Fiber Optic Permitting

Owatonna, MN | Energy


ISG provided Owatonna Public Works with professional engineering services for new fiber optic installations.


Drawing and permitting at several crossings for a new fiber optic cable installation.


ISG was hired by C&L Communications to provide professional engineering services for new fiber optic installations in and around the City of Owatonna area. These services included drawings and permitting for several roadway and railroad crossings for a new fiber optic cable installation. ISG’s team created site plans for Owatonna Public Works using existing information provided by C&L Communications, that were developed in a manner that facilitated permitting of the associated crossing.

In addition, ISG provided permit application, submittal, and representation services throughout the project by reviewing local and state requirements, as well as prepared project letter, narratives, and other supplemental information as could be required by Local Government Units. This was inclusive of four total permitted crossings.

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