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GREENBELT, MD – October 5, 2022 – JSI is pleased to announce that it has acquired Mitchell Engineering, a veteran telecommunications engineering and consulting firm specializing in outside plant (OSP) engineering and design services. This development is only the latest in a series of strategic acquisitions by JSI in recent years, designed to further enhance the company’s ability to deliver comprehensive broadband services and solutions to communications providers across the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and key US territories.

“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Mitchell Engineering to our growing JSI family. By adding their expert team to our ranks, we not only gain their decades of industry experience and insight, but we also further strengthen JSI’s premier outside plant engineering capabilities, which in turn, support the continued growth and success of our clients throughout the United States,” JSI CEO Tasos Tsolakis commented. “We are exceptionally pleased to be able to join forces with such a high-caliber team as Mitchell Engineering during this unprecedented period of growth for our company, for our clients, and for our industry at large.”

Brian Whitaker, PE, President of Mitchell Engineering added, “This development represents a valuable opportunity for our employees and clients, alike: by joining JSI, our team will gain access to an exceptionally broad range of resources, further ensuring that our clients’ needs are met at every stage of their businesses.”

Mitchell Engineering, which is headquartered in Wills Point, Texas, has been providing telecommunication engineering and consulting services to clients in rural America for more than three decades and has completed hundreds of fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) projects in that time. Following this acquisition, Brian Whitaker will continue to lead the Wills Point team joining and expanding JSI’s Fiber Network Design & Engineering division.

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