Projects

We undertake projects of all kinds, anywhere.

Engineered Tower Solutions is licensed in all 50 U.S. States and Protectorates. We also undertake work internationally for customers that require the presence of highly experienced construction teams in challenging geographical locations. Our experience covers every possible area of tower engineering work, from physical and drone inspections and mount mappings, to complex structural engineering and new site civil work and construction.

Bell Tower Concealed Macro Array

Planning regulations often require antenna systems to blend in with the surroundings as much as possible. Concealing equipment behind existing facades, like this bell tower in Maine, is a common project for us.
Project involvement:
Mapping
Structural
A&E

Water Tower Antenna Upgrade

When leasing rates beat the cost of new tower construction, water towers like this one in Camden, Maine, are an excellent alternative to traditional macro wireless structures.
Project involvement:
Mapping
Structural
Construction

Guyed Tower Anchor Inspection

Below grade foundation investigations, like this one in Virginia, require significant knowledge and experience to ensure the inspection work is completed safely and to client specifications.
Project involvement:
Mapping
Structural
Construction

Macro Tower Extension

When a carrier requires additional signal density or coverage, towers may receive extensions, such as in this 20’ lattice section for a customer in Arizona.
Project involvement:
A&E
Structural
Construction

New Tower Inspection

ETS undertakes many new tower inspections, like this one in North Carolina, to ensure compliance with project specifications and close-out requirements.
Project involvement:
Mapping
Structural
Construction

Tower Leg Modification

Tower structures may require additional strengthening to support an increase in carrier loading, such as this leg reinforcement project in Virginia.
Project involvement:
Structural
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

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

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

Roof Top Antenna Array

Rooftop colocation, like this array in California, is a modern-day necessity for high-density 5G/LTE deployments in urban/suburban areas where macro tower availability is limited or restricted.
Project involvement:
Inspections
A&E
Structural

Borescope Leg Inspection

Internal borescope inspections of tower legs, such as this one in Florida, are more common in coastal areas where environmental conditions can accelerate structural corrosion.
Project involvement:
Mapping

Materials Testing

ETS undertakes significant materials testing work, such as this slump test for new tower foundations in North Carolina. Other CMT work includes soil and grout sampling and testing.
Project involvement:
CMT

New Tower Foundations

We undertake all types of infrastructure construction, including this new self-supporting macro tower in Ohio. Tower stacking followed the required curing period.
Project involvement:
Structural
Construction

Full Tower Inspection

We perform a full range of field mapping services for special, scheduled, or pre-modification analysis. Here we are performing a full inspection and analysis on a tower in California.
Project involvement:
Inspections

THIS IS JUST A SAMPLING OF OUR PROJECT WORK.

If you have questions about specific types of work, contact us and we’ll be happy to share more information with you.