David D. Singer, President/Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
David has over forty years of experience in corporate management of sales, marketing, project management, acquisitions and equity funding. As Founder, President & CEO of an AMEX listed company leader in the wireless and sensor industry, he raised over $50 million in equity funding. David managed the development of wireless technology for the Company's customers, including: Panasonic's development of the 2.4 GHz coreless telephone (Giga-a-range), The Williams Company's wireless Automatic Meter Reading for its corporate natural gas customers, McDonalds Corporation's development of its in- store systems monitoring, and Disney's wireless data acquisition for its fleet of vehicles located at Walt Disney World. He served ten years as Vice President, Project Manager for Hatzel & Buehler, Inc., the county's oldest electrical contractor. Projects have included low-voltage life-safety system installation in hotels (Hyatt Regency-Dearborn, Westin at Renaissance Center), building automation systems at the University of Michigan, project management/engineering electrical installation for Michigan Bell Headquarters, Ford Motor Company, General Motors and Chrysler Corporation, and tenant development manager for Renaissance Center (now GM World Headquarters RenCen).
Devon Jones, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
William Devon Jones started in the construction/electrical industry at the age of 18 in 1997. He became a contractor in 2002 as a sole proprietor. His duties at the Company include: controlling daily operations for over 20 telecom engineers; hiring all staff and monitoring safe working conditions; controlling cash flow and budget planning; and negotiating new contracts. He was instrumental in helping the Company obtain Small Business certification and Disadvantage Business Enterprise certification. He was the CEO of Connect One Communications, a telecom provider, from June 2002 to November 2006. As CEO, he performed and created all sales and marketing strategies, estimated costs for new projects, designed and installed video, audio and network solutions, managed and hired sub contractors, and controlled all accounts receivable. He has a variety of electrical services certifications. He is active in the community, serving as the founder and president of a national AAU basketball club (the Yellow Jackets).
Philip Kirkland, Chairman, Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Philip Kirkland started in the construction/electrical industry in 1985. His duties at the Company include: managing cash flow aspects, and all projections of accounts receivable and payable; processing all payroll for employees and staff; helping to prepare bids; and supervising all human resource issues. He established Kidd Conduit, Inc. a leading temperature control company, in 1996, where he prepared all bids, coordinated with all trades to complete all related tasks, handled all accounting related duties, and handled all aspects of construction contracting. He has a variety of electrical services certifications including an electrical contractor's license, and has relationships with persons at global companies, such as Siemens, Honeywell, and Trane. Philip was a Journeyman Electrician, and handled all responsibilities in implementing the electrical installation of various projects throughout Northern California.