(FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga.) — NEWS: On November 1, 2019 Prime Retail Services (primeretailservices.com) launched a new division focused on providing low-voltage and network integration solutions. The division, Prime-Net, will expand the company’s current management of low-voltage scopes to include self-performing technicians and the core ability to execute diverse network integration programs in the retail industry.
“In response to our client’s changing needs we are adding suites of services that cater to their technology-centric needs. Our strategy for growth has always been about performing well and adding offerings as our clients’ needs change,” says CEO, Donald Bloom.
With the launch of this new division, Prime clients have the option of getting amazing project management and execution in the areas of construction, installation, electrical, or network integration services. For years Prime has been project managing low voltage services for our clients using sub-contractors. With the ability to perform the services in house we now have greater control over the quality, cost savings, and timelines of projects.
Prime-Net is a networking integration division of Prime Retail Services that provides low-voltage cabling, network infrastructure, and Wi-Fi services to a varied client base. Prime Retail Services has been in operation since 2003 and specializes in project management, retail construction, retail installation, FF&E, millwork, hospitality, healthcare spaces. Prime-Net is headquartered in Flowery Branch, Ga. with operations in the 50 U.S. states, Mexico and Canada.
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