Yurika has extensive expertise in constructing and commissioning telecommunications infrastructure, to extend existing networks or establish new networks.

Yurika ensures all construction activities are completed in a safe and effective manner, and project managers liaise with the project owner throughout the project and provide regular reporting on project milestones. The technical team works closely with field crews who carry out network patching, fibre splicing, backhaul testing and completion of the end to end service testing.

Yurika has completed hundreds of ‘last mile’ network construction projects (typically between 100m and 2km in length), using a combination of overhead and underground fibre, and microwave radio installations where required.

Typical services provisioned over this network to customer locations include:

  • Layer-1 (Wavelength and Dark Fibre)
  • Layer-2 (Ethernet / E-line)
  • Layer-3 (Internet and IPVPN).

Environmental sustainability and protection of cultural heritage are at the forefront of every project. Yurika is committed to the people and communities with which we work and our Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy provides a framework to effectively manage health, safety, environment, cultural heritage and security risks for the duration of projects.