Planning & Aquisition

The value of any telecoms network lies in its quality of connection and the reliability of that connection. This is achieved through infrastructure and maintenance but begins with a bedrock of planning, network design and site acquisition.

Our ability to deliver cost savings, whilst simultaneously driving the constant optimisation of the network, without disruption, takes not only the skill of our engineers, but the talent of our Planning and Acquisitions team.

Delivering appropriate telecoms sites and subsequently developing superior telecommunication networks, lies with the quality of the acquisition. Our design engineers assess the structural suitability of a site, manage site construction and any related civil works including utilities, power and electrical, ensuring full legal compliance with site providers throughout the process.

Our highly experienced in-house Engineering team perform desktop network design utilising the ICS telecom propagation planning tool and traditional network design support applications. This is followed by a site survey undertaken by our rigging survey team along with our designers, who are approved by a wide range of organisations and customers

We take considerable pride in the capabilities of our design and acquisitions resource, who have for many years been servicing the needs of major global telecoms providers including BT, Ericsson, Level 3 and Vodafone and an ever growing list of public sector organisations.

Our innovative end to end managed process, from analysis, through to build and network management, delivers a full service telecoms solution that provides the reliable network systems people not only expect, but demand.

Technical Capabilities

  • Desktop and network design
  • Validation of desk top design functions
  • Site design
  • Approval / sign off from Arqiva and Landlord if applicable
  • Deployment plan
  • Delivery updated design pack and site costings along with any exceptional costs
  • Build and network management
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