The company has an excellent reputation both locally and nationally as a leading telecom engineering service provider, and their growth in Small Cell over the last few years is impressive.
WALL, N.J. (PRWEB) May 20, 2019
KMB Design Group, a full service engineering solutions provider licensed in the United States and Europe, recently announced the addition of Kevin Russ, PgMP, PMP within the company to support its continued growth.
“Kevin has a strong telecom background on both the carrier and vendor side of the business having been in the industry for over 17 years. We are pleased to have him join the team to aid the expansion of our Small Cell & 5G division,” said Stephen Banks, Senior Partner of KMB Design Group. “Kevin’s understanding of the business along with his technical knowledge is a great asset.”
As a leading consulting firm, KMB has designed over 17,000 small cell nodes throughout the nation and was recently identified as the number two largest telecommunications design firm in the New York metropolitan area by Engineering News-Record (ENR).
Kevin has been in the telecom industry since 2002. Prior to that, he designed and built aerial tramways in the USA and overseas. Kevin started his career in telecom specializing in solutions for Landmark Sites in NYC before working on the carrier side for both AT&T and T-Mobile.
“I am excited to start this new position with KMB,” Russ says. “The company has an excellent reputation both locally and nationally as a leading telecom engineering service provider, and their growth in Small Cell over the last few years is impressive. I look forward to supporting and leading the Small Cell & 5G division.”
About KMB Design Group
KMB Design Group is licensed in 50 states and is a leading telecommunications, mep and solar engineering firm with locations in the New York, Austin, Charlotte, Orlando, San Francisco and Chicago metropolitan areas. KMB provides a full range of offerings, including structural, mechanical, electrical, solar, civil engineering and construction management services.