Boston Center for the ArtsBoston, MA
Timberline installed a full six-sector Metro site on a roof top; the equipment pad was set at street level in a back alley with a new concrete pad and fence enclosure. The site spanned two different buildings and multiple antenna heights. A 60’ Telco run to Demarcation point in one building, while a 75’ power and grounding run with sub meter and disconnect tied to a different existing building panel. The RF Cable run was a 50' vertical rise, two lines ran to six different sectors and ranged in lengths from 85’ to 270’ over the roof of the two buildings. Antennas were faced mounted and painted to match the existing exterior of the building at the direction of the BRA.
AT&T LTE Upgrade, Seaver StreetSeaver Street, Dorchester, MA
Multiple Carrier Roof Top Equipment Relocation519 Albany Street, Boston, MA
The Davis Companies
Rustcraft Road, Dedham, MA
To make way for a tenant fit-out for General Dynamics, the building owner, The Davis Company, hired Timberline Construction to dismantle an existing T-Mobile site and clock tower in the space and relocate it to another part of the building. The schedule for the tenant fit-out required that the site be dismantled quickly, before the new tower could be constructed. To accommodate the schedule, Timberline built a temporary tower (COW) to maintain call traffic, then demolished the old site and returned equipment to T-Mobile. Timberline then began construction on the new tower, which involved installing the foundation, erecting the steel and preparing the tower for operation.
Seaport Hotel & World Trade CenterBoston, MA
Timberline built a new 10x20 shelter on the rooftop of the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center directly above one of Fidelity's sound studios. Our team installed 12 new coax cable runs to three different sectors with over 1500 feet of cable tray. Some runs were up to 780 feet from the shelter over multiple roofs to the outer limits of the building. All work for this project was coordinated and built using union labor. At the time it was one of the biggest build-outs of a rooftop in the Boston area.