Tower Construction and Maintenance Services


Analog Batwing Antenna Removal (WPTV - West Palm Beach, FL)
Photo by
Mike Berry

Tower Maintenance

Precision Communications Inc understands that budgets for broadcasters are very lean and tower maintenance is usually the last thing on the “to do” list for funding.  Our crews are all over the country and we can be near your tower at any given time during the year.  We can work with you to develop a maintenance schedule to do tower inspections, complete lamp or tower light replacement, or just minor repairs that need to be addressed.

No job is too small or large when it comes to tower maintenance.  Give us the opportunity to provide you a maintenance plan that you can put into your budget with out breaking the budget.


Tower Construction

• Turn key tower erection
Precision Communications Inc (PCI) can provide a comprehensive tower construction proposal for any tower project large or small.  We can work with your tower steel provider or we can acquire the tower for you to provide you the one stop shopping experience.  We have the tower construction equipment to handle the heaviest tower sections and pull the heaviest guy wires. 

Tower Upgrades
PCI has worked with a number of structural engineering firms in upgrading towers to increase capacity.  We have changed out guy wires and have replaced diagonals on a number of tall towers with face sizes up to 12’.  To do these upgrades it is very important to follow all safety guide lines and work with the engineering firm very closely in developing rigging plans.  PCI’s crew foremen and project management team communicate very closely with the engineering firm on project planning and execution.  PCI will provide all of the components and steel recommended by your engineering firm and based on there drawings.  We have relationships with a number of steel fabricators and tower suppliers that can provide anything and everything you need to do the job right and do it quickly.


Above: Digital antenna installation (WCWG - Greensboro, NC)
Photo by Brian Anderson