Scott Grenon

Director of Programs

Scott brings nearly 20 years of entrepreneurial and industry experience to the team in his role as the Director of Network Solutions. Partnering with internal and external technical resources, Scott develops cutting-edge solutions for our customers that align with TCI’s overall growth initiatives. His hands-on management experience, attention to detail, and client focus provide TCI and our customers with exceptional quality and increased leadership.  Scott and his team take the lead to onboard the latest technologies that promote efficiencies across TCI’s programs.

As a successful small business owner and operator, Scott grew Grenon Electric, securing numbers of commercial and residential clients, and increasing sales year over year. Scott got his start in the telecom space with Green Mountain Communications, where he grew in his role to lead the Electrical and Technical Teams.  Later joining SAI, where he was promoted to the role of regional manager of construction and field operations, he was able to remotely lead multiple project managers and construction managers in various technical disciplines – from electrical to low voltage to DAS and small cell deployments.  Prior to joining Timberline, Scott was the Operations Project Manager for Empire Telecomm where his natural leadership and project management ability placed him in various high visibility projects and programs. Scott is a Certified Fiber Optic Technician and holds too many accreditations and certifications to list.

Scott studied guitar and sound engineering at Berkley College of Music and received his Master in Electrical License after studying at the NH School of Technology.  He is licensed in MA, NH, ME, and VT.

Scott is an active member of his community and has been a coach and mentor for the youth soccer and little league programs. He enjoys his downtime with his family and continues to jam with his friends, coworkers, and bandmates.


Master’s Degree, Electrical
NH School of Technology

Master’s Degree, Electrical
Liberty University