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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.
Centerline Zoning Manager, Peter Mauro, provides a series of practical lessons on small cells to help you tackle deployment challenges head-on and be successful with this evolving technology.
John Keating, Centerline EVP, reviews the roles of Site Acquisition Manager, Construction Manager and Regulatory/Municipal Entities in the new site build process.
Vince Varga, Centerline’s Broadband Solutions Manager, outlines the ever-increasing role that connectivity plays in attracting & retaining commercial real estate tenants.
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.
Scott Emerson, VP of Operations (PNW, HI), discusses how heavy-handed zoning for small cells is holding back connected cities and hurting consumers.
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.
Acquisition of software development firm adds new flavor to Centerline’s wireless infrastructure service offerings.
Centerline was ranked by the Denver Business Journal as the #3 company with over $52M in revenue.
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.
With 275% growth over the past three years, Centerline solutions clocks in at #1393 on the list.
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.
Awarded the contract to design and install the grounding and surge protection at three Bureau of Land Management facilities in Miles City, MN.
AGL Media Group interviewed our CEO Ben Little to discuss what factors have attributed to Centerline's rapid growth and success.
Guest post on WirelessEstimator.com discussing how wireless development practices can be faster, smarter, better and more agile.
Centerline expands its presence in the southeast region by opening a new office in Atlanta, GA. This brings the company to a total of nine offices across eight states.
CEO Ben Little was chosen as a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2016 Award in the Mountain Desert Region which includes Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.
Article written by Centerline Solutions' own John Keating, Area EVP (RMR, DSW, UPNY), on selecting and deploying the right antenna for the project.
Centerline expands into the southeast region with the addition of UCI Construction to the Centerline Solutions team.
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Discussion of the highlights of Verizon's In-Building Technology Users Forum and the market outlook on small cells.
Including special commentary from Centerline COO, Dan McVaugh, this special report and webinar from RCR Wireless explores the current challenges and trends concerning small cell technology
Inc. Magazine recognizes Centerline Solutions in its "Top 5000" list.
CEO Ben Little Receives Centerline's Award for Being a Top Colorado Company to Watch in Technology & Information.
Second Acquisition in Six Months Also Gives Centerline the Ability to Better Control the Quality, Schedule and Cost of its Services to its Customers.
Centerline’s Third Acquisition in 2015 Sets the Stage for Success Through Improved Quality, Schedule and Cost of Services to in Hawaii.
Centerline Solutions Ranked #1 in Denver Business Journal’s Ranking of Fastest-Growing Large Private Companies in the Area
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.