Camouflage and Concealment of Cellular Towers and Hidden Antennas
Environmental Integration, LLC (EI) has designed and built a wide variety of camouflage and concealment structures for cellular applications. As industrial artists, we have accumulated a wealth of experience devising customized methods and use of materials for maximum durability and realism. For us, developing products for the concealment industry is natural. Our products include dynamic pine trees, fiberglass steeple components, penthouses, chimneys and more.
The staff at EI enjoys a long-term working relationship, designing and building concealment and architectural enhancement projects within one facility, a 22,000 square-foot manufacturing complex located in Orange, Massachusetts. Accustomed to sculpting and reproducing a wide variety of structures and realistic textures with FRP, a non-conductive material, EI’s team of professional fabricators have applied their continuously developing talents to make the longest and most dynamic monopine branches and the most realistic tree bark in the industry as well as a wide and creative range of other concealment structures.
When utilizing existing structures for housing cellular antenna arrays is the option of choice, EI’s experience with architectural enhancements and reproduction of existing materials ensures a superior finished product and seamless integration. Stained and weathered clapboards, vintage brickwork chimneys or other historic architectural detail are welcome challenges to the artistic and industrial skills of our staff.
Helping towns and municipalities preserve the beauty and/or architectural integrity of their visual environment while improving cellular communications coverage is a form of environmental stewardship that EI is proud to be part of.