Alabama State User Meetings
Meeting minutes 2013-2017
State Meetings started again in 2021
January 2021:  Presentation | Recording
October 2022: Presentation | Recording

Alabama Board of Directors
Ray Shum - AT&T
rs0344@att.com
(305) 409-6871

Jenna Madison - Alabama Power Company
jmadison@southernco.com
(205) 275-4355


 

Alabama Priority Codes
0 - Open
1 - Priority - Severly damaged, Osmose Priority poles, needs immediate attention
2 - Reject - Routine change out, not immediate, Osmose Reject Poles
3 - Damaged - Accident
4 - New Customer - needs change out, work by Required Date
5 - Routine Improvements - Ex. CATV make ready work
6 - Old Transfers - New ticket created to reinstate un-completed
7 - Reserved
8 - Reserved
9 - Reserved

 

Download a list of Alabama Priority Codes here.

 


About Alabama

In June of 2002, representatives of both Alabama Power and BellSouth (now AT&T) met for the first time to discuss the common use of NJUNS.  In 2003, A pilot program was initiated in Montgomery to evaluate the effectiveness of NJUNS in tracking pole transfers and change-outs.  An agreement was reached at that time to share the NJUNS set up and maintenance fees between the two utilities.  In 2005, the pilot program was deemed a success and the use of NJUNS was expanded statewide.  By the end of 2007, NJUNS was in use by a majority of pole owners and pole attachers within the combined service territory of Alabama Power and AT&T.  Currently,  there are approximately 100 registered NJUNS member utilities in the State of Alabama encompassing most of the geographical area of the state.

NJUNS provides one Alabama user group meeting a year. This gives users an opportunity to discuss NJUNS and joint use related issues.  The meeting dates and minutes of these meetings are posted within this portfolio.

 

PT+ Statistics

 

Created Closed  Tickets with Steps Completed
2005 8 336 355
2006 310 131 357
2007 981 237 727
2008 3,909 274 2,236
2009 8,500 1,548 6,374
2010 9,185 2,323 8,230
2011 9,638 2,739 8,958
2012 9,087 3,511 11,402
2013 9,393 4,167 11,111
2014 8,531 4,136 13,847
2015 9,214 3,414 12,559
2016 13,019 10,259 16,672
2017 10,100 5,310 10,221
2018 12,136 6,308 13,958
2019 17,549 5,391 16,505
2020 11,580 4,471 13,112
2021 12,253 7,926 17,132