WE ARE TOWER ENGINEERS.

RESPECTED FOR OUR CAPABILITIES.

TRUSTED FOR OUR QUALITY.

Inspections

We are experts in communications tower and civil inspection services, from condition inspections and pre-modification mappings to materials and geotechnical testing.

Engineering

Our multi-discipline A&E services cover all aspects of tower, mount, and foundation design and analysis, civil works, and raw land development.

Construction

Our construction division can deliver all phases of your tower or civil project, from site and access preparation to foundation development and tower stacking.

We Think Service & Safety.
You Say Quality.

We are a full-service engineering company and set out every day and, on every project, to exceed your expectations. Our highly skilled and experienced engineers, licensed inspectors, and construction crews, many of whom are crossed-trained in multiple disciplines, closely collaborate with you and your teams to ensure that our work is completed as planned, safely, and ready for inspection and certification.

Industry Insights

LATEST

Jurisdictional Oversight. How Much is Too Much?

Across the nation, permitting departments are treating wireless tower applications as extensive, multi-million-dollar construction projects. Applications that used to take a few months to review can now take up to a year or more. Planning departments have a real opportunity to improve permitting outcomes and reduce a growing backlog by applying only the relevant design codes and regulations.

WE SUPPORT THE BIGGEST NAME IN THE
WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY

Our unwavering commitment to engineering excellence, customer service, and safety mean we continue to support the biggest names in wireless service providers and tower owners and operators, including:

DELIVERING THE HIGHEST QUALITY WORK FOR TOWER OWNERS & OPERATORS

We are licensed in all 50 U.S. States and our experience covers every area of tower engineering work.
Some of our recent projects include

Major Foundation Modification

Foundation mapping can reveal inadequacies in original construction, as with this site in Illinois, requiring foundation modifications to support existing and future carrier loading.
Project involvement:
Mapping
Structural
Construction

Civil Engineering Work

The swapping out of aging carrier infrastructure for the latest equipment can lead to new shelters and associated communication and utility services. This project was in North Carolina.
Project involvement:
A&E
Construction

Guy Wire Replacement

Guy wires can become overstressed with increased tower loading. When an inspection reveals overstressed guy wires, such as on this South Carolina tower, new wires are installed.
Project involvement:
Mapping
Structural
Construction

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  • Order your Class IV rigging plan review from us online and have it completed and in your procession in two days*
  • Work with experienced and certified structural engineers
  • Access our engineering team at any time with questions and report follow-ups

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INDUSTRY PARTICIPATION

ETS actively participates in industry and regional associations, national events, and the development of telecom industry standards, including:

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We volunteer our time and expertise on TIA TR-14, the Engineering Committee for Structural Standards for Communication and Small Wind Turbine Support Structures

LET'S TALK ABOUT YOUR ENGINEERING NEEDS.

Every business is different. That’s why our program management teams exist to ensure that we exceed your unique engineering requirements.