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Pro Circuit prides itself on employing BICSI-certified technicians to ensure that every job we do meets the highest standards of quality in the industry. BICSI certification is indicative of the highest level of information and communications technology (ICT) knowledge, skill and service that you can find in a technician. Here we discuss what BICSI is and why it’s so crucial that the electricians you hire are BICSI-certified.
What Is BICSI?
Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) is the worldwide association for cabling design and installation professionals that supports the advancement of the ICT community. BICSI was founded to aid in the standardization of IT systems, which includes a broad spectrum of voice, data, audio/video, electronic security, and project management technologies. Specifically, it offers training and certification in the following fields:
- Cable network design
- Cabling installation
- Electronic safety and security
- Project management
- Data center design
- Outside plant
In short, BICSI is the de facto standard for cable installers and designers who specialize in low voltage electrical services, specifically when it comes to complex voice and data cable layouts.
Why Does It Matter?
Employing a BICSI-certified technician means that this individual has an impressive knowledge in a designated area of ICT design and installation. These technicians undergo rigorous examinations and are required to have considerable industry experience as well as demonstrate their knowledge of ICT systems. When you have this kind of technician working for you, you can rest assured that they know exactly what they’re doing. They know the ins and outs of ICT systems and will provide you with only the highest quality work.
Master Technicians At Work
BICSI-certified technicians are nothing if not master technicians at work on your behalf. They can design, install and maintain any kind of network infrastructure, no matter how complex. They can help you pinpoint exactly what you need and how to make the most out of your data and cable networks from the moment they set foot on site. From fire alarm and security systems to voice and fiber optic systems to every kind of building automation system imaginable, a BICSI-trained and certified technician has the vast knowledge and technical skill in every aspect of ICT cabling.
Check with your electrical contractor to make sure that their technicians have any of the certifications listed above. If so, you can trust that you will receive the highest quality, industry-standard work possible.