Cablecomm
Phone 1300 149 899

1992

Cablecomm Queensland is established as a home-based business by John Dyer, installing telephone, security systems and computer networks in Brisbane homes and businesses.

1997

Cablecomm proudly becomes the preferred installer and service provider to Questek, Nurse Call Distributor Queensland.

2000

As demand increases for Nurse Call, John Dyer employs two full time technicians to service over 15 Questek sites in Queensland.

2003

Cablecomm outgrows its offices in John's home and moves to an office in Murarrie, Brisbane where the business continues to expand.

2005

John Taylor joins Cablecomm as a technician, specialising in the installation of Access Control, CCTV, PABX, DECT and other communications systems.

2006

Cablecomm wins the contract to install Questek Nurse Call systems in various nursing homes in Queensland. The standout project for this year was the installation of Nurse Call systems in the new emergency department at Brisbane's Prince Charles Hospital.

2007

Cablecomm establishes themselves as a leading specialist communications contractor for the acute and aged care industry, with a staff of six servicing over 50 Questek sites across Queensland.

2009

Cablecomm is engaged to install Questek Nurse Call in the remainder of the Prince Charles Hospital. This successful six month project involves system installs for over 630 beds.

2010

Following the retirement of Questek distributor Mike Meadows, Cablecomm Qld becomes the exclusive Queensland Questek distributor.

2011

John Taylor becomes a 50/50 partner and director of Cablecomm Qld.

2012

Following the sale of Questek, Cablecomm becomes the exclusive Queensland distributor of the Advance Care Nurse Call product range.

Cablecomm now employs seven staff including administration, sales staff, project managers and technicians.

Cablecomm services over 75 sites across Queensland including Questek and Advance Care contracts.

2013

John Dyer loses his battle with cancer and John Taylor becomes sole owner of Cablecomm Qld.

2014

Cablecomm Qld moves into their current premises in Murarrie as the business continues to grow.

2015

Advance Care releases its long range wireless system and Cablecomm Qld increases the number of Advance Care sites from 25 to over 50 in three years.

2016

With the release of Advance Care IP with RTLS, Cablecomm Qld proudly services over 80 hospitals and aged care facilities throughout QLD and Northern NSW.

Including their loyal Questek customers, the total number of sites which Cablecomm now services is over 100.