The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), after identifying several deficiencies in grounding and lightning protection at their facilities in Montana, developed plans to correct and enhance protection of personnel and equipment at several sites. Centerline Solutions won the contract to complete the design and install the grounding and surge protection at three facilities in Miles City.
“We offer full turnkey services delivered by in-house teams and function as a one-stop shop for all things wireless by providing the skills and expertise needed for the entire network lifecycle–all under a single roof with nationwide reach,” said Dan Mieszala, principal RF engineer. “We have a successful track record with government projects on the local level and are eager to provide the same exemplary service on the federal level.”
The company, which was founded in 2011, is based in the Denver metro area, and has offices in Phoenix, Seattle, Portland, Olympia, Rochester, Tampa, Atlanta, and Honolulu. To date, they have completed work in nearly all 50 states and have teams poised for mobilization, “ready for wherever our services are needed next,” said Mieszala.
“We work as the ultimate enablers of connectivity … [which] means everything from site selection and acquisition, to construction, engineering, A&E, and ongoing upgrades and maintenance to ensure networks meet evolving needs over time,” added Mieszala.
Centerline Solutions has been listed on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies for the past three years. Centerline Solutions works with national and regional carriers; enterprise clients; and local, state, and federal government agencies, for which it has completed several notable projects.
Centerline Solutions performed the A&E (architecture and engineering) work, RF signal coordination and analysis, and public safety radio propagation and topological modeling for Rio Blanco County’s broadband project. This involved work on a dozen primary towers in the rural regions of the Colorado county. The company also helped facilitate the corresponding FCC licensing work.
“The great work that Centerline Solutions has performed on the County’s exciting project has been used by Colorado Rio Blanco County’s Planning and Building Departments, the BLM, by the Rio Blanco County IT Dept. for preparation of easements, for DOLA grant applications, and has been a critical component in Rio Blanco County’s broadband project,” said Blake Mobley, Rio Blanco County IT director.
And in Adams County, Colorado, Centerline helped implement the county’s LTE network as part of its FirstNet initiative. They performed numerous services, including test and measurement, RF engineering, site acquisition, A&E, and construction for the network, and delivered “high levels of technical expertise in all aspects of their work,” according to Adams County Assistant Director, Administration Mike Brunswig. “But more importantly, [they] were truly an invested team member in the project.”
Marianne Swager and Wendy Coutinho at US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, helped Centerline Solutions, Inc. complete its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration. Companies need this Registration in order to bid on and receive government contracts.
“The representatives at US Federal Contractor Registration were very professional and personable,” said Mieszala. “They were always responsive to questions about the registration process, which was extremely helpful for a company like ours that is new to the federal government procurement process.”
US Federal Contractor Registration helps clients complete the System for Award Management (SAM) Registration, develop winning bid strategies, and succeed as government contractors. In 2015, USFCR clients earned nearly $2 billion in government contracts.
For more information about Centerline Solutions, contact Dan Mieszala, Princial RF Engineer, at 303-993-3293 ext. 1404, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.