Fibre optic networks

Fibre optic networks form the nervous system of our information society. An investment in fibre optics creates a powerful communications infrastructure with high data transmission rates for today and tomorrow.

As landline and mobile traffic grow, today's data lines are increasingly reaching their limits. Fibre optic technology provides a way out of this dilemma. From FTTH to LTE, we transport data across the land and to the people.

Demand-driven network designs address the need for network security, network availability (redundant connection), flexibility down to the fibre level, and adaptability for future applications.


Route planning

  • Preliminary planning of the possible route
  • Investigating ownership rights
  • Identifying constraints and special building structures
  • Detailed route planning that also considers existing infrastructure
  • Assisting in obtaining easements (right-of-way)


Permit planning

  • Coordination of route with relevant utilities
  • Assistance with soil analyses, boundary surveys and exploratory excavations
  • Drawing up all documentation for the planning application
  • Lobbying government agencies


Realisation / documentation

  • Marking the route (preliminary construction work)
  • Supervising below-ground construction and cable laying, including final acceptance
  • Obtaining polygon point coordinates
  • Surveying the route using the Gauss-Krüger system
  • Determining the coordinates of relevant topographical elements (building corners, bridges etc.)
  • Summarising all route data in a digitised map