Construction services included cabling and pathway design from the existing neutral host DAS to the new shelter, and site/civil engineering for the site layout and foundation.

Carter-Finley DAS Shelter Installation

Raleigh, NC

Providing Cellular Coverage for a High-Density Sports Stadium

We provide design-build services for a neutral host distributed antenna system (DAS) installation site at North Carolina State University’s Carter-Finley Stadium. Our services included project management, engineering, permitting, and construction. These construction services included the installation of the base transceiver station (BTS), power cabinet, cabling to the radios, and integration. Due to a short construction timeline, we installed all equipment cabinets and cabling inside the shelter at an offsite location.  The fully loaded 72,000-pound shelter was then transported to the project site, which allowed for a compressed schedule to meet the project deadline.
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  • Carter-Finley DAS Installation
  • North Carolina State University
  • distributed antenna system
  • Alternative Delivery
  • design-build
  • telecommunications
  • telecom
  • construction administration
  • Southeast
  • Raleigh
  • North Carolina
  • private sector
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  • Higher Education
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72,000

pound shelter

Services

  • Alternative Delivery
  • Telecommunications
  • Construction

Markets

  • Private Sector
  • Education

Regions

  • Southeast
  • Carter-Finley DAS Installation
  • North Carolina State University
  • distributed antenna system
  • Alternative Delivery
  • design-build
  • telecommunications
  • telecom
  • construction administration
  • Southeast
  • Raleigh
  • North Carolina
  • private sector
  • $40M Education Facility Offers Advanced Training Opportunities to Oklahoma State Medical Students
  • Higher Education
  • sports stadium
  • construction

Location

Raleigh, NC

Completion Date

2017
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