Who to contact in regards to adding roof top cell antenna sites to existing buildings?

by Dennis K.
(Denver CO)

We have 54 hotels across the US and I feel we are drastically under-utilizing our roof top space. How would I go about soliciting for additional antenna sites?

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Jul 13, 2010
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Utilizing your rooftop portfolio for cellular antennas
by: Tower Genius

Dennis, thanks for posting your question. Hotels are generally sited in high traffic areas that may already have cell towers located nearby however that does not mean there isn't additional need for capacity cellular sites.

We don't market individual properties however we can a rooftop portfolio such as yours and see what we can come up with.

I'll email you my contact information.

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