Philadelphia Computer Network Wiring Installation

Bridge Cable is the leading network data cabling installation company in the New York, New Jersey & Philadelphia Pennsylvania Areas.



Open Positions

Low Voltage Data Installation Tech

Hiring NOW! Start your career with Bridge Cable. We will train someone with basic construction experience for a great career

  • Experienced Data & Security Cabling – Network Installation $41K-$90KBridge Cable, a leader in cabling and infrastructure technologies, is seeking an experienced Low-Voltage Installation Technician to join our team in the Philadelphia and New Jersey areas.

    What We Offer:

    • Paid Holidays & Lunch
    • Paid Weekly
    • Training on cutting edge new technology
    • OSHA Training
    • Pays $20 -$30 per Hour Depending on Skill Level
    • Health and Vision Insurance
    • Travel Reimbursement
    • Vacation Time

    Schedule: 9a-5p (M-F) [subject to change with client needs]

    Construction Based Job, we work on lifts, warehouses, office complexes, must be able to lift 50lbs and ladders when needed. Travel is rare, perhaps 2 twice per year.

    We are looking for an individual who is detail oriented and can work in a fast paced environment. This is a hands-on position that will teach you how to install and troubleshoot cable while working as a team to get a job done.

    You must have: Reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, and pass pre-employment screening requirements. Able to carry 6FT Ladder with you.

    You must have basic tool kit: Cordless Drill, HandTools, etc.

    Interview NOW, Hiring ASAP. Permanent Position.

    Basic Job Functions:

    • Commercial installation, termination, pull, repair and replace low voltage cables for data, voice and security cameras.
    • Install cable supports, equipment racks and trays.
    • Terminate data jacks and patch panels.
    • Know industry standards/color codes.
    • Safety — job sites, tools, personal.
    • Work as a team or independently.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Physical work — up/down ladders, overhead, pull, push, lift, bending.
    • ** Conduit bending or Fiber Optic knowledge a Plus!

Voice & Data Estimator


Job Description

A career with Bridge Cable entails commercial technology services to include structured network cabling installation. This is a great career opportunity for the right person.

Position Summary

Seeking an experienced estimator for a permit opportunity. The ideal candidate will assist with estimating and vendor management for low-voltage projects.

Job Responsibilities

  • Create an estimate design document and specifications using ISB/OSP industry best practices for all media types, structured cabling systems, backbone cabling, grounding and bonding, pathways and space, fire stopping, technology systems, wireless, etc.
  • Assist with developing scopes of work and creation of design and project management proposals.
  • Collaboration with clients, team members, designers, subcontractors, vendors, and end-user groups throughout project design, bid, and construction planning.

The ideal candidate will possess the following:

  • Minimum of 3+ years of commercial experience
  • Must be able to design/estimate utilizing industry best practices for all media types
  • Needs to have proven skills and understanding of design, consulting, bid administration, and construction administration
  • Must be proficient in reading/interpreting construction project documents, including architectural, electrical, mechanical, and telecommunication schematics, drawings, specifications, timelines, and other relevant project documents
  • CAD experience is preferred

Network Data Cabling Installation

Some tips from our professional technicians for your office network cabling installation project can be found
on our social media channels and BLOG!

Network Cabling Fun Facts


Grommets are sometimes also referred to as a bushing or an eyelet. No matter what you may call it, they are all still used the same way. Picture this; during a new construction project, you drill a whole at the top of a metal wall frame to run your cables down the beams. A grommet is inserted after you drill the hole so that the cables are not ruined by the sharp hole.

Cable Pathways

Whenever you are pulling cable, you have to have a plan otherwise everything could fall apart.

  • Arteries: Arteries are the main horizontal pathways when an installer is pulling cable. These pathways will lead you back to your MDF and your IDF.
  • Branches: Like its name, these cables branch off of the main pathway to go down a pole, wall or column to the end location
Pulling Methods

As mentioned in “Cable Pathways”, you have to have a plan. Below are some of the common methods of pulling cable.

  • Far Point
  • Pull Feed
  • Pull Back
  • Push Pull: Typically used when you encounter errors.
  • Drop Back: Typically used when you encounter errors.
  • Coil Feed
  • Coil Toss
Cable Delivery Method

In most cases, you will encounter one or more of the following type of installs.

  • Open: Just as it sounds, this deals with open ceilings, raised floors and/or surface walls. An installer would utilize J-Hooks, Cable Slings, Bridle Rings, D-Rings and Tie-Wraps
  • Enclosed: An installer would utilize conduits, floor ducts, walls, inner ducts, cellular floors and/or columns.
  • Confined: An installer would utilize a cable tray, furniture raceway, perimeter raceway and/or power poles.

Always ensure that you label each cable. While there are many methods, utilizing at least one of them will save you headaches down the line. The most common labeling methods is by marking it with a sharpie or using a flag or wrap around printed label.

Bridge Cable Fun Facts


From day one, no matter the technician’s expertise level, we provide expert training to each member of our team. This includes tutorial videos, webinars and even on location seminars at expos or conventions. When a new product is brought on board, each team member has carved out time to get familiar with the item to be able to use it with ease when it comes time for your project.

Codes and Permits

Being local, we are very familiar with the different policies and procedures when obtaining a permit for that specific township. Our senior office staff has a vast collection of contacts in different areas ranging from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to Delaware.

Insured and Cleared for Duty

Getting straight to the point, the Bridge Cable team is insured up to $2,000,000! That being said, our team is also cleared through the state and federally to work in school districts, high profile areas as well as confidential locations.


The service technicians have a very flexible schedule and can easily maneuver around yours, no matter if you are at a commercial or residential location. In addition, our senior office staff is available via phone and/or email 24/7. This makes your life easier from the first attempt to reach out! Our entire team is here for you; whether it is behind the scenes or directly on location.

Network Map

Our senior office staff goes above and beyond for our clients! Bridge Cable will provide you with a network map that is specifically marked with all of your needs ranging from the line of sight for cameras to individual data and voice drops! This exclusive Bridge Cable option is completely free of charge, even if you are in the site survey or proposal phase of our partnership!

Testimonials, Reviews and References

Due to our network cabling team’s expert installations, many of our past and present clients have agreed to be our team’s references when required. In addition, we have even been fortunate enough to have some of our partners provide a video testimonial and/or a Google review! Check out our most recent video testimonial from one of our clients, John.