Here’s a review from one of our customers we wanted to post.
Modern Services low voltage job on our 18 million dollar facility.
My name is Aaron Slater. I am the IT Director of a company called Pyramex Safety Products. I have been in the IT industry (in one form or another) for over 20 years. I have observed the industry go through various transitions of how support and services rendered are handled. Unfortunately, in today world, the quality of a job is directly dictated on how much effort one puts into micromanaging every facet of a project. This unfortunate realism is only compounded based off the very scale of a project. Unforeseen issues, delays, and missed deadlines are to be accounted for if there’s any real chance of completing projects as scheduled.
As my career has progressed, I have found that there is a real need for writing reviews of providers. It’s unfortunate that almost all the reviews I write are of the negative persuasion. This is mainly used as a method to encourage the provider to either finish what they promised or for showing incompetence in the manner to which they approach the project. It’s one of the few tools consumers have these days when wronged by providers. I rarely feel the need to write a positive review because a company met a deadline that was padded, to begin with.
This brings me to Modern Services. I can honestly say that they’ve not only met all my expectations but far exceeded them in every facet of this project. Brad’s team can be summed up simply as relentlessly hard workers. It doesn’t matter the day of the week or the time of the night. They are committed to the job with not just professionalism, but also a positive attitude. This project was a large one, so I have gotten to know these guys on a personal level. You just can’t help doing so based off (not only) how they conduct themselves but also the uniquely infectious personalities each of them possess. I am honored to call these guys friends and look forward to many more years of working with them
This project consisted of all the low voltage for a brand new 18 million dollar facility. Without getting too deep into the project, I can provide some basic details. 4000 + ft of Fiber, 51,000 + ft of Cat6, numerous Coax runs, 4 IDFs, and the MDF. Most of the fiber runs where 40 ft off the ground with several others coming from underground.