BSN, or “Blue Skies,” was formed by American telecom, technology and other entrepreneurial veterans with a shared interest in the opportunities presented by the convergence of telecom and IT as well as asset ownership. Then, upon finding a traditional telecom services enterprise well positioned for greater and more innovative growth in this converging space, BSN acquired it. That company was Lemcon Networks. Lemcon Networks, then itself a division of the international construction conglomerate Lemminkainen Group out of Finland, oversaw some 30 offices globally. And with Lemminkainen exiting the telcom space to better focus on its core construction work, BSN organized the acquisition of the North and South American offices of Lemcon Networks from Lemminkainen.
Since this acquisition, the Blue Skies group has expanded the company’s capabilities and service offerings. In the USA, Blue Skies Networks, LLC, a Delaware corporation, sometimes doing-business-as “Lemcon Americas,” continues to provide the North and South American managers and staff with: targeted business development assistance, project financing, enterprise management technology tools, strategic guidance and similar support on a 24/7/365 basis. Legacy Blue Skies’ relationships and channel partnerships are injected into North and South American operations, with the assistance of those able and experienced regional managers (who in turn draw upon skills and experience derived from Tier-1 telco deployment and project work in over 40 countries).
Lemcon Americas’ clients now include Tier-1 carriers, tower owners, OEMs, turf vendors, engineering firms, businesses, as well as various national and local governments. All of these customers rely on our staff and technical knowledge to deliver five-nines (99.999%) network availability.
The exacting and quality-oriented European engineering roots of this company’s corporate pedigree are clear to clients, and evidenced by our predictably and routinely meeting customer’s demanding cost, schedule, and technical specifications.
This corporate culture is combined with a very American sense of innovation and drive. New solutions are collaboratively developed, skillfully applied, and then measured for effectivity and strong cost-benefit for the client. The client’s problems are adopted, and then owned and troubleshot, until resolution.