Highlights from 50 years of client success
Since 2004 Dixon has managed the maintenance of Roger’s national long-haul fibre network and moves from the Quebec/Ontario border to the west coast of BC.
Since 2009 we’ve deployed the company’s wireline and wireless networks.
Highlights of our work include:
- Urgent response to emergency outages and fast restoral of the network
- Building a collection of networks including all shore approaches and terrestrial infrastructure:
- Coquitlam to Vancouver
- Vancouver to Point Roberts
- Point Roberts to Cordova Bay
- Cordova Bay to Victoria
- Victoria to Whidbey Island
Dixon designed and built a 200 km fibre optic network from Chapleau to Timmins, Ontario for Ontera.
The objective was to enable the Province of Ontario to ‘Connect the North’.
We delivered a solid telecommunications infrastructure, engineered with precision to sustain Northern Ontario’s severe winters.
With this project, Ontera met its obligations to its northern customers, permit providers, landowners and users of public rights-of-way.
Dixon was contracted by Bell Canada to design and build approximately one-third of the 13,000 km Alberta SuperNet.
The SuperNet is a Government of Alberta fibre optic initiative to link 4,700 libraries, schools, hospitals and provincial government offices in 429 communities across the province.
This 3-year project involved liaising with a roster of vendors and building owners from both the private and government sectors.
What Our Clients Have to Say:
It is not often that a contractor can come into a community, as Dixon Networks has in Fox Creek, and complete so much excavation without generating any negative comments.
Mayor, Fox Creek
My staff and I congratulate you on a job well done. Your workmanship and quality of finish work has definitely left an impression. I would highly recommend your firm to other organizations.