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Considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California is a monument to American innovation. Although today it is not the world’s longest bridge, it was upon its completion in 1937. Spanning 1.7 miles, construction required over 80,000 miles of wire.
While you may not have 80,000 miles of wire in your structure, if your building caught fire, you would want all of your wire insured. In this modern age, a building without electricity and internet is only a barn. Let us make sure you are covered, from building wiring to the spanning of your roof.