Lamar, Mo. (January 19, 2015) — Finley Engineering, a leader in professional engineering services for the telecom, broadband and energy industries, continues to build their specialized staff with the addition of Reg Given, IP Project Manager and Jeremy Mather, Utility Rates and Records Coordinator.
“The additional expertise and experience Reg and Jeremy bring to our Finley team is impressive and marries up to the increasing needs of our clients to deliver exceptional service by nailing the details of deployment, operations and maintenance within a competitive environment,” said Finley Vice President Larry Fausett.
Given’s key focus is to build and construct new IP solutions and network designs to deliver efficient, effective and robust solutions and systems for service providers and their communities and end-users. He holds multiple technical certifications and has extensive experience working with healthcare fiber networks, creating new opportunities for Finley clients to utilize his expertise and explore collaborative projects with the healthcare community.
Mather was brought on to assist clients in Continuing Property Records, cost of service rate analysis, and financing package compilation; including coordinating with outside consultants, lending institutions and governmental agencies and to control costs as part of the management of each project, ensuring that costs are kept in line with the original budget for our clients. With over 15 years of financial and management experience, Mather’s expertise melds into Finley’s broadband and energy disciplines to present clients with greater resources from one company.
For over 60 years, Finley Engineering has been a leader in the design, engineering and construction of broadband, communications and electrical power systems. Finley has over 300 employees located in ten offices throughout the U.S. and is a multi-disciplined organization offering professional engineering, project management, surveying, mapping, environmental and right-of-way services to the telecommunications, broadband, cable television, fiber optics, electric power transmission and distribution, gas pipeline, and related industries.