Board of Directors

Martin Maslonka

Spartan Infrastructure: Board of Directors

MasTec: Transmission & Substation (20112014)

MasTec’s T&S group successfully and safely executed multiple critical EHV projects with total annual revenues increasing from $67 million in 2010 to $470 million during Martin’s tenure in various leadership roles.

EC Source Services (ECS): Founding Principal, Board of Directors (2009–2011)

As the founding principal of ECS, Martin provided the executive leadership and capital to take ECS from a start-up to a best-in-class EHV firm on a national scale. ECS successfully competed against multi-billion dollar companies for major EHV projects, despite starting the company during the worst financial crisis in a generation. ECS was awarded its first EHV transmission project within 6 months of starting the company. PacifiCorp subsequently awarded one of the largest EPC transmission projects in the U.S., the 100-mile Mona to Oquirrh section of the Gateway Central Transmission Expansion, to ECS in December 2010. ECS was awarded this project over Quanta Services, a Kiewit consortium, and MYR Group. ECS completed the engineering, procurement, and construction within the 30-month schedule without a major safety incident.

Force Capital Partners (FCP): Founder & Chairman (2006–present)

FCP was the majority owner of ECS and provided the significant financial and management resources required to execute the Company’s business plan.

Maslonka & Associates (M&A): Founder & CEO (1994–2007) *Merged with InfraSource 2004

As Founder & CEO, grew Maslonka & Associates into one of the most profitable and respected high performance EHV transmission contractors in the US, culminating in the successful execution of one of the most critical EHV projects in the US: The privately financed WAPA Los Banos-Gates 500kV (Path 15) Transmission Line. While providing a very significant financial performance guarantee, Maslonka delivered this project under budget and ahead of schedule vastly exceeding historical performance comparisons resulting in huge savings (over $65M in initial capital costs and more than $100M in power purchase cost in 2005) to the California ratepayers. In addition to Path 15, Maslonka, and later InfraSource, similarly delivered other major high performance EHV projects under budget and ahead of schedule while achieving high safety standards (achieved an EMF of .72).

Merged Maslonka & Associates with InfraSource Services Inc. in early 2004, was the largest individual shareholder, and later appointed the InfraSource Director of Strategic Projects. InfraSource went public on the NYSE, (symbol IFS) in mid 2004. IFS was subsequently acquired by Quanta Services in 2007 for $1.3B in stock. Prior to founding Maslonka and Associates, Mr. Maslonka was on the management staff of JOB Line Construction, which was responsible for much of the 500kV construction in the Western U.S. from 1980 to 1994.

Casey Maslonka, CFA

Spartan Infrastructure: Co-Founder | Chairman | President

Round 2 Capital (R2C): Founder (2015–present)

Founding principal and shareholder of Spartan Infrastructure, Inc.

MasTec: Group Vice President and Strategic Advisor, Transmission & Substation (2011–2013)

Casey provided executive leadership critical to the safe and successful execution of multiple large-scale EHV projects. Total T&S annual revenue increased from $67 million in 2010 to over $400 million during Casey’s tenure as Group Vice President, and subsequently, Strategic Advisor.

EC Source Services (ECS): Co-Founder, Board of Directors (2009–2011)

As co-founder of ECS, Casey was instrumental in growing the company from a start-up to a best-in-class EHV firm on a national scale. ECS successfully competed against multi-billion dollar companies for major EHV projects, despite starting the company during the worst financial crisis in a generation. ECS was awarded its first EHV transmission project within 6 months of starting the company. PacifiCorp subsequently awarded one of the largest EPC transmission projects in the U.S., the 100-mile Mona to Oquirrh section of the Gateway Central Transmission Expansion, to ECS in December 2010. ECS completed the engineering, procurement, and construction within the 30-month schedule without a major safety incident.

As a member of the Board of Directors and executive leadership team, Casey was responsible for strategy and execution, customer contracts, finance, and the 2011 merger with MasTec (NYSE: MTZ). Early in his career, Casey worked for JOB Line Construction, Maslonka & Associates, Mustang Line Contractors, and Anderson Wood.

Force Capital Partners (FCP): Co-Founder, Managing Director (2006–2014)

FCP was the majority owner of ECS and provided the significant financial and management resources required to execute the Company’s business plan.

 MBA, Global Management with Distinction, Thunderbird School of Global Management

BBA Finance, Boise State University

Wharton Private Equity Executive Education Program

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder

Jon Maslonka

Spartan Infrastructure: Principal

EC Source Services (ECS): COO (2009–2014)

As COO, Jon was the primary project and construction management executive responsible for all major EHV transmission projects. His responsibilities included developing the construction, environmental, and safety plans as well as securing and deploying the associated specialized equipment and skilled labor required to execute multiple EHV transmission projects concurrently throughout the U.S. Jon developed strategic alliance relationships with critical industry partners to ensure that all project requirements, including engineering, material procurement and logistics, specialized equipment, and skilled labor were aligned to meet or exceed project schedules.

Jon served as the primary on-site project executive for one of the largest EPC transmission projects in the U.S., the 100-mile Mona to Oquirrh section of the PacifiCorp Gateway Central Transmission Expansion. Jon was responsible for the construction, environmental, and safety plan and was able to scale the ECS equipment fleet, skilled labor pool, and specialized tooling resources required to execute the project within the 30-month schedule. The scope of this project included engineering, procurement, and construction of over 70 miles of 500kV and approximately 30 miles of 345kV in central Utah through mountainous terrain including areas that required helicopter construction due to environmental restrictions. The project crossed the Oquirrh mountain range running adjacent to the Kennecott open pit copper mine, one of the largest open-pit copper mines in the world. This aspect of the project required extreme safety and environmental compliance standards. The project was completed on schedule and without a major safety incident. Prior to the PacifiCorp project, Jon had executive responsibility for multiple transmission projects in Arizona and Texas. All projects were completed on schedule and on budget with an exceptional safety record.

Maslonka & Associates (M&A): COO, SVP of Operations (2002–2007) *Merged with InfraSource 2004

Having worked at all levels of project and construction management over a nearly 40-year career, Jon provided an instrumental role in completing environmentally complex transmission projects on budget and on schedule while maintaining an exceptional safety record. Jon was the primary project and construction management executive responsible for all major projects including ROW clearing and road construction as well as foundation, structure, and conductor/ OPGW installation. Jon provided executive leadership for projects ranging from 115kV to 500kV, including two critical 500kV EHV Transmission line projects: the WAPA Los Banos-Gates 500kV (Path 15) Transmission Line and the BPA Schultz–Hanford 500kV Project. The Path 15 and the BPA Schultz–Hanford projects involved complex environmental compliance, extensive use of specialized transmission equipment in rough terrain environments, and extensive use of helicopter-aided construction methods. Jon implemented training and coordination programs with safety, environmental, and construction staff to provide schedule and equipment alternatives as well as alternate construction methods that served the best interest of all project stakeholders.

Prior to joining M&A (subsequently InfraSource), he was Vice President and Principal at Mustang Line Contractors, which was acquired by Quanta Services in 2002. In the early 1990’s, Jon was also a senior member of the JOB Line Construction construction management team, which was responsible for much of the 500kV construction in the Western U.S.

Justin Campbell

Spartan Infrastructure: Principal

EC Source Services (ECS): Vice President Construction (2009–2014)

As VP of Construction, Justin was responsible for developing reliable project schedules and budgets, as well as detailed construction, environmental, and safety plans to ensure that major EHV projects were completed safely and on schedule. Justin served as the on-site project manager for one of the largest EPC transmission projects in the U.S., the 100-mile Mona to Oquirrh section of the PacifiCorp Gateway Central Transmission Expansion. Justin was responsible for the daily implementation of the construction, environmental, and safety plan required to execute the project within the 30-month schedule. The scope of this project included engineering, procurement, and construction of over 70 miles of 500kV and approximately 30 miles of 345kV in central Utah through mountainous terrain including areas that required helicopter construction due to environmental restrictions. The project crossed the Oquirrh mountain range running adjacent to the Kennecott open pit mine, one of the largest open-pit mines in the world. This aspect of the project required extreme safety and environmental compliance standards. The project was completed on schedule and without a major safety incident. Prior to the PacifiCorp project, Justin was the on-site project and construction manager for the Electric Transmission Texas (ETT) Ft. Lancaster–Hamilton project. Justin and his project team constructed 115 miles of 138kV transmission line in 12 months through difficult terrain and inclement weather without a major safety incident.

Maslonka & Associates (M&A): VP Construction & Project Management (1997–2007) *Merged with InfraSource 2004

Having worked at all levels of project and construction management over a 25-year career, Justin provided an instrumental role in completing environmentally complex transmission projects on budget and ahead of schedule while maintaining an exceptional safety record. Justin served as the on-site project and construction manager for all major projects. His responsibilities included ROW clearing and road construction as well as foundation, structure, and conductor/ OPGW installation. Justin managed projects ranging from 115kV to 500kV, including two critical 500kV EHV Transmission line projects: the WAPA Los Banos– Gates 500kV (Path 15) Transmission Line and the BPA Schultz–Hanford 500kV Project. The Path 15 and the BPA Schultz–Hanford projects involved complex environmental compliance, extensive use of specialized transmission equipment in rough terrain environments, and extensive use of helicopter-aided construction methods.

Andreas Schmitz

Spartan Infrastructure: Chief Financial Officer

Round 2 Capital (R2C): Managing Director (2018–present)

Isola Group: Global Technology Manufacturing Company (1998–2017)

Prior to joining Round 2 Capital, Andreas worked for almost twenty years in the global technology and manufacturing industry where he held a multitude of roles. Most recently, he was Vice President of Finance & IT and a member of the Executive Leadership Team at Isola Group where he was involved in major strategic and operational activities across the organization. Andreas managed 70 employees on three continents. Since 1999, Andreas has worked on buy- and sell-side M&A deals with strategic and financial investors, such as TPG, Oaktree Capital, and Cerberus Capital Management.

Finance: Strategic Planning, Financial Operations, and Cost Accounting

As a business partner to the CEO and CFO, Andreas provided analyses for strategic and operational decisions. He created long-term financial models, annual operating plans, and forecasts to drive operational performance improvement. He worked with operations on capacity planning and optimization projects. Andreas implemented an improved cost accounting system to support better pricing decisions. He has managed all corporate insurance policies. Andreas worked on several mergers and acquisitions and was part of a team that successfully restructured private equity owned companies.

Supply Chain: Procurement, Materials Management, and Logistics

As Senior Director of Supply Chain reporting to the President, Andreas strategically managed global procurement of copper, glass, and chemicals. He negotiated supplier contracts to optimize quality and cost while avoiding disruptions to critical manufacturing processes to ensure on-time delivery of finished products to customers.

Information Technology: Strategic Roadmap Implementation, Business Process Improvement, Cyber Security

As Global VP of Information Technology, Andreas was responsible for the company’s overall worldwide IT strategy and ensured that all systems to support operations were in place. He implemented a global information technology roadmap and ensured that the company's data and assets were adequately protected.

MBA in Global Management with Distinction, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Wharton Private Equity Executive Education Program

Business Administration (Finance and Accounting)