AFL provides comprehensive, single-source solutions to engineer and design outside plant networks. With over 30 years of industry experience, our full-service engineering management teams have integrated thousands of network sites across the country.
From planning and design to site and field engineering, AFL professionals use the latest technologies available to create reliable and proficient networks. Whether you are seeking a service partner for a small project or a complete turnkey solution, AFL will work with your staff to achieve your goals – accurately, promptly and cost-effectively.
With over 800 OSPE professionals and over 100ISPE professionals, With RUS experience, our professionals have skills that are compliant with all major telecommunications providers.
New Vision Engineering is a new process for the completion of programmable outside plant engineering projects and initiatives. By partitioning work content and directing activities to specific resources, significant savings can be achieved.
New Vision Engineering offers engineering service when needed for unit, lump and bid models, and moves the cost of recurring engineering activities to a pay-as-you-go model that is only invoked when work is at hand. Client workforce can be significantly reduced using this model.
Managed service capabilities are available to support “turnkey” projects and initiatives.
With face-to-face representatives at principle client locations, engineering resources can be maximized. Detailed, national fielding is accomplished by local AFL resources. Engineering is completed in “client proprietary” databases with electronic portals to client records and inventory.
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