INVISIBLE
WIFI INSTALLATION

In 2019 Deutsche Bank implemented an ambitious project to fit the majority of its German branches with public Wi-Fi networks for customer use. This required the planning and retrofitting of access points.

It was particularly important to the customer that the retrofitting work was “invisible” and therefore did not affect the high-quality aesthetics of the bank’s branches. In practice this meant that the shortest route was not always the ideal cabling solution.

KEY FACTS

  • Category: Rollout
  • Customer: Deutsche Bank
  • Location: deutschlandweit
  • Responsibilities: Qualit├Ątssicherung
  • Timeframe: 2019 bis 2020
  • Number of branches: 12

Contracts for the installation work were awarded to multiple general contractors throughout Germany. The scopio team was entrusted with the task of overseeing retrofitting work at 12 flagship branches, the goal being to ensure nothing but the highest quality workmanship.

WHAT THE
PROJECT MANAGER
HAD TO SAY

// An extraordinary project. Our role was to ensure the quality of the work carried out, but first we had to be available on site at each of the 12 branches to assist the local general contractor in drawing up a plan of action. This involved in-depth analysis of cable routing and careful decisions on how to proceed. It was often a tricky process, but exploring the ins and outs of each available option paid dividends every time. //

Berlin

Name:
Carsten Grzendek
Tel:
+49 (0) 30 240 853 49
Email:
[email protected]