California releases RFP, seeks bids to build FirstNet alternative RAN

A newly published story from Urgent Communications reports California is seeking proposals for a 25 year RAN project, before making it’s final FirstNet decision.  (http://urgentcomm.com/ntiafirstnet/california-releases-rfp-seeking-bids-potential-vendors-build-firstnet-alternative-ran) “California last week issued a request for proposals (RFP) from vendors willing to build and maintain the FirstNet radio access network (RAN) within the state for the next 25 years, if California…

More states moving towards “opt-in” decisions

Urgent Communications is reporting two more states are moving towards an “opt-in” decision, after public safety commissions announced they’ll make the recommendations to governors to move forward with FirstNet. (http://urgentcomm.com/ntiafirstnet/vermont-florida-commissions-make-firstnet-opt-recommendations-governors) “Vermont’s Public Safety Broadband Network Commission yesterday announced that it will recommend that Gov. Phil Scott make an “opt-in” FirstNet decision prior after considering the FirstNet/AT&T proposal…

Madison County Courthouse asbestos removal project about to begin

One of Pyramid’s projects in Madison County Indiana is set to kick off after months of planning by President Terry Burnworth and Project Manager Todd Durnil. Below is the full press release issued by the courthouse this morning. (Above: Project Manager Todd Durnil explains the parking concerns of citizens and employees have been addressed.) ANDERSON…

We’ve been busy, busy bees!

Team Pyramid has been on the move this week, hopping from state to state, to convention to convention! Below are just a few updates from a very busy week! – Our first stop was in Illinois, for the 33rd Annual #IPSTAConference. – President Terry Burnworth can be seen above giving away a free consultation, which as a…