Yes. While it has offices in large metropolitan areas, CBG for decades has proven success working on behalf of small towns with populations in the hundreds to large cities with populations in the millions. CBG has worked on projects spanning the country from Marin County, California to Virginia Beach, Virginia, from the State of Washington to the State of Delaware and everywhere in between. No matter what the cable television, broadband or telecommunications-oriented project or the size of the jurisdiction, CBG has the resources to meet your needs.
A Community Needs Assessment, as it relates to cable television, broadband or telecommunications, can focus on one sector of the community or the community as a whole and is designed to reflect a diversity of opinions, attitudes, needs and interests of that community as it relates to a specific subject area. For example, a broadband needs assessment can focus on one area of a community (for instance, underserved or unserved geographic areas or populations) or it can focus on the entire community (for instance, an entire city’s population with diverse socio-economic, demographic, and geographic characteristics), therefore representing the entirety of that jurisdiction’s attitudes, needs, interests and opinions regarding broadband.
Its value to you is that a Community Needs Assessment for either a specific community or for the entire area, results in a comprehensive, statistically valid set of data that provides the support needed for a jurisdiction to move forward in meeting the needs of that specific population or the entire community. This is invaluable in negotiations with service providers, strategic planning for a viable and vibrant future, applying for grants to support new initiatives and being able to move in the most efficient and effective direction to enhance a jurisdiction’s quality of life.
CBG brings together the resources that you need, whatever the cable television, broadband or telecommunications project entails. CBG has team partners that are highly skilled attorneys, accountants, civil engineers and others that it has brought into various projects and will continue to do so based on your project’s needs. In such cases, CBG is the lead contractor and will ensure that all necessary entities are working together with the common goal of not only meeting, but exceeding, your project’s requirements, objectives and goals.
No. CBG Communications, Inc. is not a cable television or telephone service, installation or repair company, so we do not install, fix or repair cable or phone lines. However, CBG does work for local governments to inspect cable and telephone lines for compliance with pertinent standards and codes.
No. CBG Communications is not a regulatory agency, so it does not directly handle consumer complaints. However, CBG does work for government agencies to help pursue and resolve such complaints with the service providers involved, on behalf of the consumers making the complaint to the government agency.