ENTRUST Solutions Group provides expertise and support services for permitting, fielding, pole loading analysis, and other essential functions for cable television, internet service providers, and telecommunication companies. As internet speed requirements across the nation experience extraordinary growth, our permitting teams are well prepared to execute permit applications. These permits are completed with the highest level of accuracy and can meet the volume level needed to ensure all construction timelines are met. Establishing effective communication channels with pole owners and municipalities allows our teams to drive performance and maintain a throughput unrivaled in the industry.
ENTRUST project managers have extensive telecom industry knowledge and experience, enabling them to communicate and coordinate with other engineers, general contractors, developers, and vendors in completing your telecom service construction project. Whether you’re servicing one new customer, or servicing a new multi-plex facility, our project managers oversee and document your project from inception to completion.
As support to our clients’ easement acquisition project management teams, our expertise is in assessing
as-built infrastructure from various utilities: local municipal utilities, rural electrical cooperatives, gas, wind, and solar. Whether a 25-foot project or a 60-mile project, ENTRUST’s easement acquisition support team assists our clients with managing survey teams, organizing projects, and overall review in support of local, state, and national requirements. ENTRUST’s easement acquisition support team, coupled with experience in the various utility fields, also researches and analyzes plats, property deeds, and utility infrastructure in order to provide our clients with solid results.
ENTRUST Solutions Group pole audits allow pole owners to identify tenants attached to their poles and to assure that attachments comply with joint use agreements. Our comprehensive reports are used by both pole owners and tenants for their asset tracking needs. ENTRUST teams meticulously review results from pole audits involving our telecommunication clients.
ENTRUST Solutions Group’s broad expertise in ISP and OSP engineering projects ensures that your telecom project benefits from solutions developed in full compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. From underground verification, and as-built documentation, to aerial planning, and construction project management, telecom companies facing time pressure deadlines, count on our team to get the job done. Our national network of relationships with power and grid-related utilities and municipalities provides intelligence and smooths the way for approval across an entire spectrum of ISP/OSP objectives to conduct feasibility studies, produce engineering drawings for construction and permits, and consult on implementation.
Our telecom planning walkout team has the expertise required to help our clients develop infrastructure service routes. ENTRUST’s planners are well versed in network/distribution expansions, and interior route planning for demarcation/extended demarcation points. These tasks include, but are not limited to, feasibility studies, right-of-way research, design routes of service, OSP and ISP infrastructure design, mapping of existing infrastructure, and outlining subleases. Upon fielding/survey completion, ENTRUST provides client specific scope of work detailing for pre-construction and design planning.
ENTRUST Solutions Group provides permitting to meet the needs of your plant expansion and offers a wide array of permit application services in compliance with local ordinances. These applications include, but are not limited to, permitting for joint use or third-party attachment, city, county, state, and federal permits as well as railroad, and specialty permits including project-specific traffic control plans and permitting through the Army Corps of Engineers. Our local and national representation enable faster response and resolution for challenges that surface during the permitting process.
ENTRUST Solutions Group has a highly skilled team dedicated to make ready engineering. We are well versed in NESC and local PUC requirements and also can comply with the dynamic changes in specific pole owner requirements. Our flexibility yields faster submittal times and cost reduction for our clients.
ENTRUST Solutions Group provides a comprehensive assessment to eliminate guesswork and provide the foundation for an accurate cost analysis along with the ability to include pole loading as a part of third-party attachments applications as required by several electric utilities.
Given the varying standards among utilities and municipalities, it is crucial to secure a partner that can deliver reliable information with a quick turnaround. Telecommunication companies have the reassurance that an accurate and precise pole loading analysis will be submitted to the governing authorities for approval which in turn will prevent delays in receiving their notice to proceed for their attachment. ENTRUST will also offer remedies for failing poles and will suggest alternate design routes to alleviate costly pole replacements. We use the most current pole loading software that analyzes the pole based on latest NESC requirements and can provide our clients with PE-sealed reporting.
ENTRUST Solutions Group’s telecommunication department is extremely diverse, from field technicians to designers to professional electrical engineers. We provide professional engineering reviewed and sealed documents for all telecom services as required by local, state, and federal ordinances.
ENTRUST understands the importance of keeping your asset tracking systems up to date. Our experienced team can convert red-line data provided by your construction team or field data collected by our skilled field crews, and turn that into as-built information in many different platforms, including Bentley’s MicroStation, Autodesk’s AutoCAD, ESRI, 3QIS, QGIS, and more.
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