Fibre-To-The-Curb (FTTC)

Fulton Hogan, in a strong partnership with the major Australian communications carrier, NBN Co, is delivering the innovative Fibre-To-The-Curb (FTTC) technology to create connected communities across Melbourne, Victoria.

In preparation for construction of this major communications network upgrade, Fulton Hogan’s design partners ready the design to deliver a full GIS spatial data set and construction plans.

Using our knowledge of communication network construction, Fulton Hogan brings our depth of expertise to provide a truly constructible design, including actively updated digital design in the field.

Along with a large self-perform team, and carefully selected specialist subcontractors, Fulton Hogan constructs each service area under the careful supervision of experienced and dedicated engineer and field supervisory teams. With this level of commitment, Fulton Hogan was the first to activate FTTC, bringing this new technology to the people of Coburg, Victoria.

 

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LOCATION Melbourne CLIENT NBN Co VALUE Not specified START February 2017 (Design) END June 2019 CAPABILITY Communications (Wireless)

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