Mira Costa College Clock Tower - San Diego, CA

by Peabody Concealment
(Corona, CA)

"Cool-looking cell tower"

This concealment piece was fabricated and installed by Peabody Concealment (Peabody Engineering) a few years back. Can you see where the concealment starts and stops? Great, that means we did our job. This concealment is actually the top clock section. Mira Costa came to us with the need to conceal a cellular tower on their campus and we worked with them from start to finish to design and install the piece you see here. Putting cellular towers on campuses is becoming an increasing trend as campuses house thousands of people at a time on their phones while also providing a nice revenue stream for the campus.

Peabody Concealment is a leading concealment company having dealt with all major and small carriers across the United States. Peabody Concealment will work with you from start to finish to ensure that a perfect concealment is delivered and installed on your site.

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Apr 04, 2011
Project Height
by: Peabody Concealment

Shipping from Rome would have been pricey; good thing we are located here in Corona, California! The overall project is estimated to be around 30+ feet tall. The concealment itself is projected to be around 8-10 feet.

Apr 02, 2011
by: Mujer Bella

I walk through the clock tower every time and it sort of reminds me of pictures I've seen of architectures of Rome. Can you tell me how high the clock tower is? This information should be provided on your intro of the clock tower.

Mar 17, 2011
by: Peabody Concealment

Thank you for the compliments. Every project we strive to create a product that blends in perfectly with the existing environment and only send projects we know will be a match.

For this job Peabody Concealment worked with AT&T and MiraCosta College to design this project.

MiraCosta benefited from a renting to AT&T and increasing cellular coverage for students, faculty, and neighboring residents, while not degrading the visual appeal of such a beautiful campus.

Everyday hundreds of students walk through this common way and very few, if that, probably know that they are walking past a cellular tower. This is the goal of every concealment made by Peabody Concealment.

Mar 15, 2011
Can anybody top that??
by: Tower Genius

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Mar 15, 2011
One of the best cell sites...
by: Kevin at Tower Genius

Awesome job.... really nice work. In the top 1% of all the camo sites I have ever seen.

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