The design and deployment of specialty communications systems is a comprehensive effort that requires in-depth knowledge of general construction techniques and considerable wireless technology expertise. This is where Wren Construction EXCELS.
Wren construction has extensive experience and expertise in maintaining, modifying, and upgrading sites in addition to new site construction, and DAS Systems.
Construction activities include antenna and equipment upgrades, decommissioning, new site construction including water tanks, monopoles, lattice towers, roof tops, and DAS (distributed antenna systems). Wren also performs grounding installation, fiber installs, generator installs and MW installation and alignment.
Additionally, the Wren warehouse team has 2 forklifts to assist with the offloading of large deliveries.
In an effort to respond quickly and efficiently to our customer’s needs, we carry a large inventory of parts and materials unique to the wireless industry in our warehouse. Also, Wren owns a 4 person Snow Cat to access remote sites during winter months.
Wren performs antenna maintenance to replace damaged antennas, installing tower lighting control panels or sensors, repairing damaged shelters, enabling access to sites including road clearance, and providing storm and backup generator services.
New structural and technical requirements drive a steady demand for Wren’s modification and upgrade services which include:
Our company utilizes the latest technologies to engineer cost-effective networks for each customer’s wireless communications requirements. Wren also specializes in difficult roof top and mountain top site installations. We work closely with engineers and architects on design issues for the best possible solutions and outcomes. Wren routinely constructs the following new site types:
DAS project installations include Century Field, Safeco Field, Autzen Stadium (University of Oregon), Washington State University, SeaTac Airport, Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon, Starbucks, Nike and others.