At Fairfield Communications Group, we have been consulting, installing and supporting communications systems since 1983.
We have well over 1000 installed systems, ranging in size from 2 to 300 endpoints.
We have engineered and implemented solutions for single and multi-site organizations, using cloud and traditional platforms.
We at Fairfield Communications Group are acutely aware of the rapidly changing face of telephone technology today. We understand that our customers are counting on us to be a reliable source of answers to their telecommunications questions.
Throughout the years we have earned our reputation by responding to our clients with competent and informed solutions, based on customer needs, not our profits.
We understand that working with our customers is a long term relationship, based on providing a service founded on fair pricing, integrity, professionalism, and proficiency.
Experienced Telecommunications Experts
Bob Evans - Vice President/ Systems Engineer
Bob has been working at FCG since 1987 and is factory or manufacturer certified on multiple networking and telephony disciplines, including systems from manufacturers like Panasonic, Zultys, Microsoft, Cisco, Multitech and others.
He has been responsible for the design, installation and support of hundreds of systems over the past 29 years, in a wide variety of sizes and applications.
After graduating from the University of Bridgeport with a Mechanical Engineering Degree, Bob served 8 years in the United States Marine Corps as a motor vehicle mechanic, and is a veteran of Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
He is also an enthusiastic and published semi professional photographer, documenting many events for the local youth organizations in his hometown of Bethel, CT. www.BobEvansImages.com.
You may also hear Bob on the airwaves, as he is an avid amateur radio operator, W6RSE.
Richard Evans - President and Founder
Dick founded Fairfield Communications Group in 1982, originally as Fairfield Phone Store. He started his business after serving 24 years in the United States Air Force as a Communications Technician and Engineer, where he was responsible for designing and installing most of the command and control centers on USAF bases in Western Europe during the Cold War era.
Dick has spent his entire professional career, more than 45 years, in professional and military grade communications technologies.
His vast experience in this field, from the early days of divestiture through to today's IP technologies, makes him an invaluable asset to any organization that is interested in communicating effectively.