Geeks at Work / Computer Tamers was contracted to assist in the remodel of Rite Aid stores that were being converted to Walgreens.
Scope of Work: Low Voltage Cabling, VoIP, CCTV, Demo
With the purchase of Rite Aid stores by Walgreens, Walgreens began the five to ten day project to convert thousands of existing Rite Aid stores to the Walgreens brand. The project consisted of the installation of a large network rack, thousands of feet of RJ-45 cabling for new network jacks, CCTV cameras, VoIP phones, AP’s and POS systems. Project also consisted of programming, updating and installation of the actual CCTV cameras. Installation of multiple AP’s as well. Project was under strict QA guidelines to adhere to Walgreens high standards. This project was completed in multiple phases. First phase consisted of low voltage wiring, installation of AP’s and new rack. Additional phases consisted of working with IBM for their part of the installation, CCTV programming and then demolition of the old existing Rite Aid equipment and wiring.