Monopoles are one of the least intrusive and easiest communication towers to erect. This fact has led to them quickly becoming one of the most popular structures in the wireless communication industry. As consumer demand for data on wireless devices continues to skyrocket, wireless carriers are faced with severe capacity issues on their networks. While new technology and better wireless antennas can help, the best solution is to add additional towers. However, adding towers in urban areas has become difficult in recent years as more stringent zoning laws and lack of available land make the process longer and more expensive. Due to monopoles and concealed monopoles (pine poles, flag poles, palm poles, etc...) requiring smaller footprints and being more aesthetically pleasing, wireless carriers have increasingly turned to these structures to deploy in populated areas.
- Small tower footprint and foundation
- Fast and easy to erect
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Versatile for different loading applications
With tapered monopoles becoming more popular in the telecom industry, Ni..Bar creation decided to venture into installing monopoles and have more than five hundreds of monopole sites. Some Ni..Bar creation monopole advantages are listed below:
Ni..Bar creation Monopole advantages:
- EIA/TIA-222 Revision F or G compliant
- 65ksi steel construction
- Tapered slip-sleeve construction
- Hot-dip galvanized per ASTM 123 standards
- Heights up to 250'
- Maximum pole section length of 53'
- Detailed supporting engineering documentation