Felipe Molina has over 20 years of experience in the installation and termination in different categories of horizontal cabling including optical fiber. After working for several years in large companies, Felipe decided to found Genesis Cabling Solutions, LLC. In August 2010, the company was formed and since then Felipe has carried through on his commitment to quality, responsibility and dependability.
While working at Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) Felipe felt compelled to enhance his skills and knowledge along with the troubleshooting ability of both copper and optical fiber, particularly within the Data Center. He received his BICSI ITS Technician certification which is an established credential program designed to provide a level of assurance to the industry and to the consumer that an individual has knowledge in a designated area of information technology systems (ITS) design or installation. The BICSI professional designations are valued internationally and are recognized throughout the ITS industry.
As a company, Genesis Cabling Solutions, LLC is committed to providing excellent customer service with the motto that "no job is too big or too small". In addition to dependability and service, the team at Genesis is very passionate about cabling. They really love what they do!
Genesis also cares about their customers and incorporates this caring through safety participation and compliance with:
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA®) that sponsors, controls, and publishes the National Electrical Code (NEC®) within the U.S. jurisdictional area. The NEC® is intended to protect people and property from electrical hazards.
Genesis meets and complies with authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) specific concerns, National Electrical Code (NEC®) and ANSI/J-STD-607-A standard to provide design and installation guidelines for electrical and telecommunication grounding and bonding systems. Genesis also pays attention to small details; they care about what you do not see (e.g. fire stopping systems on penetrations, well-ordered termination behind patch panels, well-dressed cables inside TR, cables hangers every 48" along cable paths, etc).