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Stepping in to a new market can come with many questions. While the supply of the low voltage technology systems market is expected to double in 2022 in the building market alone, there is always uncertainty. This session will discuss the steps an electrical contractor should take to get in to the integration business.
Ron Clarkson started his career in the construction industry in 1991, initially joining the IBEW. Over the past 32 years, he has highly influenced the way people see Low Voltage scopes of work. Ron developed the skills in all responsibilities to lead the Special Systems, Highway, Aviation, and Transit groups for Rosendin since 2004. Since Starting in 2004, Ron has grown his groups to over $100 million a year in Northern CA and is currently expanding nationwide. His responsibilities as Operations Manager include resource allocation, training, safety monitoring, improvement, hiring, customer relations, customer development, estimating, procurement, pre-construction services, and all operations. He also works closely with the ﬁeld on installation procedures and methods to improve and document install rates for all tasks. He is responsible for Rosendin’s success on a wide range of Design-Build projects all over the US within commercial, transit, hospital, airports, educational, and homeland security. These projects involve Bridges, Tunnels, Ports, Aviation, Smart highways, Structured cabling, Air Blow Fiber - both Micro and conventional, PON, Smart Buildings, and installation and integration of many systems. He supports his cutting-edge teams from conception to implementation and post-installation.