Many government projects are requiring a design professional to be both and RCDD and a PE for
their Telecommunication design. An RCDD has the knowledge to design your systems but may
not have the professional stamp and insurance needed on government projects. The P.E. provides
the engineering expertise/background as well as E&O insurance.
Keith Lane is a Professional Engineer licensed in 18 states, an RCDD as well as a network
transport system specialist (NTS) and a Telecommunication Project Manager (TPM). Lane Coburn & Associates, LLC (LCA) has a significant amount
of experience with government projects around the country where we performed the duties of
both the electrical engineer and RCDD. We are also a registered small business with the Federal
Government. Please contact Keith Lane if you are
interested in teaming with Lane Coburn & Associates.
Registered Telecommunications Project Manager (RTPM)
Highly valued credential for project managers specializing in ICT infrastructure project management. No general project management program can compete with the value offered through this state-of-the-art specialized certification.
Network Technology Systems
(NTS) Designer Established in 1995 as the LAN Specialist, NTS Designers demonstrate knowledge in local area networks (LANs) and internetworking design.
The LEED AP
(Accredited Professional) credential signifies an advanced depth of knowledge in green building practices; it also reflects the ability to specialize in a particular LEED Rating System. The LEED AP exam is divided into two parts. The first part is the LEED Green Associate exam, which demonstrates general knowledge of green building practices. The second part is a specialty exam based on one of the LEED Reference Guides