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 enables today’s dense wireless coverage applications while working within local siting conditions.
Tilson Infrastructure is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) or Competitive Access Provider in all 50 states. 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 four months on average.
To view our national footprint of pole locations and state, county and municipal consents, visit: https://www.tilsontech.com/assetmap.
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