Monopines for Cell Tower Concealment
This monopine was designed and built for Rogers Wireless of Canada. It conceals a 97-foot tower in the scenic Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, and features 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.
This monopine, designed and fabricated for Nextel Partners, conceals a 114-foot cellular tower located in the scenic Lake George area of New York called Pilot Knob. It features realistic bark texture on the pole. The tower is nestled in the Adirondack Park with hiking trails close by.
Environmental Integration, LLC (EI) designed and fabricated this 90-foot, high-branch-density monopine and integrated it into a sensitive site in Pittsford, New York. Although client expectations were high and zoning requirements were challenging, we were able to provide a solution which was not only acceptable to all parties but was on time and on budget.
This low-branch-density monopine in Barrington, New Hampshire conceals a 120-foot cellular tower for SBA Network Services.
The natural appearance of this 110-foot medium-branch-density monopine blends with the scenic view of a suburban neighborhood in Salina, New York. EI was chosen for this project, in part, for our experience in designing and building monopines capable of withstanding typical New England weather elements.
A fabricated low-branch-density monopine disguises antenna structures in the Town of Pittsford, New York, for SBA Network Services.