Fiber-fast Internet Ready for Installation in Parts of New Market
Progress continues on fiber expansion projects in other exchanges.
October 8, 2020
Ardmore Telephone Company continues expanding fiber broadband service to areas in New Market, Elkmont and McBurg. Fiber is complete and ready for installation in some areas of New Market, while in other areas crews continue construction.
New Market-Ray Road project — Construction is complete in the areas of Ray, Hearthstone and Borelli roads, as well as Keiffer Circle. Call 800-830-9946 today to schedule your installation of fiber-fast internet service.
New Market-Hurricane project — Construction is complete for portions of Hurricane, Sharpes Hollow and Ray roads. Call 800- 830-9946 today to schedule your installation of fiber-fast internet service.
New Market-Mint Springs project — Construction is complete for the areas of New Market Road, Standing Oaks Subdivision and Mint Springs Road. Addresses will be released in the next two weeks for installation.
New Market-Union Grove project — Construction continues in the areas of New Market Road, Meadow Green Subdivision, Walker Lane, Butler Road, Henry Taylor Road and Widow Hornbuckle Road.
New Market-Deertrace project — Construction continues for areas of Deertrace Parkway and Upper Hurricane Road.
Elkmont-OLT project — Construction continues for the Elkmont OLT area, which includes downtown Elkmont, some surrounding areas and Rural Village Subdivision.
Elkmont-Whitty Mill project — Construction continues for areas of Whitty Mill Road and
Elkmont Road. McBurg project — Aerial cable continues to be installed in this area.
Summer proves hot time for fiber projects!
Ardmore-Ray Road project — This project is part of the New Market area, including portions of Ray, Keiffer Circle, Hearthstone and Borelli roads. It is complete and ready for installations.
Ardmore-Hurricane project — This area in New Market includes portions of Hurricane, Sharpes Hollow and Ray roads. Fiber construction and splicing is about 75% complete. Installations could be ready for this project as early as June.
Ardmore-Mint Springs project — This part of the New Market project covers portions of New Market Road, Standing Oaks Subdivision and Mint Springs Road. Fiber construction is just now starting.
Ardmore-Union Grove project — This project includes portions of New Market Road, Meadow Green Subdivision, Walker Lane, Butler Road, Henry Taylor Road and Widow Hornbuckle Road. Fiber construction is about 50% complete.
Ardmore-Deer Trace project — This project includes portions of Deertrace Parkway and Upper Hurricane Road. Fiber construction is underway.
Ardmore-Elkmont Whitty Mill project — This project includes the subdivision near Whitty Mill and Elkmont roads. Fiber construction has started.
Ardmore-Elkmont OLT project — This area includes downtown Elkmont and surrounding areas, as well as the Rural Village Subdivision. Construction recently began.
New Market & Elkmont Fiber Projects Move Forward
March 13, 2020
Ardmore Telephone Company crews have been hard at work in the New Market and Elkmont fiber project areas.
Hurricane Road and Ray Road — Approximately, 50-60 locations along Hurricane Road (between Frank Hereford Road and Ray Road) are available for installations. Crews are still working on Ray Road, Hearthstone Road, Borelli Road, Keiffer Circle, and part of Sharps Hollow Road (to Ray Road).
Deer Trace — This area consists of Deertrace Parkway and the north section of Upper Hurricane Creek Road. The majority of the boring is complete. Crews are expected to start plowing/pulling cable and placing handholes and peds soon. Splicing/testing will follow and then installations.
Mint Springs — This area consists of Mint Springs Road from New Market Road to near Mint Road. It also includes New Market Road from Beth Road to 501 New Market Road. Crews have just recently started boring on this project.
Elkmont CO — This is a rather large project and covers most of the downtown vicinity of Elkmont. Crews have been putting aerial cable up along Upper Fort Hampton Road and should be placing peds/handholes soon. They have also been boring around the Elkmont High School area along High School Road, Highland Avenue, Cotton Spring Street, and Vaughn Street. Crews are expected to start building the west side of downtown Elkmont soon.
Ardmore Hires Installer/Repairman
March 11, 2020
Ardmore Telephone Company wants to welcome Silas Owens to their telecommunications family. Owens started his position as installer/repairman on February 3rd.
Before coming to ATC, Owens was an engineering intern at WK&T in Mayfield, Kentucky.
Originally from New Market, Alabama, Owens was excited to come back and serve his hometown community.
“The people at the company are very friendly and motivating,” Owens says.
Owens is a graduate of Murray State University with a B.S. in agriculture. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his dog, Dale, and outdoor activities.
July 14, 2019
Ardmore Telephone Company is working to provide fiber broadband to as many homes and businesses as possible. There are crews placing fiber throughout parts of New Market, with plans to have those completed in the fall. ATC will begin on other areas of New Market late summer, which will be completed in 2020.
Legacy Homes is constructing residences in the Bellview community in New Market, which will have ﬁber internet capabilities. For updates on Ardmore Telephone’s ﬁber build and other information, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Welcome to the team!
July 10, 2019
Ardmore Telephone Company welcomed Jamie Brown to its sales team last year. In his role, Brown helps people learn more about the beneﬁts of ATC services.