Improving Facilities For Our Vets

Alamon recently wrapped up a structured cabling job that will hopefully be the first of many that directly benefit our nation’s veterans. Four Alamon technicians installed the latest in high-speed cabling technology in a Veterans Health Administration medical complex building in Los Angeles.

The work was part of a major overhaul of the structure, built in 1939. The second floor of the building was gutted after lead paint and asbestos were found, and a team of skilled Alamon installers stepped in to wire the new office spaces for voice and data.

The assignment was the inaugural contract in partnership with California company Hoover Enterprises. Owner Bill Hoover is a disabled veteran and his business is certified SDVOSB (Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business).

Alamon is proud to be part of improving care facilities for America’s veterans and will continue to pursue work with the VA, which is spending billions of dollars to upgrade its facilities throughout the country.