Andrew Lamont

Director, Infrastructure and Network Engineering

Andrew serves as a director of infrastructure and network engineering at HBR Consulting (HBR) and oversees the architecture, deployment and operations of a large-scale network and compute infrastructure for one of HBR’s largest managed services clients. He works closely with software development and infosec teams to design and operate solutions that adhere to HBR architecture.

Andrew has over 25 years of experience successfully developing and delivering high-performing, resilient technology solutions to meet a variety of business needs in both the public and private sector. He is customer-focused with the ability to negotiate cost-effective alliances with vendors and suppliers.

Andrew is heavily involved in finding a cure for Alzheimer’s and The Sandbox, which works with families of children with cancer and life-altering illnesses. He is also an advocate for breast cancer research and prevention.

Outside of work, he enjoys travelling with his wife, playing the guitar, and relaxing on the beach.

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