, as a 1.2 square mile area, centered about our little Main Street. In the early days of the city, the trustees concentrated on the actions necessary to form the city. City tracts and streets were named and paved, a numbering system was adopted, and employees hired to take care of the business of the city. The Fire and Police Departments were established. The economic balance had begun, with the studios forming the early economic base. Industry came in the form of Western Stove in 1922, then the Helms Bakeries in 1930, and then the Hayden Industrial Tract was established in the 1940s. Prohibition spawned a plethora of night spots and bootlegging in the 1920s and 1930s, with World War II stalling growth in the 1940s. Car Dealerships replaced the night spots on Washington Boulevard in the 1950s. 

Over the years, more than forty annexations increased city size to about five square miles. Culver City transitioned from a general law city to a charter city in 1947. In addition to city government, schools became a part of the community, and by 1949, Culver City had its own Unified School District, meaning that education was available through secondary school. The five-member Board of Education governs Culver City's public schools just as the five members elected City Council governs the city. Other elected city officials include the City Clerk and City Treasurer. By 1971, the City Council became aware of the need for redevelopment and formed the Culver City Redevelopment Agency. The first major project accomplished under the Agency was the Fox Hills Mall, which opened in 1975. Redevelopment is ongoing. By the year 2000, the city had quadrupled in size and became a community of nearly 40,000 residents.









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Local and nationwide services

  1. Single Point of contact and accountability

  2. Total installation solution , One stop for all installation and deployment projects 

  3. 24x7  nationwide support services

  4. On line, real time project or service  ordering , tracking and status reporting 

  5. Culver City Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6e, Fiber, Cat 7 Cabling

  6. Backbone and CKT ( analog , digital , T1 ..etc. ) extension, cross connect and testing  Culver City

  7. Culver City Copper Cabling  ( I.e coax, audio , video , surveillance)

  8. Culver City Router , switch and hardware Rack and stack

  9. HUB room, MDF and wiring closet  design and installation Culver City

  10. HUB room, MDF and wiring close redesign or clean up Culver City

  11. Data center hardware installation  Culver City

  12. Culver City Data center clean up and rack / stack

  13. Culver City Fiber backbone installation 

  14. Component and software loading and integration

  15. Culver City Network conversions and upgrades

  16. Culver City Technology upgrade, Conversion and remediation  

  17. Digital Signage Installation & deployment Culver City

  18. Culver CityLarge screen TV and projectors cabling and installation

  19. Kiosks / ATMs Roll-out Installation Services Culver City

  20. WAN / LAN / WLAN installation Culver City

  21. Culver City A/P  coverage design and installation

  22. Culver City Intercom, Music & Paging Systems

  23. Surveillance Cameras / CCTV Culver City

  24. Culver City Staging, configuration / imaging & Asset Management       

  25. Specialty Cabling Solutions Culver City

  26. Culver City Security / Physical Access Control / Fire Alarm Systems Installation           

  27. Vendor Management - Single Point of Contact

  28. Nationwide Technology Rollout Culver City

  29. Moves, Adds and Changes Culver City

  30. Culver City UPS installation and Battery replacement support

  31. Culver City Site survey, assessment and information portal

  32. Culver City On demand work force for temporary project staffing

  33. Project and deployment web design Culver City

  34. Office technology system installation ( site survey, design, programming and installation )

    • Phone systems, Voice mail ( Digital, Digital Hybrid and VOIP systems ) Culver City

    • Culver City WIFI , Access point ( AP ) system 

    • Public Announcement ( PA ) system  Culver City

    • Culver City Video Surveillance and camera system 

    • Video distribution systems, large screen TV and monitoring and signage Culver City

    • POS and Scanner system  Culver City