The Foundation Of The Cellular Industry
Rawland sites have been a staple of the wireless industry since the inception. Originally made to serve major metro markets these sites have moved into suburban and rural areas as the wireless industry has matured. Once site acquisition has procured a lease, permits can be filed and construction can begin. Civil work is the first in line preparing the compound and building the foundation to support the steel.
Electric and Telco installation must be pre planned and conduits are usually placed with the slab. From here, steel erection occurs and then antennas and lines can be placed along with networking gear. This can be a daunting task but proper field management can insure success.