Jim Connors

Jim Connors


Jim Connors is President, CEO and Owner of Capitol Cable Communications Inc. His current role is business development and corporate affairs management. His telecommunications expertise is OSP (Outside Plant) and MDU (Multiple Dwelling Unit) construction with an emphasis on underground telecommunications delivery systems. He has over thirty three years of experience in the telecommunications industry.

Jim Connors along with his partner Jim Ayres formed Capitol Cable Communications Inc. in 1998 to provide engineering and construction services for the RCN/Pepco joint venture, Starpower. Capitol Cable Communications Inc. provided the majority of support for the construction build in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Jim and Capitol Cable Communications Inc. have grown to provide services to today's leading telecommunications and technology providers such as Comcast and Verizon. Under Jim's guidance the company has expanded to provide services to Information Technology and Cyber Security organizations including Northrop Grumman, Computer Science Corporation, SAIC, and other leader's in the industry.

Prior to forming Capitol Cable Communications Inc., Jim was a founding partner of Excalibur Cable Communications Inc. Jim's leadership at Excalibur cable was an integral part in the company growing to provide telecommunications installation and construction services in over 24 states throughout the US including becoming one of only 4 Master Services Contractor's for PrimeStar in the entire US.

Jim Connors is a graduate of the University of Louisville.

Sean Foley

Sean Foley

RCDD, Vice President of Technical Operations

Sean Foley is Vice President of Technical Operations for Capitol Cable Communications Inc. He has over 26 years of experience in the Structured Cabling industry and is a Subject Matter Expert in the field of Secure Space systems installations. Mr. Foley is a BICSI certified Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD), a Crestron Digital Media Certified Designer (DMC-D), and he holds limited masters electrical licenses in the state of Maryland. His various roles in the company include technical consulting, Structured Cabling and Audio Visual system design and engineering, project management and delivery, and new business development. Sean Foley is a founding member of Capitol Cable Communications Inc., established in 1998. He has successfully delivered numerous complex Structured Cabling systems and Audio Visual installations for Lockheed Martin, CSRA, DOJ/DEA, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Accenture Federal Systems, DSS, Windermere, and Chenega Government Consulting. These project deliveries include the design and installation of cabling systems in over 450,000 square feet of SCIF space.

Sean Foley also acts as a technical advisor for Capitol Cable's current Comcast Business support contract which includes Metro Ethernet and Cellular Backhaul Fiber Optic Network engineering and construction.

Prior to Capitol Cable Communications Inc, Sean Foley served as Operations Manager for Excalibur Cable Communications Inc. and Installation Manager for Jones Communications Inc. and Maryland Cable in Prince George’s County MD.

He has attended University of Maryland University College and Chesapeake College.

Jeffrey Roberts

Jeffrey Roberts

Construction Manager

Jeffrey Roberts is the General Manager of Capitol Cable Communications. With over 3 decades of experience in the communications field, he has management experience on the national, as well as regional and local levels. His field of expertise extends to the design, construction, and systems implementation, as well as project management, and corporate operations.

Jeffrey's knowledge entails all aspects of communications delivery systems for voice, data, and video over both copper and fiber, as well as multiple broadcast sources. He is an expert in HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coaxial) distribution systems and is Capitol Cable Communications' advisor for OSP (Outside Plant) construction.

Jeffrey previously worked for Excalibur Cable Communications where his responsibility included the management of several regional jobsites performing telecommunications installation and construction services for large Cable TV MSOs (Multi System Operators) throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

He has spent more than 50 years in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region, and has attended both Prince Georges College, and the University of Maryland.