Why Choose Hylan

Infrastructure projects both large and small require reliable partners. Construction delays and lack of experience can create incredibly costly problems for you and all parties involved. If you want your projects completed correctly, on time and within budget, choose Hylan.

Our 60+ year history speaks for itself.

Since our founding in 1960, we have curated a team of experts, affectionately referred to as our Hylan Family, who are extremely well-versed in projects at all stages. From our experienced and trusted management team to our large, well-trained workforce you can be confident your project is in good hands. Our customers span from global multinationals to local businesses, from government entities and Tier 1 carriers to telecommunication and data center providers, and our “cradle to grave” offerings have allowed us to cultivate a thorough understanding of all projects at every stage.

Over the years we have been able to refine our operations, resulting in extremely efficient processes that allow us to deploy projects rapidly, avoid operational bottlenecks, and complete projects consistently. We maintain the highest quality standards, so you can be confident that when you work with Hylan, the job will be done right. At Hylan, Our Biggest Concern is Building You a Solid Foundation.

Case Studies and Testimonials

Don’t Take Our Word For It, See What Our Customers Say.

Hylan offers full-service turnkey communications solutions and electrical infrastructure design and construction services for wireline, wireless and smart city municipal services across the United States. We are the parent company to Hylan Datacom & Electrical, Hylan West, Down Under Construction, and Western Utility with current offices and facilities in New York, New Jersey, Arizona, Illinois, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah and Virginia.

To learn more about the work we’ve done across the US, check out our case studies and testimonials below:

Hylan is partnered with Global InterXchange, LLC (GIX), on a metro dark fiber network build via the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) tunnel. The new fiber network between 60 Hudson Street and 165 Halsey Street will make GIX the first diverse carrier-neutral dark fiber company to construct through the southernmost Hudson River Crossing Port Authority train tunnels in the last 20 years.

“This critical project redefines how the dark fiber market is served in Lower Manhattan and Northern New Jersey.  Due to the complexity of this build, we needed a general contractor with the experience and in-house resources to go above and beyond the typical fiber pull. Hylan has met all of these requirements and more, serving as a true and highly valued partner throughout the entire process.” – Joe Falco, President of GIX

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DataGryd, a premier data center provider in New York City, was seeking to expand the footprint of its data center into the 6th floor of the existing facility at 60 Hudson Street. This project required working with a construction company well versed in telecommunications infrastructure builds to assist with the electrical build. Enter Hylan and its comprehensive “cradle to grave” solution, serving as the initial selling point for DataGryd. But what really made Hylan attractive, in the early stages, was Hylan’s extensive experience in telecom infrastructure construction. Read More

Crosslake Fibre

“Hylan’s ability to be flexible and nimble in mobilizing experienced teams in the field nationwide quickly validated them as our partner of choice to complete our North American fiber optic network. We were delighted to leverage Hylan’s full suite of fiber installation services from design to finished product on this critical corridor.”

Mike Cunningham, CEO of Crosslake Fiber.

When choosing a construction partner to build a brand new, 85-mile fiber build from Ashburn, Virginia, through Arcola, and on to Manassas, DF&I, a pure play wholesale provider of dark fiber and conduit networks to carriers and enterprise customers, knew that it needed to consider metrics other than price. Read More