‘Telecommunications Cabling: Guidance on Standards and Best Practice for Construction Projects’ By Mike Gilmore and Mani Manivannan
Whether you’re working on a small, medium or large-scale construction project, a new build or upgrade or your cabling needs are long term or short; making the right decisions at the right time will undoubtedly affect the way an investment works and the end users experience.
Correctly specified and installed cable management systems ensure that telecommunication cabling performs at its best – so it is important that cable management is considered from the very start of a project. If you work in the telecommunications industry and are responsible for installing, operating, administering or maintaining telecommunications cabling or equipment, then this book is for you.
Wave goodbye to complicated procedures
The book demystifies the process of specifying and implementing structured cabling standards, helping readers to navigate the maze of choices, the common pitfalls and key management decisions.
Optimize your time and efficiency
It is a must-read for those conceiving, designing or procuring structured cabling for the built environment, including funding sponsors, project managers, IT and finance directors, architects, building services engineers, telecommunications consultants, other specialists, quantity surveyors and cabling installers.
Transmitting useful information
Written by professionals with first-hand experience of delivering telecommunications infrastructure projects over many years, this is the first book to map out the issues, highlight the risk areas and offer guidance to those within the industry.
‘Telecommunications Cabling: Guidance on Standards and Best Practice for Construction Projects’ will enable you to:
- Effectively map business requirements to design objectives
- Design key strategies and techniques
- Recognize and manage technical risks
- Identify and supervise administrative risks
- Overcome operational and management issues
BIP 0123 is a vital reference guide for those seeking to understand the need for structured cabling, the use of cabling standards in building design and the impact of convergence in IP networks and the built environment. It sets out clear, unique guidelines for both technical and non-technical readers and demonstrates how to successfully organise cabling projects from beginning to end.
Mani Manivannan, an Associate at Arup, is a managing consultant involved in the planning, design and delivery of ICT infrastructure for capital projects. He has over twenty years experience of leading successful and innovative solutions across many industry sectors in the fields of fixed and wireless telecommunications, data networks, multimedia systems and ICT cabling for new build and technology migration projects.
Mike Gilmore is Managing Director of e-Ready Building Limited and past Chairman of BSI TCT/7, responsible for the three UK BSI Experts Panels on telecommunications cabling. Within European standardization, he is Convenor of TC215 WG1 and Secretary of WG2, which are responsible for an integrated series of standards for the design and installation of telecommunications cabling in a range of premises.
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