Manufacturing & Industrial Facilities
A complete loss or long-term interruption of power could cost your telecommunications operation significantly — in revenue, in reliability, in staff time. To help protect your critical power loads from potential damage, you can rely on our experienced deployment team.
Our teams can design and implement a scalable, cost-effective and efficient emergency power solution for every cellular telecommunication tower in the United States. We provide specialized experience with all leading telecommunications network equipment, the latest industry best practices and technical standards for designing and installing standby generator systems to protect your bottom line.
Powering telecom sites is a billion-dollar industry that relies on continuous innovation, exemplary service delivery and uninterrupted power infrastructure to keep your customers connected. We got our start engineering and building critical power infrastructure in 1898, and today we apply that experience to your needs, providing optimal engineering design and deployment of standby power systems for network telecommunications projects. As an industry leader in telecom power solutions, we deliver reliable network connections in remote and urban environments. Our focus is on your success.
An integrated design and construction team covers all aspects of critical power systems projects, including: candidate identification, physical site assessment, land acquisition, zoning, permitting, code compliance, design, logistics, procurement, installation and commissioning.
Our critical power team has used an integrated team approach to successfully introduce new technologies into the market, building a strong resume of system rollout projects. Our specialists are recognized nationally for skilled emergency power system design and delivery, providing professional engineering registrations in all 50 states.
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