Connectivity Point worked with the owner of a classic New-England style store to re-wire the building for technology.
Colucci’s market was closed in March 2013 following a two-alarm fire that was the result of arson. A little over a year later, the historic variety store atop Munjoy Hill in Portland, Maine, became Hilltop Superette.
Soon after fire repairs began, the need for more extensive work on the building
was revealed, including the need for complete wiring replacement.
Connectivity Point installed network cabling that could be used for telephone and/or computer equipment, and a video surveillance system.
Most importantly, Connectivity Point installed a new fire alarm system. Connectivity Point is proud to help re-instate a local community icon.