Staff of engineering consulting firm IMEG earn CNIDP certification from CNet Training
CNet’s Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP) certification recognizes demonstrated expertise in low-voltage infrastructure design and project management.
IMEG and CNet Training recently announced that IMEG is the first engineering consulting firm in the United States to obtain the Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP) certification from CNet. The new certification recognizes demonstrated expertise in low-voltage infrastructure design and project management, the companies said.
IMEG specializes in high-performing building systems, infrastructure, program management, and construction-related services. “We strive to build long-lasting client relationships through our guiding principles, expertise, and iterative project approach,” the company says.
Jeff Carpenter (pictured), IMEG senior principal, said, “As we move into the Internet of Things era in buildings, our staff’s training and education is critically important to meeting our clients’ needs. We believe CNet Training’s approach answers an unmet need in our industry—allowing required recertification every three years to be conducted remotely. The online recertification process enables us to avoid spending finite education dollars on travel, and is reflective of CNet’s progressive thinking.”
CNet’s chief executive officer Andrew Stevens said his firm works hard to “ensure the CNIDP content is up-to-the-minute and relevant for the industry,” and that successful completion is recognized by qualification bodies. “We continue to receive significant interest in the program and look forward to upcoming programs scheduled in Dallas, San Francisco, and Chicago. I believe the interest in the program stems from our unique approach to industry education.
“We are delighted that the IMEG team has successfully completed the CNIDP and will now recognize it within their specifications.”