The Mercury Group is Awarded State of Connecticut 3 Year Contract

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The contract, RFP #04ITZ0053, mandates the purchase, installation and maintenance of telephone, cabling, and peripheral systems.

The Mercury Group (, a "connectivity contractor" providing installation services for building communications systems for end users, equipment manufacturers, electrical and general contractors, has been awarded a three year contract from the State of Connecticut (RFP #04ITZ0053), beginning on September 27, 2006.

The contract award schedule includes the procurement of installation and maintenance of Telephone and Peripheral Systems cabling.

Major manufacturers represented in this contract include Avaya, Berk-Tek, General Cable, Hubbell, Leviton, Mohawk, Ortronics, Panduit, Siemon, and Superior Essex.

In addition to cable installation this contract also includes service, design engineering, project management, consulting services and MAC's (Moves, adds and changes). Mercury also offers an unparalleled expertise for major construction projects throughout the state of Connecticut for the Department of Information & Technologies (DOIT). All state agencies and municipalities can utilize this master agreement for their projects.

The Mercury Group maintains rigorous quality standards and best practices and is a BICSI certified Premier Contractor ensuring the highest level of qualified, trained technicians. Incorporated into a full time staff of 35 technicians, The Mercury Group not only has technicians that are BICSI certified but employs an RCDD designer, who is a member of the Construction Specification Institute (CSI).

About the Mercury Group

For more than 25 years we have been providing cost-effective cabling and wiring solutions as well as fiber engineering expertise for Commercial and Public clients throughout Connecticut and neighboring New England states. We stand 100% behind everything we do and strive for totally satisfied customers. We want to be your one source for all connectivity needs.




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