How does our association find an interested company that would want to have their cellphone equipment installed on our association roof

by Ann
(Evanston, IL USA)

We have an 8-story building in Evanston, IL. Where do we start if we want to explore having an antenna / tower placed on our roof? There are several buildings our height in various parts of town that have cellphone equipment (antennas? towers?) on their roofs.

Thank you.

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Jun 05, 2012
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Contact the carriers
by: Tower Genius

Chances are if there are other tall buildings in the city that already have antennas and your building does not have antennas, they already are providing coverage to your area by other means and they may have tried to contact you previously. You ned to go to the carriers directly to submit your property information to them.

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