Advantage Engineers. has sold its geotechnical, environmental and materials testing division to The Kleinfelder Group, Inc.
The seasoned, dedicated team at Advantage Engineers and its Synergy Division are strategically shifting resources to accelerate the growth of its Telecommunications division. The focus is on wireless and fiber optic infrastructure development to support major wireless and wireline carriers to help meet the demand of 5G deployment.
The expert, in-house staff focuses on all phases of wireless, from site acquisition to engineering and construction management. Additionally, Advantage Engineers is supporting the needs of the top wireline carriers given the rising demand for fiber to support 5G and small cell as well as other robust applications – cloud computing, IoT and storage, to name a few. Lastly, the company offers a full suite of Layer 1 network services including planning & surveying, engineering & permitting, and inspection & verification.
“Advantage Engineers is changing the conversation in the telecom space,” says John McGrath, CEO of Advantage Engineers. “We are at the beginning stages of the 5G build out, and our clients and partners are poised to take advantage of the exciting opportunities that our services will deliver. Our holistic approach to problem solving and innovative technologies sets us apart from our competition.”
Advantage Engineers is planning to expand their telecom services to government agencies in 2020. The company currently operates in 15 office locations across the country. McNees Law Firm served as legal counsel to Advantage Engineers for this sale.