Jay Romlein came of age during the dawn of the space age and the beginning of the computer revolution, so it’s only natural that he pursued a career in engineering. As a Senior Electrical Engineering Designer, Jay brings to life designs that make practical and efficient use of space, materials, and capital while supporting technology. He keeps abreast of current tech trends and developing standards to create infrastructures that last.

A Registered Communication Distribution Designer, Jay’s expertise includes design of network architecture. His reach is broad: from cable types to routing equipment to best practices for all types of uses and environments; security systems, retail point of sale, intelligent buildings, audio visual, data centers, traffic control and broadcast.

His favorite project involved 21st century technology in a 19th century building: The Idaho State Capitol renovation. Jay also worked on the Idaho State Police building in Pocatello, which included three internet service providers and extensive coordination and relocation efforts.

Jay draws his inspiration from nature, duty to his country, service and love for others, and his family.

Licenses and Certifications
BICSI – Outside Plant Designer (OSP) Professional
BICSI – Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD)

Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI)

Jay D. Romlein, RCDD, OSP

Senior Electrical Engineering Designer

Continuing Technical Education 2000-2014
Electrical System Design for Non-Electrical Engineers, University of Wisconsin, 1995
AutoCAD 12 and LISP programming, University of Wisconsin, 1993
Electronics, Madison Area Technical College, 1989-90
Engineering Graphics, University of Miami, 1986
Civil Engineering, University of Southern CO,1976-77