The Communication Tower Industry

Towers have played a critical role in connecting people since the beginning of telegraph and radio.
In North America, large microwave antennas called horns or cornucopia on hundreds of telephone towers through vast empty spaces between emerging cities, provided the first long distance telephone connections.
Around the world, radio and television broadcasters rely on towers to get their message out.

Today towers are playing a critical role in economies around the world by providing the piers for the bridges of the electronic highway, including the modern cellular communication networks.
Police, fire, ambulance, coast guard, and other emergency services rely on towers as a vital part of their communication infrastructure.
The demand for towers continues to grow and hundreds of new towers are built across North America every year.

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Traditional four-legged self-supporting tower. Guyed tower viewed from an anchor. Heavily loaded monopole