Bring future opportunities into the present with a Feasibility Study
Finley Engineering and CCG Consulting have partnered to perform feasibility analysis for numerous clients. We can provide the initial feasibility study that is imperative to help you to determine the potential for economic growth and enhanced quality of life when creating your business case. From there we offer end-to-end solutions all the way through to completion of your project.
When navigating this complex landscape, turn to the experts to make sure your project is done on time, on budget and with the planning and quality that is expected. The future of broadband is now! Don’t get left behind and lose out on potential future revenue!
A typical feasibility study has a few key components:
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About the Experts
|Dawson has worked in the telecom industry since 1978 and has both a consulting and an operational background. He and CCG specialize in helping clients launch new broadband markets, develop new products, and finance new ventures. CCG, the largest telecom consulting firm in the country in terms of clients, has a varied telecommunications practice and helps clients with engineering, regulatory, operation and planning issues. Dawson also writes the daily blog http://potsandpansbyccg.com, which covers a wide range of topics for broadband and related subjects.|
|Andy Heins serves as Director – Strategy and Operations, for Finley Engineering. Mr. Heins leads strategic discussions and planning with clients across multiple markets and initiatives, from broadband planning, feasibility and implementation to energy integration and planning. Mr. Heins is a veteran of the telecommunications industry and began his career at Finley in early 2009. Prior to joining Finley, Heins was the General Manager of Alma Communications Company in Missouri. While with Alma, Heins assumed various management and operations roles, and in 2006 deployed the first 100% Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) network in the State of Missouri.|