Structure Design Criteria for Antenna Structures

(To be filled out by wireless carrier) Use this form to provide antenna & telecom attachment loading information for Joint Use and Telecom structures.

Customer

Project Address

Delivery Location

Location

Specifications

Soil Report
Proposed Site

Antennas

Antenna 1
Antenna 2
Antenna 3
Sectorized Antenna Arms
feet
feet
Non-Sectorized Antenna Arms
feet
feet
degrees (at 50 m.p.h. operational wind speed)

Microwave Antennas

degrees (at 50 m.p.h. operational wind speed)

Options

Cable Covers
Bracket Paint Color
Pole Steps
Safety Cable Assembly
Pole Drawings
Calculations

Drawings and Sketches

How will you be providing your drawings?
Please email your drawings and/or sketches to engineering@lwsinc.com or sales@lwsinc.com.
One file only.
32 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf dwg bak lca jpg jpeg gif png xls xlsx doc docx zip.
(Example: cable TV, telephone, etc.)

Engineered wood, as a structural material, has the least "cradle to grave" impact on the environment when compared to concrete & steel.

Source: APA Engineered Wood Association

LWS has earned the reputation of providing the most positive, engaged customer experience in the industry. Our team strives to meet and exceed this expectation on every project, big or small.

Seth Gutz

Vice President, Sales, LWS

Having introduced E-LAM® poles back in 1992, our engineering expertise and experience is unmatched in the electric utility industry. 

Brian Hitz, P.E.

Vice President, Engineering, LWS