I began my career with AT&T on the Kuwait Iraqi boarder delivering complex satellite and microwave telecommunications projects for the Kuwait Ministry of Defense, Air Force, Navy and National Guard. A rebuild of the entire communications network. Upon returning to Canada I joined Nortel Networks testing connectivity across North America for many of the major Telecommunication Providers.
After years of fiber optics, switching and access node implementation an opportunity to become a Project Manager on a global project emerged. After years of managing extremely large projects I founded Canadian Communications Consulting Inc.
In 2002 Sean then began consulting to large IT – Telecom companies in Canada, Afghanistan and Kuwait. As the Project Manager reporting to the Executive Teams with the responsibilities pertaining to Scope Validation and Scope Management, Resource Management, Risk Management, Manage Financial reporting, Change Control, Quality Assurance. Worked closely with the support teams daily to develop process and mitigate deployment issues for all network disciplines. Managed political issues between various levels of external and internal stakeholders, providing Contract Management and Project Closing. I held a Project Management Consultant position at TELUS Communications in the technology disciplines of ATM, IP Core, ADSL, HDSL, Optical Transport, Digital Microwave Radio, IPTV, DC Power Systems, AC Back-up Generation in supporting the Project Management Office.
After completing the Vancouver Convention Centre Project for Bell Canada I became one of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Project Management Consultants and delivered the technology.
Disciplines of IP Core & Edge devices, HDSL, Optical Transport, Microwave, IPTV, LAN, WAN, WiFi, WLAN, CATV, Bell Mobility and Bell Express View with all networks backed up by HVAC, DC Power UPS, AC Back-up Generation for three venues, Vancouver Olympic Village and Hospital, Whistler Olympic Park and Cypress Mountain.
Transported throughout this network and to the www via the network were Video Conferencing, Web Casting, International Broadcasts,VOIP telephone network and Wireless Internet network for telephone and data for the 2010 Winter Olympics.