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Kansas City’s Lead Communications Contractor & Local Community College Team Up to Provide Next Generation Technology & Safety

In today’s day and age, there is intense pressure on network infrastructures. In the higher education sector, it leaves many challenges for administrators who are looking to meet the changing demands of its users. For the local Kansas City Metro Johnson County Community College, this challenge created a need for a turn-key contractor to design, build and install a reliable network for their staff and students.  K&W Underground, Inc. had the expert team to make that challenge a reality. Not only was K&W Underground, Inc. a local and reputable contractor in Kansas City for over 40 years, but we specialize in full turn-key operations, making us the ideal candidate for JCCC.


Our K&W team fully designed and built the new infrastructure, installed in the Fall of 2016, that connected all the buildings on campus onto one fiber telecommunications network. We then used that same platform to install a full camera security system, that also continues to benefit the college on many levels.


“As the Director of Business Development for K&W and a representative of all our employees, we are proud to be of service to JCCC and the their team headed by Sandra Warner. The K&W staff designed and constructed a very robust fiber optic telecommunication network throughout the campus that allowed for the installation of security cameras to be placed to help insure a safe learning environment for the students, faculty and employees. I would also like to thank Graybar for their expertise on the camera and security system and providing the Samsung cameras, devices and electronics for K&W to install. We are very proud to be a part of a very important and successful project,” former President, Rex Schick, stated.


We are proud to have partnered with JCCC to ensure their demands for technology, safety and growth for their campus are all met.

To learn more about our project on the JCCC campus, and to hear from students on these improvements to their campus, click here:

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