Adesta expands in Northern Virginia
September 8, 2008 -- A new office near Washington, DC will allow the systems integrator and project management company for communication networks and electronic security systems to further serve federal government initiatives.
September 8, 2008 -- Adesta, LLC, a systems integrator and project management company for communication networks and electronic security systems, announced that it has established a new office location in the Northern Virginia area to support federal government initiatives, security projects and communications networks. The new office, located in Springfield Virginia, will be known as the National Capital Region (NCR) and represents Adesta's twelfth regional office in the United States.
The new location will focus on serving both the communications and security needs of the federal government. It will also enable Adesta to provide a range of turnkey communications and security solutions for other clients within this regional area. The company cites itself as having worked with "several federal, state and local government agencies in helping to protect the nation's critical assets for over fifteen years, while specializing in the design and implementation of modern communications networks, infrastructure and world class electronic and physical security solutions for public and private customers."
"The opening of an office in the area of our nation's capital is representative of our commitment to serving the communication and security needs of our clients and our government now and in the future," says Bob Sommerfeld, president of Adesta. "We intend for this new regional activity to execute projects across the entire spectrum of our core capabilities of telecommunications, electronic security and broadband networks."
The address of the new office is 7432 Alban Station Boulevard, Suite B226, Springfield, VA, 22150. The phone number is 703-440-1333.
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