Data, mapping, and modeling for the communications industry
Datasets and custom models to help you make decisions about communications or utilities infrastructure.
CostQuest is a broadband consulting firm specializing in real-world engineering principles, telecommunications regulatory knowledge, and geospatial expertise to create targeted solutions for public and private sectors.
Who We Are
CostQuest Associates (CQA) is a leader in the communications consulting industry in the knowledge of costs, network modeling, telecommunications economics, and regulation. CostQuest is now blending communications knowledge with data science to develop the most accurate data to support business decisions and policy related to broadband deployment.
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State Broadband Maps Need Granularity
Maximize Broadband Funding with Granular Mapping With federal and state funding rolling out to expand broadband infrastructure, the time for states to develop a granular state broadband map is now. […]
History of Broadband Mapping
The history of broadband mapping is just a blip on the telecommunications timeline, but it’s an important one to explore. With advancements in data over time, Broadband Mapping continues to […]
CostQuest Hires Richard Rousselot as Senior Consultant
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cincinnati, Ohio, 6/21/2021 – CostQuest is proud to welcome Richard Rousselot as the newest addition to the CostQuest team, working from his home office outside of Denver. […]
National RCN & RCNLD Models
Clients: AT&T, Verizon, Frontier Staff: Luis Rodriguez, Charlie Burkhardt, Bob Garringer Model: CostQuest RCN Model CostQuest provides Valuation and Appraisal support using widely accepted appraisal methods, including cost, sales, and income-based analysis. Our […]
CostQuest President Testifies on Broadband Mapping
In a pivotal discussion about the future of broadband mapping, CQA President/CEO, Jim Stegeman was called on as an industry expert. Stegeman and others discuss potential ways to improve the accuracy of publicly available coverage maps through location-based and polygon-based reporting. The now passed Broadband DATA Act was an important topic.