Our Areas of Expertise

We create technology solutions designed for specific markets and individual organizations… because every application has unique requirements. Every building has its own challenges. Every customer has distinct goals. And we have the experience to recognize those differences. We design, install and maintain communication infrastructure that responds to individual needs. Yours.

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Our Services

High performing communication systems and infrastructure start with a strong team. That’s CTEC. Our sales, designer and project engineers all work together in a seamless process to create reliable, efficient systems. Unlike a sales organization or product distributor, we create end-to-end solutions, from design through installation, to service and support. Our process starts with a consultation and thorough evaluation of a customer’s facility to understand their needs as well as the building’s construction. Then we’ll develop a plan that addresses specific goals. Project engineers manage integration and installation. And certified CTEC personnel provide post-installation service and support. CTEC is your one-stop-shop for comprehensive communication and infrastructure solutions.

Completed Projects

Aramco Services

As part of the world’s leading energy company, this regional hub conducts energy research into advanced engine-fuel systems and development. With related research labs across the country and the world, Aramco in Novi Michigan is part of a network of offices that leverage scientific expertise in collaborative environments.

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University of Michigan Health System – Cardiovascular Center

The University of Michigan Health System’s Cardiovascular Center (CVC) is the home of all heart, vascular and stroke care, research and education at The University of Michigan. The CVC was named one of the nation’s top 25 cardiovascular centers in the country in 2006 and is part of the reason why the U-M Health System was named one of the nation’s top 100 hospitals in 2007.

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