Structural Engineering, Environmental Consulting + Compliance, Wireless Telecommunications
number of sites completed
The goal with stealth sites is to conceal the tall, slender cellphone towers that most Americans need but few want to see erected in their neighborhoods. As telecommunications companies fill gaps in their networks, many have sought to camouflage ungainly outdoor equipment. So-called stealth cellphone towers have been around for more than two decades and have been concealed in a wide variety of ways, including in a pine tree, a silo, church steeples and flagpoles to name a few. Groups that have generally opposed the building of more communication towers, can be more amenable to disguised designs.