Burnup & Sims was formed, a construction company serving the growing telecommunications and civil construction market in Florida.
Jorge Mas Canosa joined Church & Tower, an underground utility construction firm and recognized the company played a vital role in South Florida's need for reliable telecommunications infrastructure.
Jorge Mas Canosa acquired the Church & Tower business - he later brought his sons, Jorge Mas Santos and Jose Mas Santos into the business.
Under Jorge Mas Canosa's guidance, Burnup & Sims and Church & Tower became one company.
Jorge Mas Santos became the company's president, his father became chairman, and the name was changed to MasTec.
nsoro was founded by Darrell Mays, a telecommunications visionary with over 20 years of industry experience.
nsoro signed a master supplier's agreement with Cingular Wireless and Verizon Wireless.
Jose Mas Santos was appointed CEO.
nsoro was acquired by MasTec, Inc. became: nsoro MasTec, now operating as MasTec Network Solutions.
nsoro MasTec acquired a construction services company in Belmont, NC - operating as MasTec Wireless Services, a division on nsoro MasTec (MWS)
nsoro MasTec acquired Cam Communications, a wire lined company based out of Chantilly, VA. Also, acquired Optima Network Solutions, a microwave construction company based out of Chino, Ca.
nsoro MasTec; Cam Communications, Optima Network Solutions and MasTec Network Services all becomes MasTec Network Solutions.
MasTec Network Solutions launches its in-house training facility Center of Professional Excellence (COPE) based in Charlotte, NC.
MasTec Network Solutions develops its own proprietary project management software tool, nSite.
MasTec Network Solutions acquires Dynamic Tower Services based out of Carencro, LA.
MasTec Network Solutions acquires Data Cell Systems based out of Winnsboro, LA.
MasTec Network Solutions acquires DYNIS based out of Columbia, MD.
MasTec Network Solutions provides major support for national initiative Warriors 4 Wireless (W4W).