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Upstate NY – Otsego Electric Cooperative

In Upstate New York Benton is working with Conexon, in partnership with the Otsego Electric Cooperative, on an FTTH project encompassing both the outside plant construction, splicing, and drop installation of over 800 miles of designed plant. We have successfully built over 745 miles of Aerial Fiber construction and splicing, along with 1,600 drops constructed in just over 24 months. We continually remain ahead of project goals and schedules. 

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Central Oklahoma – East Central Electric

Working  with Conexon, in partnership with the East Central Oklahoma Electrical Cooperative, this multi-layer FTTP project consisting of more than 6,000 miles of new build aerial and G-fiber construction, splicing, installation, testing, and activation. Having launched in March 2019, we're happy to report that we've already constructed nearly 750 miles of fiber, activated several service substations, and completed over 7,000 drops to-date.

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Midwest – AT&T and MetroFiberNet, Inc.

We are currently working with AT&T on a light gig-fiber build and completed nearly 75 miles of underground fiber construction in the last 18 months.

We wrapped up a 2 year long FTTH construction project with MetroFiberNet, Inc. in 2017, having constructed over 200 miles of OSP and drop installations. 

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Northern Texas and Oklahoma – Cable One

As a decades-long service partner to Cable One, Benton has had the opportunity to work on several fiber builds throughout the MSO's nationwide footprint. In just 18 months, we were responsible for the completion of nearly 150 miles of fiber construction throughout Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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Chicago, IL – Verizon

Benton recently wrapped up a multi-year, small-call site project in December of 2018. The project consisted of 110 miles of aerial and underground fiber construction, site to site construction, splicing and maintenance.