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ALLO construction starting in Crete

City of Crete officials and ALLO representatives met on July 31 at City Hall for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the start of ALLO fiber construction in Crete. In front, from left are: City Council Member from Ward 3 Kyle Frans, ALLO Regional General Manager Dave Miller, City Administrator Tom Ourada, Mayor Dave Bauer, ALLO Senior Manager of Plant Operations E Jarrett, and ALLO Sales Vicky Espinoza.

ALLO Press Release – Construction of ALLO Fiber’s 100% fiber-optic network in Crete will begin on Monday, July 31. A groundbreaking ceremony with the mayor and city officials was held at Crete City Hall on Monday morning. After working closely with the city to complete the necessary agreements, ALLO has partnered with local contractors to build the fiber-optic network. 

Teams will begin constructing ALLO’s fiber infrastructure throughout Crete. Residents and businesses will receive advance notice of necessary work in yards and easements through the mail. ALLO teams may also knock on doors to explain the process and answer any questions. 

This fiber investment ensures that Crete will have world-class service by providing businesses, residents, and governmental entities with exceptional internet, TV, and phone solutions over ALLO's network. Additionally, businesses will benefit from ALLO Business products, including next-generation firewall, Microsoft Teams voice, cybersecurity, and managed IT services. ALLO Business’ managed IT services proactively manage businesses’ IT environment, with an unparalleled focus on cybersecurity. 

Expected construction process: 

Step 1: ALLO designs the fiber-optic route to provide service to businesses, homes, and governmental entities. 

Step 2: ALLO partners with contractors to install underground ductwork. 

Step 3: ALLO accesses each splice vault and pedestal to splice the fiber that will connect to your business or home and then tests the connection to ensure fast, symmetrical upload and download speeds. 

Step 4: When you order internet, TV, and phone service, ALLO connects the fiber from the pedestal to your home or business before your service installation. 

ALLO Regional General Manager Dave Miller said, "We realize the construction phase of our fiber project will be disruptive, but ALLO is committed to minimizing this for the community. We understand the importance of making a good first impression so that residents and businesses will want to utilize our service and tell their friends about us." 

For more information about ALLO and updates on the construction progress in Crete, please visit AlloFiber.com/Crete