About Fibre Technologies

Established in 1991, Fibre Technologies is engaged in the design, deployment and maintenance of key fibre optic infrastructure across the UK & Internationally, enabling organisations to expand their networks to support the ever-increasing demand for greater bandwidth.

Relied on by industry leaders

Supporting global companies including BT, Virgin Media, Liberty Global, Jaguar Land Rover, SURE Jersey Telecom, Government departments including the Ministry of Defence, prestigious further education establishments including The University of Cambridge, Imperial College London, Lancaster and Warwick, as well as the emergency services, Fibre Technologies’ in-house technical expertise, market understanding and strong customer service ethos has resulted in a loyal and long standing client base.

With key industry accreditations, Fibre Technologies is well positioned to respond to the growing demand for robust, secure and resilient fibre optic network infrastructure solutions.

Through our FTL Secure Solutions division, we are an NSI Gold Accredited provided of CCTV, Access Control and Biometric solutions to Public and Private Enterprise, including Education, Charity, MOD and Government Departments.

Associated Companies

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Our Accreditations

Fibre Technologies and its associated companies hold key industry accreditations allowing us to conduct work in a variety of environments as well as ensuring our processes and policies are audited to the high standards of ISO9001.

The Health and Safety of our clients is also of paramount importance to both us and our reputation for professionalism and quality. As such we hold accreditations which ensure we work as safely as possible when onsite, as well as ensuring all our staff our enhanced DBS checked.

Similarly our internal HR and Environmental policies are accredited to ensure we have a safe working environment whilst also ensuring we minimise the impact on the environment.

View our accreditations.

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