Thomas A. Reiman, founder and President of The Broadband Group (TBG) and more recently, TBG Network Services Inc (TBGNS), has been active in the field of telecommunications and land development since 1979. Through his combination of land entitlement, development, and telecom expertise, Tom leads TBG and TBGNS in representing and supporting many of America’s largest Cities, Utilities, and Master Planned Communities. TBG’s inﬂuence and planning expertise has also been instrumental in the creation of ﬁber broadband connected communities throughout the nation. Through these engagements, TBG has earned the respect and cooperation of Telcos, Cable TV Multiple System Operators, Internet Service Providers, and other Network partners.
TBGNS is currently contracted to complete engineering, design, construction, and activation of the 1,000 mile fiber network serving Huntsville Utilities (AL) and its initial tenant, Google Fiber.
In addition to telecommunications consulting services, TBG has also represented the nation’s largest shareholder owned utility, Paciﬁc Gas & Electric (PG&E). Mr. Reiman personally directed the Wellington, New Zealand “Telecity” project, led an Electronic Commerce Consortium for the Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC) in Austin, Texas, and created and directs content supporting the nation’s first Verizon Fios Fiber-to-the-Home Community in Brambleton, VA. Mr. Reiman’s experience includes ownership of a Cable Television Multiple Systems Operator, consultancies to multiple Broadband Service Providers, and advisory roles to local governments.
Master of Arts
University of San Francisco
San Francisco, California
Bachelor of Arts
University of California, Berkeley
Lifetime Teaching Credential – California Community College System
Community Associations Institute – Community Association Management Credential
(current and past)
- Urban Land Institute
- US Broadband Coalition
- US Conference of Mayors
- Community Associations Institute
- American Society for Industrial Security