cost of removing a cell phone tower from property

by rosie

My lease states that the cell phone tower co. has to remove and restore my land when the lease is up. tower is 200 ft. high. what would you estimate their cost will be?

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Dec 06, 2012
Cost to remove a tower
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

It depends on the type of tower, the type of equipment shelter and what they are responsible for removing as stated in the lease agreement. To remove a tower, equipment and remove the foundation to a level below grade the average cost is roughly between %50,000 and $70,000 when taking soft costs and actual construction costs into the equation.

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