Mason Technologies, Inc. | 517 Commack Rd. Deer Park, NY 11729

West Coast Office | 2488 Tripaldi Way Hayward, CA 94545

WBE | BICSI | OSHA | OGS | OMWBE

info@mason247.com | Tel:  (631) 234-6565 | Fax: (631) 234-2111

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"We are the ones that do the work. We are the boots on the ground" - Jennifer Mason

PROFESSIONAL SITE SURVEYS

No Two Buildings are Alike. Our Free Site Surveys will let us see how we can Best Help you

 

Complimentary Site Surveys are always given to qualified individuals to provide the customer with professional technical recommendations with no sales pressure.

 

Our FREE site surveys are designed to inspect and evaluate your current technology situation and requirements and provide future considerations you may not have thought of.

 

Understanding Expectations

 

We want to understand your operation, the types of devices you use and connectivity requirements for the present and future. This way we have a strong understanding of your business and how we can accommodate any needs prior to a walk through.

 

Obtain a Facility Diagram

 

Before getting too far with the site survey, locate a set of building blueprints. If none are available, prepare a floor plan drawing that depicts the location of walls, walkways, etc. New construction or existing construction considerations must be established prior to inspection. We would not want to drill into a wall and destroy plumbing, electrical, etc. If no diagram is available, its best to sketch out general layout design of where specific equipment is to be located.

 

"No two buildings are ever alike. Each building presents its own obstacles that we will evaluate and overcome to meet YOUR expectations and timelines." - Jennifer Mason

 

Visually Inspect the Facility

 

We walk through the facility to verify the accuracy of the facility diagram. This is a good time to note any potential barriers that may affect every stage of the project. For example, excessive heat or cold , brick walls, steel panels, firewall, ceiling height for lift trucks, etc.

 

Safety Considerations

 

Safety on all construction sites for all employees is paramount for ensuring zero injuries throughout the course of the project. All OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) regulations for any and all hazards are evaluated and strictly adhered to.

 

Permits

 

Our evaluation process will determine if various building or construction permits are necessary. We will work with you to ensure all proper permits are obtained quickly and before work begins.

 

Document Findings

 

Once you're satisfied that the planned location of voice and data ports, we will identify all locations on the facility diagrams and recommended additional locations.

 

A RCDD Certified Technician will review your site survey