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Why Are We Still Preparing Fall Zone Letters?

It's unclear why this became a jurisdictional requirement, but with continued downward pressure on project margins, it’s prudent to ask why this extra work is still required.

Mount Engineering Matters

It only takes some expensive, and strikingly similar equipment failures to get an industry’s attention. Following antenna mount failures during the initial stages of the 4G roll-out, the industry immediately looked for answers. 

Customer Focus Always Wins

When Jeff Arthur joined ETS in 2014 to set up the company’s structural engineering division, he was already a seasoned professional, having worked in the telecoms engineering, oil, gas, electrical, and renewable energy industries.

Fall Zone Rigging Plan Hits the Mark

When Anoka, MN-based Rothmeyer TEC started preparing for a 300’ tower decommissioning project, they turned to Engineered Tower Solutions for a fall zone rigging plan.