Monopines for Cell Tower Concealment
This monopine was designed and built to conceal a 97-foot tower in the scenic Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada and feature realistic bark texture on the pole. The bark helps the tower blend with surrounding trees of the Park’s Whiskey Rapids area hiking trails. Branches up to 17 feet long make this a very dynamic, natural looking pine tree.
114-foot monopine conceals multiple carriers located in the scenic Lake George area in the Adirondacks State Park. It features realistic bark texture on the pole.
This monopine was designed and built to conceal a 100-foot tower in the scenic Muskoka Region, Canada with five antenna array’s. Branches up to 15 feet long make this a very dynamic, natural looking pine tree.
110-foot monopole disguised as a California Redwood tree at a private site concealing 6 carriers.
90-foot monopine conceals antenna structures in the Adirondacks State Park, NY. This design has become the standard design for the Adirondacks Park Agencies.
80-foot monopine in the Adirondacks State Park, NY.