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Very neat work, and I definitely like the color-coding idea.

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BTW, the work above the suspended ceilings is just as nice.

Now, There's the big difference.

.........Music to my ears...........

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Thanks everyone.

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Roger,
Really nice job. You are right to be proud of your crew, and they of their work.

Have you considered printing out this topic thread for your guys to read? Post it on the bulletin board?

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Roger,

You forgot to say this is the type of work
we ALWAYS do.

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Thank you Ohm-Boy.

Dstanford (David) is correct, [Linked Image] and I must also give him credit, as well as his crews who handle the systems (Data, CATV, CCTV, F/A, Access Control, etc...) on many of our projects. Good Job David. [Linked Image]

Roger



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To whomever asked: "what is craftsmanship," this is it.

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Great looking work!

Incidentially, apparently in high security enviroments--CIA HQ in Langely, some State Dept. buildings--the conduit is all required to be exposed and color coded. Odd fact this reminded me of.

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Incidentially, apparently in high security enviroments--CIA HQ in Langely, some State Dept. buildings--the conduit is all required to be exposed and color coded. Odd fact this reminded me of.

Hmmm... That's interesting. I've been wondering about the piping in the TV show Stargate SG-1, where they have racks of conduit in green and orange, and possibly other colors. It appears to actually be filmed in some old military installation. Does anyone know what we're looking at there?

(It occurs to me that whatever it is may be in Canada, as I believe their major filming is in Vancouver.)

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