Excel Utility

About

Excel provides installation and engineering services to leading communication, gas, water distribution, municipalities, government agencies, military and MSO companies. Our strong customer relationships and attention to quality and safety has enabled us nearly 100% repeat business with each new customer that we have worked with.
Excel Utility Contractors is a leading provider of contracting services that installs and maintains utilities in the telecommunications (Broadband), gas, water distribution and utility infrastructure industry

PROJECTS

MAW Missouri – Water Distribution
Missouri $4,200,000

AT&T- 1,000,000’ plus installed including manholes, excavation, boring,
trenching, plowing etc.
Missouri $10,500,000

Fort Carson AFB- installed manholes, 36,500’ of various sized concrete
encased duct, 260,000’ of subduct, 60,000’ of fiber, bridge crossing of 400’
Colorado $3,269,904

Sho-Me Technologies, LLC- Installed 70 miles of handhold/Duct/Fiber by
rock saw, bore, plow, rock bore, hydro hammer, backhoe and trench
Missouri $7,500,000

Gas Distribution, MO- Installed mainline and services for distribution.
Remove and Replace ERT’s meter devices
Missouri $3,000,000

ANG Bases- Rod & Mandrel 300,000 existing duct and placed mule tape.
Butterflied and took pics of 650’ existing manholes for verification for
clear duct Mississippi, South Carolina, Georgia $700,000

Mountain Home AFB - installed 120 manholes, trenched and placed
70,000’ of duct, bored 24,000’ of duct, installed 77 building entries,
installed 98,000’ of 3-way 3 cell maxcell, and installed 350,000’ of fiber
Idaho $2,500,000

COMPANY DATA

BONDING CAPABILITIES:
Single Projects: $15,000,000
Aggregate: $30,000,000
*available bonding options above these levels

Our Services

  • Copper and Fiber Terminations and Splicing
      Fiber optic joints or terminations - where cables are terminated - are made two ways: 1) connectors that mate two fibers to create a temporary joint and/or connect the fiber to a piece of network gear (left) or 2) splices which create a permanent joint between the two fibers (right). Either termination method must have two primary characteristics: good optical performance (low loss and minimal reflectance) and high mechanical strength. Terminations must also be of the right style to be compatible to the equipment involved and be protected against the environment in which they are installed.
  • Experienced Project Managers
      Essentially, the project manager is accountable for the success or failure of a project. Typical responsibilities of a project manager include:

      Planning, Executing, and Closing Projects — defining the project, building its comprehensive work plan, and managing to the budget
      Managing Teams — facilitating commitment and productivity, removing obstacles, and motivating team members
      Managing Expectations — aligning projects to business goals, managing stakeholders, and communicating project status, milestones, and unexpected difficulties effectively
  • Testing to BICSI and EIA/TIA Standards
    • Installation of Coax or Fiber
      • Gas Distribution
        • Water Distribution
          • Telecom and Customer Provided Equipment Installation and Service

            Contact Us


            2 Industrial Drive,
            PO Box 129 St. James, MO 65559
            Phone : 573.265.0888
            Fax : 573.265.3387

            Keith Record
            President
            Phone : 314.541.6343
            Email: krecord@excelutility.com