Wellington Telecommunications

Wellington Telecommunications designs, installs, maintains, and repairs the cabled and wireless networks for conveying voice, data, and digital video communications required to support a rapidly evolving industry. With certified Registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD) engineering capability, Wellington warrants that any system installation will comply with applicable performance standards ensuring outage-free networks.

Wellington Telecommunications has the expertise and resources to provide the premise wiring and advanced fiber systems required to support the increasing demands for computing power, better broadband, and data storage capacity. Wellington's experience in the most current broadband and data technologies, coupled with its inside and outside plant capabilities, provides the company with the opportunity to continue to serve the expanding needs of the financial services, education, and healthcare sectors.

Featured Project


UPMC has embarked on a mission of providing the latest state-of-the-art vision and rehabilitation medical facility that will offer vison care, rehabilitation, and ophthalmic research.

Wellington Power Corporation – Telecommunications Division was selected by UPMC for the Vision and Rehabilitation Tower because of a longstanding and successful relationship, trusting them for the $400M communications, infrastructure, video surveillance system, intrusion detection, and access control system project.

The project includes construction of the 10-story, 893,000 SF vision and rehabilitation tower, as well as a 483,000 SF parking garage with 2 underground levels and 6 aboveground levels. The balance of work includes research labs, rehabilitation center, general office space, vivarium, conference rooms, and surgery and procedure rooms connecting directly to UPMC’s existing Mercy Hospital.

Wellington’s portion includes:

  • 21,300 LF of fiber optic cable
  • 1,400,000 LF of category 6A data cable
  • 3,500 LF of coax cable
  • 31,550 LF of copper backbone cable
  • 140,000 LF of security cable
  • Build-out of 23 data closets
  • Installation of 550 wireless access points
  • Installation of 388 security cameras
  • Installation of access control for 511 doors