FTTP, SEP & BAU BT works


Morrison’s Utilities on behalf of BT/Openreach have a requirement for high-speed fibre delivery in these areas.


KMCO Group helped to design, plan and deliver high speed “Passive optical networks” and “Business as usual” in all the above regions.

Passive optical networks (PON) -  is a system that brings optical fibre cabling and signals all or most of the way to the end user. Depending on where the PON terminates, the system can be described as fibre-to -the-curb (FTTC), fibre-to the-building (FTTB), or fibre-to-the-home (FTTH).

KMCO Group supplied cabling, jointing, overhead and testing crews on this project. We delivered  PON areas on time during 2016/2017. These works are still ongoing.

Business as usual – All daily works required to maintain/renew current networks.

KMCO Group provided a full range of crews to carry out any required daily works. This includes fibre & copper cable pulling, fibre splicing/copper jointing and testing. We have complete 1600 orders from Jun 2016 to Jun 2017. These works are still ongoing.


Highly trained and experienced staff.

Working with the client to help with design and planning.

All programmed deadlines achieved


KMCO Group continuously provide a well-balanced service to our business, meeting ambitious targets whilst maintaining quality, safety and customer focus. KMCO provide the flexibility that is crucial in our sector which puts their services that key notch above their competitors.

Jason Read

General Manager

Morrison Utility Services