During the initial build outs of the major cellular carriers, ubiquitous coverage across urban landscapes was top priority. The result of this has left several small communities without the necessary cellular coverage. You would think communities without any cell coverage would be doing all they can to have a cell tower constructed. We have been building several new towers in rural areas for cellular communication. We find it interesting how much these communities desire cell phones but they don’t want the tower located near the city. Also, many land owners and farmers are very protective of their ground. We have had great success working with communities to build just outside the city (a stone’s throw away) 340′ high-capacity, high-strength towers. By doing so, we eliminate the need for multiple towers and provide the capability for current technology and future expansion.