Western Utility, which originally began as a company doing work in and around the City of Chicago, has expanded its geographic reach to include work for telecommunication clients in states beyond Illinois. Currently, the company is completing projects in Indiana, Michigan and Illinois.
In Indiana’s state capital, Western Utility is working for a large telecommunications client installing underground conduit and cable, as well as installing aerial cable, on South Street by Lucas Oil Stadium, home field of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts (project photo pictured right). The multi-purpose stadium replaced the RCA Dome and was also host to the Super Bowl XLVI in 2012. The project will be completed by mid-November.
In Michigan, Western is completing a large aerial project for a client in Detroit. The project consists of fiber cabling splicing and cable installation on electrical poles, as well as infrastructure work, for a large cell carrier.
As always, the company continues to complete numerous projects in and around the City of Chicago for clients such as public utility ComEd, Comcast and WOW to name a few.
“We work hard to develop long-term relationships with clients, completing high quality work on time and within budget,” said Bill Sanchez, director of business development, Western Utility. “Our performance results in these satisfied clients recommending and referring us to other clients and awarding us additional work in other locations and states where they work and offer products and services,” he added. “We are excited about this expansion and have plans to continue to expand our geographic footprint beyond the Midwest.”