Reduce cost and expedite network deployment through Tilson's infrastructure affiliate.
Tilson’s asset owning affiliate, SQF, is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) or Competitive Access Provider in all 50 states. We specialize in providing any element of our clients’ infrastructure – poles, towers, dark fiber and neutral host indoor and outdoor wireless networks. Our ability to finance the development of this infrastructure provides clients with the flexibility to lease back assets on extended payment terms.
Supported by Tilson’s real estate entitlement, engineering, construction and operational capabilities, Tilson’s infrastructure affiliate develops, owns, and leases back poles in the right of way to carriers, utilities, municipalities, enterprises, broadband/internet service providers and smart city IoT operators. Our growing national portfolio of wooden, metal, and decorative stealth structures enable today’s dense wireless coverage applications while working within local siting conditions.
Our flexible approach offers clients the ability to utilize new and existing infrastructure to optimize for aesthetics, cost, speed and technical requirements, supporting outdoor small cell, DAS, AMI, IOT and Wi-Fi applications. Learn more about Tilson’s outdoor small cell services.
To view our national footprint of pole locations and state, county and municipal consents, visit: http://www.tilsontech.com/assetmap.
To request underlying rights in a location not currently represented in our GIS tool, send us a request. Our historic average to secure underlying rights is 90-120 days if the jurisdiction is willing to allow new small wireless facilities. Our ability to jump-start a deployment by securing underlying rights in advance is a key differentiator that reduces small cell deployments by 4 months on average.
Supported by Tilson’s real-estate entitlement, engineering, construction, and operational capabilities, Tilson’s infrastructure affiliate develops, owns, and leases back towers to carriers, wireless broadband/internet service providers, IoT and public safety operators. Our organic growth model consists of identifying areas of coverage need, establishing land leases in compelling locations, and working with clients to lease and construct towers. Our flexible financing approach offers clients extended payment terms for wireless equipment fit-up if desired. Learn more about Tilson’s tower services.
Supported by Tilson’s real-estate entitlement, engineering, construction, and operational capabilities, Tilson’s infrastructure affiliate develops, owns, and commercializes dark fiber by leasing capacity to carriers and wireless broadband/internet service providers. We leverage our deep experience working with communities to secure underlying rights and understand aesthetic concerns and restoration requirements. Fiber routes are designed in careful coordination with wireless node locations and existing utilities in order to minimize the impact of construction. Clients enjoy our ability to tackle everything from challenging 5G small cell front haul projects in park lands and dense urban cores, to rural tower backhaul and fiber on electrical transmission systems. Learn more about Tilson’s FTTx services.
Supported by Tilson’s network engineering, construction, and operational capabilities, Tilson’s infrastructure affiliate develops, owns, and leases back neutral host indoor and outdoor wireless networks to carriers, municipalities and enterprise customers. We leverage our deep experience working with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), public safety stakeholders and building/venue owners to deliver custom, cost-effective solutions for the benefit of improved public connectivity. For single or multi-site businesses, the proper network and data connectivity services can increase productivity, increase revenues and decrease costs for education, government, venue, and healthcare. Our deep RF expertise in an outdoor setting includes stadium DAS, municipal Wi-Fi and college/business campus networks. Our seamless in-building capabilities include arenas, enterprise buildings and private LTE/CBRS networks. Learn more about Tilson's in building network services.
Whether you are looking to expand coverage, increase capacity, or add to the value of your network, our team of infrastructure experts are ready to help you gain access to the public right-of-way, or ROW, to maximize your CBRS network investment.
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VP of Infrastructure
Alda Licis serves as Vice President of Infrastructure, leading Tilson’s infrastructure affiliate. Prior to joining Tilson, Alda was Principal/Owner of Front Range Infrastructure Consulting, LLC advising clients in the fiber and wireless industry. Previously, she worked for the Zayo Group holding several roles over her five-year tenure including managing the P&L for the data center business unit, developing Zayo’s first Small Cell Implementation team, managing large-scale fiber projects, and managing multiple Product teams responsible for strategic pricing of all dark fiber-based products (metro, long haul and FTT/Small Cell). Prior to Zayo, Alda managed the Chicago and Federal engineering offices for EYP Mission Critical Facilities, a data center design and consulting company which was acquired by Hewlett Packard. Alda began her career as a licensed Electrical Engineer designing power systems for commercial buildings.
Alda serves as the Chair of University of Colorado’s BOLD Advisory Council in the College of Engineering. She holds an Engineering degree from the University of Colorado and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago.
Infrastructure Product Manager
William Ginn serves as the Infrastructure Product Manager for Tilson and its infrastructure affiliate. Since 2014, he has been in the thick of small cell deployments, opening up new markets for Tilson and its carrier customers. In the last few years, he has found himself in the position of educating carriers, utilities, and municipalities about 4G/5G and thinking through the complex issues of what wireless in the right of way looks like as it grows into a mature and necessary segment of telecommunications infrastructure.
Teri Borders is Tilson Infrastructure's Director of Infrastructure Development, Towers and is responsible for developing towers in the eastern part of the United States. Prior to joining Tilson, Teri spent over 6 years at Eco-Site, one of the leading mid-tier build-to-suit tower companies for T-Mobile and Verizon. She also initiated the densification/small cell program for various retail partners and wireless carriers through her region. Teri has over 10 years of experience consulting the major carriers in siting and a total of 25 years in the industry having focused on real estate, sales, and business development. Teri holds a Brokers License in NC & AL and obtained a BBA from Georgia Southern University.
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