Michelle Kang, Telecommunications, and New Office in Nashville

By Maraliese Beveridge
Nashville Telecommunication Group

Maser Consulting PA, a multidiscipline consulting and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce it opened a new office in Brentwood, TN. This location will predominantly house telecommunications services for the firm under the leadership of Michelle Kang, PE. As Geographic Discipline Leader, Ms. Kang is overseeing a team of over 15 professionals with a set of skills and experience complementary to the firm’s existing telecommunication division services. This expansion has created a synergy that enhances the firm’s overall telecommunication capabilities in offering enhanced services to a larger client base.

Telecommunications Division Leader Michelle Kang, PE

Michelle Kang, PE Geographic Discipline Leader for Maser Consulting’s Telecommunications Division in Nashville

“This is the perfect storm of east meets west for our telecommunications division,” stated Craig Zeidman, Division Director of Infrastructure Services for Maser Consulting. “Unifying our capabilities is a game-changer for the depth of services we can now offer our clients.”

Ms. Kang has over 10 years of experience providing engineering solutions on all telecommunications structure types for the nation’s leading carriers and tower owners. As Geographic Discipline Leader, she is responsible for continuing the firm’s growth in telecommunications and maintaining client relationships, and ensuring quality and production while overseeing staff operations.

As the Telecommunications Industry Association’s (TIA) TR-14 Ad Hoc Chair for mount analysis, Ms. Kang was responsible for leading a group of engineers in the development of Chapter 16 in TIA-222-H. She is currently part of the oversight committee for a white paper on mount analysis best practices and has been an expert panel speaker and moderator on mount analysis at the WIA and the South Wireless Summit. She has direct experience in assisting major carriers and tower owners in the development of their internal A&E standards.

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