R. Bruce Day, Vice President of Operations:
Bruce Day joined the SDT team in April of 2004 and currently serves as Vice President of Operations, in this role Bruce is responsible for all day to day operations for SDT’s Engineering and Technical Services Divisions. Mr. Day started in telecommunications in 1978 consulting with Southern Bell (now BellSouth) and has since worked with Sprint, MCI and General Telephone (now Verizon). Bruce has managed many different aspects of nationwide telecommunications projects, including the engineering, design and construction of large cross-country fiber optic networks as well as, consulting competitive carriers on network technology deployment.
Amanda Stewart, Division Manager, Real Estate:
Amanda joined SDT in 1998 and is the Division Manager for Real Estate. Amanda has 33 years experience in many aspects of land work including Oil & Gas Title and Leasing, Right of Way Acquisition, Corporate Asset Management and International Asset Verification and Management. Amanda and her Real Estate team have supported clients in several multi-million dollar due diligence efforts and asset transfers that exceed several billion dollars in value. Amanda is a CCIM, a member of IRWA, attended NACORE Lease Management Training and completed IDRC – Advanced Leasing Techniques for Corporate Real Estate, Manhattan, New York.
James Parcells, Sr. Technical Advisor:
James joined SDT in 2004. James has 27 years of experience in the Telecommunication Industry the majority of which was with AT&T. He held positions in Engineering, Operations, Bell Laboratories (Lucent), and Wireless where he had integral roles in 4ESS/5ESS deployment , Digital Migration, Analog retirement, and VOIP development. James currently holds CCNA and CCDA certifications. James also heads up SDT’s Managed Services.
Erik Lambert, Division Manager, OSP Construction:
Mr. Lambert is Division Manager of SDT’s OSP Construction Unit. In this role he is responsible for all of the day-to-day activities and oversight of our construction division. Mr. Lambert began his career in telecommunications infrastructure services in 1995. In 2001 Erik joined SDT as a Construction Manager. In 2003 he was promoted to Project Manager in SDT’s Wireless Division where he was responsible for a national VAD Systems install for a top US carrier. In 2006 Erik was promoted to Senior Project Manager in charge of various national OSP and ISP projects. These projects included FTTx, central office installs, data Center equipment upgrades, large scale splicing projects, underground utility projects, engineering projects and customer premise drops.