This job took 3 days to complete. Finishing touches need to be completed, such as testing and labeling jacks, making some of the excess wires at some of the jack locations neat, and drilling to the outside for 4 IP cameras.
Punching down the panels.
The wall where these panels are mounted on is a false wall. We were able to remove this wall to drill down to the basement to run the wiring. We then had to drill down underneath the registers to bring up a bunch of jacks (19 in total, 16 + 3 spares) We also had to drill down behind the Sheetrock to bring the wire up from the basement into the drop ceiling and run to several different locations inside the store.
Patch panels completely punched down and mounted.
The jacks for the exterior IP cameras that will be customer installed are located inside the drop ceiling. I did not want to drill the holes out and leave the wiring exposed to the elements until the cameras were mounted. Bringing the wire to the outside before exact camera placement can be determined would mean that the potential for exposed camera wiring exists. Leaving the wiring on the outside of the building with out being inside of a waterproof enclosure, such as the body of the camera also could lead to corrosion of the wire.
Time permitting, additional photos of some of the jack locations and wire runs will be added after we return to complete testing and labeling of the jacks.