& Power Conduit System Construction
• Utility Vault
• Conduit Rodding & Cleaning
• Direct-buried Cable & Plowing
• Concrete Sawing
• Innerduct Placing
• Asphalt Planing & Grinding
• Road Coring / Vacuum
Communication & Power Conduit System
Various types of conduits are used to
accommodate communication, data, video, and Cable TV systems.
Electric power systems are run through specially segregated conduits
to avoid interference with communication transmissions and to comply
with construction codes.
Once the conduits have been
installed, the other half of The Irish Team, Irish Communication
Company, can provide the service for placing copper, coaxial or
fiber optic cable. Repair and restoration crews are also available
to locate and restore damaged cable or conduits.
in non-metropolitan areas the direct-buried method can be used to
place cable. Depending on conditions, placement methods can vary
from hand-digging to the use of sophisticated mechanized
Underground conduit systems are
pre-designed to anticipate future expansion and eliminate
unnecessary excavation when additional cables are added. Utility
vaults are an integral part of underground conduit systems.
They provide easy access to the cables in the system during
construction, repair, and maintenance. These vaults, which can be
prefabricated or poured-in-place, range in size from l'x 2'x1' to
12'x15'x15' or larger.
Rodding and Cleaning
Rodding is one of the final
procedures in the installation of a new conduit system. It not only
tests, but actually proves, the integrity of the system.
is also valuable for existing systems. Performed prior to the
installation of copper, coaxial or fiber optic cables, it gives the
system a thorough cleaning and also enables pull-ropes to be
installed for pulling new cables through the conduits in the
When performing the rodding operation, Irish
Construction always works in close coordination with our customers.
This enables customers to stay on top of their schedules and meet
There is nothing
more annoying to a customer than an unsightly area after the
completion of a project.
At Irish Construction, a project
isn't complete until the area has been filled, compacted and the
surface restored to its original state. In fact, the area is usually
better than its original state when completed.
concrete, asphalt or landscaping, the restoration work is done
quickly and professionally so there is no inconvenience to the
customer, the city or local residents.