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Disaster Relief Update

Intranet Communications Group (ICG) has been completely restored and is here to help with any disaster related recovery projects throughout the Southeast region of the country. Currently holding a GSA Schedule 70 contract, we are prepared to assist with all services from low voltage cabling, IP security and IT services.

New Field Project Manager

William has worked for Intranet Communications Group (ICG) as technician for almost three years with 26 years of Fiber Optic Cabling experience. He is now increasing his responsibility with his new role as Field Project Manager. His experience is enhanced by BICSI and multiple manufactures

As a Field Project Manager William will oversee commercial projects and government task order awards from beginning to end, manage several other technicians at ICG and complete site visits for commercial projects. He will also work with Vice-President, Craig Blease on all project aspects of developing and management of commercial projects and ensuring efficiency with customers

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