Today, City of Brighton officials joined ALLO Fiber at Barr Lake State Park for the groundbreaking ceremony of a new, 100 percent fiber-optic network. This fiber partnership ensures that Brighton will have world-class service by providing businesses, residents, and governmental entities with access to high-speed internet, TV, and phone solutions.
“State-of-the-art telecommunications is a vital component of a thriving, modern community,” Mayor Greg Mills said. “ALLO Fiber’s presence in the city ensures that Brighton will remain among the most competitive economies in Colorado and beyond.”
ALLO is partnering with local contractors to build its fiber-optic network throughout the City and construction is already underway. Residents and businesses will receive advance notice by mail about necessary work in yards and easements. ALLO teams may also knock on doors to explain the process and answer any questions.
Expected construction process:
Step 1: ALLO designs the fiber-optic route to provide service to businesses, homes, and governmental entities
Step 2: ALLO partners with contractors to install underground ductwork
Step 3: ALLO accesses each splice vault and pedestal to splice the fiber that will connect to your business or home, then tests the connection to ensure fast, symmetrical upload and download speeds
Step 4: When you order internet, TV, and phone service, ALLO connects the fiber from the pedestal to your home or business before your service installation
“We're thankful for the City staff's involvement in navigating inconveniences for community members and are pleased to begin our fiber network build in Brighton,” said Bob Beiersdorf, ALLO Regional General Manager of Colorado. “This will allow us to offer internet speeds and network reliability that only fiber can provide for the city's high-growth future and provide all the benefits of a Gigabit Community to the City of Brighton."
For more construction information, please visit AlloFiber.com/Brighton.
About ALLO Communications
ALLO Communications has specialized in providing world-class communications and entertainment services by creating gigabit communities for 20 years. In 2003, ALLO began building its first Gigabit fiber communities and today provides ubiquitous fiber networks in more than 30 communities in Nebraska, Colorado, and Arizona, with a total population of over one million supported by more than 1,300 ALLO team members.