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At Dynamic Cable, we're proud of our past achievements and of our reputation for taking on the tough projects. Over the years, we have completed several high-profile installations, each with their own unique obstacles and hurdles, yet all were accomplished successfully with skill and determination. At Dynamic Cable, our knowledge goes a long way - towards your company's success.

El Paso, TX to Chihuahua City, MX: Long Haul Fiber Project.

For a desert build through the badlands of Mexico, this project, at first glance, seemed typical to Mickey Redwine, CEO of Dynamic Cable, as he performed the pre-engineering feasibility route study from a helicopter. What wasn't expected were the challenges his crews would face from both a Drug Cartel and an extortionary former State Governor. Read the entire article.   View photos from the project here.

Dynamic Cable Sets World Record Boring the Potomac River near Washington, D.C.

This crossing required a record 6,600 feet of drill and leave 5" pipe. In order to do the job, Dynamic Cable purchased a boring rig with 436,000 pounds of push/pull force and 57,000 feet/pounds of rotational torque. During the project, a number of design and engineering changes were accomplishments in order to install the pipe and inner ducts - without damage. The customer was very satisfied with the project because it was completed under schedule and at a minimal cost. Read the entire article as written in Trenchless Technology Magazine. Read the entire article as written in Communications Construction Magazine.

The Puente Grande River Bore... "The Devil's Directional Bore" near Guadalajara, Mexico

This bore was one that the local Mexican Nationals said could not be done due to a Devil's Curse. After overcoming many obstacles, the bore was completed and the people of Mexico celebrated with the Dynamic Cable employees as they completed the impossible. Read the entire article as written in Pipeline & Utilities Construction Magazine.

The Lake Catherine Bore near Slidell, LA. "Island Hopping"

Fighting swarms of mosquitoes and gnats in the Rigolets Pass in Lake Catherine, Dynamic Cable installed the 5,000 ft. island to island bore linking Qwest Communication's southeastern U.S. fiber optic route. Despite numerous hurdles, including moving the equipment to the site (a 45-minute boat trip-during good seas), or fighting a variety of soil conditions, including sand, gravel, a shelf of rock, and blue marrow clay, Dynamic Cable completed the entire project in just 25 days. Read the entire article as written in Underground Constuction Magazine.

The Guadalupe River Bore near New Braunfels, TX.

Due to catastrophic rains in the spring of 1998, a large sewer line was damage under the river. The City of New Braunfels called Dynamic Cable to make an emergency repair on their largest force main serving their city to prevent millions of gallons of untreated sewage flowing unchecked into the river. Dynamic Cable was able to assess their damage, submit a bid and begin moving their equipment and crew on site within 24 hours of being contacted. Dynamic Cable was able to correct the problem within 10 days when normally this would have taken months. Read the entire article as written in Underground Constuction Magazine.

The Cox CATV Build in the Historic French Quarter of New Orleans.

The installation itself was exceeding difficult due to the confined working conditions, the lack of accurate utility records and unknown location of existing utilities - not to mention the many requirements for historic preservation. Nevertheless, Dynamic Cable accomplished an outstanding achievement by completing this 3-year project in only 18 months.

Asset Security

In lieu of placing fiber duct banks and petroleum pipelines at great depths to protect the assets from terrorists and vandals, Dynamic can design and implement a security system that is much more cost effective.

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El Paso, TX to Chihuahua City, MX: Long Haul Fiber Project.

For a desert build through the badlands of Mexico, this project, at first glance, seemed typical to Mickey Redwine, CEO of Dynamic Cable, as he performed the pre-engineering feasibility route study from a helicopter. What wasn't expected were the challenges his crews would face from both a Drug Cartel and an extortionary former State Governor.

read more

The Puente Grande River Bore... "The Devil's Directional Bore" near Guadalajara, Mexico

This bore was one that the local Mexican Nationals said could not be done due to a Devil's Curse. After overcoming many obstacles, the bore was completed and the people of Mexico celebrated with the Dynamic Cable employees as they completed the impossible.

read more

Dynamic Cable Sets World Record Boring the Potomac River near Washington, D.C.

This crossing required a record 6,600 feet of drill and leave 5" pipe. In order to do the job, Dynamic Cable purchased a boring rig with 436,000 pounds of push/pull force and 57,000 feet/pounds of rotational torque.

read more

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