Following QualTek Services’ recent acquisition of the assets of the Velocitel wireless turf and Site Safe businesses from Willis Stein & Partners and Vision Capital, the remaining business units of FDH Velocitel have been reorganized. The telecom, power and heavy civil infrastructure engineering and construction services unit and Stainless, which specializes in tall tower design, engineering and manufacturing, are now a part of FDH Infrastructure Services (FDH-IS).
FDH Velocitel’s infrastructure engineering businesses, which were restructured to preserve both entities’ involvement in the wireless, broadcast, heavy civil and power markets, will be headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, and will be led by Senior Vice President Robert F. Lindyberg, P.E. Ownership of both companies will be retained by Willis Stein & Partners and Vision Capital. FDH-IS has more than 150 employees and offices in 7 states.
Lindyberg said, “Our new organization will further enhance the quality of our service by engaging our clients more directly with the talented engineers who provide innovative engineering, nondestructive evaluation and construction management solutions for the wireless infrastructure, broadcast tower and heavy civil infrastructure markets.”
The new leadership team for FDH Infrastructure Services includes David Sisk, CPA (vice president and CFO); vice presidents Ladson Brearley, PE (site engineering); Neil Kuplic, PE (structural engineering); David Allen, PE (business development); Jeffrey Clymer, PE (T&D services); and Gregg Fehrman, PE (broadcast towers).