Commonwealth Communications Provides Cabling for Creighton University Graves Hall

Aug 21, 2023

Travis Keller installs the communications cabling at Creighton University.

By: Lance Nuzum – Service Manager | Commonwealth Communications

Commonwealth Communications in Omaha, NE, was selected by Project Advocates and the Creighton University IT Team to complete the communications cabling for the new Graves Hall in Omaha, NE. The 400-student Graves Hall, opening in the fall of 2023, will be the first residence hall built exclusively for first-year students. The $37 million project broke ground in the fall of 2021. With state-of-the-art living and community space, the building is made up of 4 floors with 100 suite-style rooms.

The project was led by on-site General Foreman Travis Keller. Travis was picked for this project due to his experience working on numerous Creighton University projects, as well as his customer service skills and expertise in knowing exactly what the customer wants in the end. Due to the construction phasing of the project, manpower needed to be moved around several times. Travis was able to keep our teams moving in the right direction throughout the entire project.

Another project with Creighton University started March 2022. The project consists of building out five data closets with fiber backbone between them and running Category cabling on each floor for data and security cameras. Once cabling was completed, wireless access points were hung throughout the building.

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