FDH Velocitel restructures after Velocitel assets acquisition by Qualtek

Following QualTek Services´ recent acquisition of the assets of the Velocitel wireless turf and Site Safe businesses from Willis Stein & Partners and Vision Capital, FDH Velocitel´s remaining business units have reorganized into FDH Infrastructure Services, the company said.

FDH Velocitel´s infrastructure engineering businesses, FDH and Stainless, have been restructured to preserve both entities´ long traditions of service excellence to the wireless, broadcast, heavy civil and power markets. The two companies now comprise FDH Infrastructure Services and will be headquartered in Raleigh, NC, and led by Senior Vice President Robert F. Lindyberg, PhD, PE. Ownership of both companies will be retained by Willis Stein & Partners and Vision Capital.

FDH Infrastructure Services (FDH-IS) is an infrastructure engineering and construction services company serving the telecommunications, power and heavy civil markets. Headquartered in Raleigh, NC, FDH-IS has more than 150 employees and offices in 7 states.

Established in 1947, Stainless is a renowned provider of tall tower design, engineering and manufacturing. Stainless has built more than 7,500 towers in over 100 countries and is a trusted partner to the industry´s top broadcasters and tower owners. Stainless is a business division of FDH Infrastructure Services.