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Sparling Welcomes Bill Phelps as Technology Project Manager

January 19, 2015 - Sparling welcomes Bill Phelps, RCDD, FMP to its Technology Practice as Project Manager.

Phelps has more than 35 years of experience as a technology consultant in a wide range of network design and implementation projects, telecommunications systems, fiber optics, and security systems. He has both domestic and international experience in the telecommunications industry. Phelps was the Director of Facilities for the International School of Beijing, responsible for all facilities and major capital projects. For Enlighted, Inc. he was the Project Director for all domestic and international projects including design, installation of advanced lighting control projects. He has designed and managed projects in China, Korea, Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, India, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Okinawa. Phelps is a BICSI Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD). He is a certified Facility Management Professional (FMP) under the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).

Currently, Phelps is providing technology design and project management for Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Base-wide Upgrades, Lincoln Square Expansion in Bellevue, University of Washington Medical Center Montlake Tower Phase II, and Grays Harbor College STEM Building.