TIRAP IMPLEMENTATION: A MUST FOR FORWARD-THINKING WIRELESS COMPANIES
The safety of tower workers and the rapid growth of the wireless industry require a new approach to training that creates consistency across every company in the wireless industry. Centerline Safety Manager, Nick Grull, takes a closer look at the Telecommunications Industry Registered Apprenticeship Program (TIRAP) and what it has to offer for employees and employers alike.
ADVANCING WIRELESS SAFETY THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH TIRAP
Centerline Solutions joins the Telecommunications Industry Registered Apprenticeship Program (TIRAP) as participating employer and rolls out Department of Labor-approved safety and professional development training for tower technicians across the company.
THE RIPPLE EFFECT: IMPACTS OF ANTENNA SELECTION ON TOWER BUILDS
In an article for Antenna Systems & Technology, Centerline's John Keating outlines how antenna choices set the cadence for a new wireless tower build and must be well considered in early project stages.
Charlie Kennamer, Centerline’s VP of Engineering, is featured in the Spring/Summer 2017 issue of The CCA Voice discussing how Agile Development methodology can be applied to wireless network deployment.
THE EVOLUTION TO 5G: IMPLEMENTING THE NEXT GENERATION OF WIRELESS NETWORKS
Most perspectives on 5G today are very conceptual and nebulous, but Patrick Perini, RF Manager for Centerline in Hawaii, provides a practical, implementer’s view of what 5G will mean when the rubber hits the road.
CENTERLINE SOLUTIONS: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO TRULY “SELF-PERFORM A SERVICE”?
Inside Towers' interview with Centerline’s CSO/COO Dan McVaugh discussing the company’s ability to see every design as an opportunity to push beyond the expected; to uncover new opportunities, and provide turnkey solutions for all things wireless.
Centerline Solutions Approved for State Tax Incentive
With the Prospect of Creating Over 400 Jobs in Jefferson County, Colorado’s State Economic Development Commission OK'd Centerline for Job-Growth Tax Incentives Worth up to $5.7 Million Over the Next Eight Years.