Communities around the country are looking for ways to unlock the value of their fiber currency. In some communities, the destination may be a community-owned broadband utility. However, for many, the goals revolve around creating smart communication systems to drive broader community goals in education and economic development, or enhancing citizen services and experience.
Whatever their path, combining physical assets (utilities, fiber optic cables and conduits) with future-proofed public policy can enhance operations, expand services, create new revenue streams, and save money. Whatever the vision and course of action you select, the benefits can be significant and life-changing for your constituents.
HR Green’s municipal-focused professionals can help you unlock your full infrastructure’s hidden value, build a roadmap to success, and help prepare your community for the future. HR Green is your ideal partner to optimize your approach and navigate through all facets of a project life-cycle or daily operations of a department.
Bringing Broadband to Rural Users: Pikes Peak Region’s Rural Communities Looking for Broadband On-ramp – Posted with permission from The Gazette (Colorado), by Rachel Riley, May 13, 2018
The Push for Community Fiber and Broadband – Edward Barrett, Senior Director & Practice Leader (page 5 – posted with permission from ILCMA)
Unnatural Evolution – Traffic Signals to Fiber Co-location to Gigabit Service – Dave Zelenok, PE (Posted with permission from Iowa League of Cities, March 2017)
Is Additional Broadband Capacity Needed in Your Community? – Authored by HR Green’s Dave Zelenok, PE, Local Government Services Manager
Webinar Recorded 01/17/18: Learn from the Pros – Broadband Technology in Colorado – Dave Zelenok, PE and George Wentz, PE (Posted with permission from the Colorado Municipal League, January 2018)
Webinar Recorded 12/19/17: Creating a Municipal Broadband Network in Colorado Communities – Dave Zelenok, PE, and Ed Barrett
Webinar Recorded 2/2/17: Leveraging Broadband Infrastructure to Enhance Municipal Services – David Pelser, PE, BCEE, and Dave Zelenok, PE
Webinar Recorded 12/7/16: Creating a Municipal Broadband Network in Your Community – Dave Zelenok, PE, and Ed Barrett
Community Fiber Experience
5G Streetlight Assessment
Greenwood Village, CO
The City of Greenwood Village developed a 5G Streetlight assessment on costs, benefits, and alternatives to improving the streetlights within City limits.
Small Cell Infrastructure Design Guidelines
The city wanted to create a small cell design guideline document that will outline and standardize the wireless applications within the City of Aspen.
Buddy Pole Program | Citywide Fiber Deployment
Jurupa Valley, CA
Buddy poles are being removed after a strategic CIP program was developed around the design and construction of citywide infrastructure improvements
Fiber Optic Master Plan Deployment
Fiber-optic master plan deployment that could be accomplished with minimal internal funds as a way to enhance connectivity and operational efficiency.
Fiber Optic Master Planning
City of Pico Rivera, CA
The plan for Pico Rivera is to develop a Fiber Optic Master Plan which will help the city control its destiny by deploying a converged network and connected infrastructure model for future development.
Broadband and Feasibility Study Bayfield, CO
Town of Bayfield, CO
The Town of Bayfield wanted to provide reliable, cost-effective, and fast broadband Internet service to support economic development and quality of life.
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