Penthouses with Hidden Antennas
Fiberglass panels, fabricated by Environmental Integration LLC (EI), mimic a penthouse level atop the Hotel at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and conceal cellular antenna arrays.
Fiberglass brick panels, designed and fabricated by EI, mimic a penthouse level and conceal cellular antenna arrays atop a building in Boston
Fiberglass penthouse, designed and fabricated by EI, mimics pre-existing metal siding and conceals cellular antenna arrays on Beacon Street in Boston, Massachusetts.
Fiberglass brick panels, designed and fabricated by EI, mimic a penthouse level atop the Masonic Hall in Dorchester, Massachusetts and conceal cellular antenna arrays.
Cupolas with Hidden Cell Phone Antennas
A fiberglass cupola conceals cellular antennas on a historical building in Manchester, Vermont. Pigmented polyester resin is used to duplicate the appearance of the existing wood siding.
Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester louvers concealing cellular antennas on top of the Plymouth Memorial Building in Plymouth, MA.
Faux Chimneys with Hidden Antennas
Our fiberglass chimneys concealing cellular antenna arrays in Roxbury, Massachusetts, perfectly match the existing brickwork on this building
Steeple Components Camouflaging Cell Towers
One of these church spires is a reproduction cast in polyester resin and is an example of the type of architectural enhancements EI produces for concealment of cellular antennas or for restoration of original sculpture
Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester louvers concealing antennas on top of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in East Greenwich, Rhode Island