Kelly Anderson

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Kelly Anderson



Main office location Seattle, WA

Year started in industry 1980

Year started at Säzän 2006

Project types/specialty

Industrial/Manufacturing, Municipal, Commerical, Hospitality, Education, Healthcare, Federal

Kelly is a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) and licensed Electrical Engineer. He is experienced in designing, implementing, and managing power distribution, communications systems, building automation systems, information technology networks, and lighting systems for government, industrial, and commercial facilities. Kelly is a hands-on project manager and engineer, working closely with owners to develop and manage project scope and budget, determine and meet critical milestones, and manage quality control for project deliverables. The number of repeat projects over the years with public clients indicates his success. He has analyzed, designed, and implemented medium-voltage and low-voltage systems, emergency power, technology upgrades, telecommunications engineering, SCADA and controls systems, and security systems for 24/7 facilities.

Kelly received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah. Over the last four decades, he has honed his craft to become a pioneer in the field of electrical engineering. Kelly designs and implements structured cabling infrastructures for networking, communications, and building automation systems.

Since 2006, Kelly has served as Lead Electrical Engineer on most of Säzän Group’s projects for industrial and institutional clients, including Boeing. He is very familiar with Boeing standards, having previously worked on projects involving mass notification and fire alarm system upgrades. He has also worked at multiple sites for Boeing including Renton, Seattle, Bellevue, and Everett.

Dream job (if you weren’t working here!)?
motorcycle tour guide
Mountains, coast, or desert?
Favorite book?
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig
Favorite dad joke?
Whenever I say motorcycle jokes, people laugh out loud. It feels like a Triumph every time!
Best bit of advice you have ever received?
Always wear a helmet!
What would your walk-up song be?
Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf