New Tower Construction

Constructing towers in locations that are strategically chosen or under a build-to-suit arrangement is our specialty.
We’ve got the project covered from start to finish.


Clearing and Grading

Activities associated with developing property for various commercial and residential uses. Clearing has to do with removing vegetation or other organic material and grading involves reshaping the ground surface



The process of making a commercial or residential piece of land more attractive by altering the existing design, adding ornamental features, and planting trees and shrubs



Foundation dimensions are recommended for each type of tower, according to the nominal load and height of the tower in question. Foundations are calculated according to the Sulzberger method for several different characteristics of bearing, non-aggressive and stable soil



New power and telco circuit delivery that includes digging/boring, H-Frame installations, fiber installation and coordination/management with jurisdictions and power companies.


Monopole Erection

These towers are used for a variety of communication applications and are ideal for use when zoning is difficult. They are the least intrusive and easiest communication towers to erect making them one of the most popular tower types in the wireless communication industry


Guyed Tower Erection

This tower requires the highest level of skill and use of equipment for erection. There are two typical methods for erecting guyed towers, by utilizing a crane in which sections are hoisted to be set one atop another or by using a gin pole and hoist, which can be used for all heights, but is mandatory for structures exceeding the pick heights of available cranes


Self-Support Erection

These towers are appropriate for nearly all wireless communication applications including cellular towers, wireless internet towers, broadcast towers, radio towers, homeland security towers, and wind towers. These towers are typically three or four sided lattice type structures made from solid rod, pipe, or angle and ideal where space requirements are limited. Self-supporting towers are inexpensive to purchase, transport, and install


Case Study

Terminus | Spring of 2018

This Rawland/New-Build featured one of the more complex access roads that we have experienced. A large basin was cut in under the roadway, poured with concrete side walls, and then filled with gravel, sand, and a plastic matting to create a water drainage solution designed by an engineering group that stretched nearly half a mile. The access road was then completed with a man made retention pond to catch and store the drainage.

Once the access road was completed, the remaining site included a typical installation with a new foundation, new AC/Telco services, tower stack, fencing and landscaping.