Building a safer, better-connected community.
Wireless service has become an increasingly important part of life for everyone in your community. Residents use it to stay connected, entertained, and to conduct business, while police, firefighters, and other first responders rely on it to keep your community safe. As smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices become more advanced and new technologies like 5G enable even faster data speeds, people will rely on wireless connectivity even more. We want to help you prepare for this new, always-on, always-connected world by making sure your community has the infrastructure needed to meet its growing demand for wireless coverage and capacity.
We enable the wireless technology your community needs.
Crown Castle has the experience and expertise to ensure that your community is fully equipped and ready for the future. A new small cell solutions (SCS) network will complement your existing wireless infrastructure—like towers and rooftop antennas. Your community will benefit from improved coverage and capacity, and be in an ideal position to support emerging technologies related to the Internet of Things and Smart Communities. In most cases, SCS networks utilize the infrastructure already in place in the public right of way (i.e. utility poles, streetlights, and traffic signals), so we can deploy it quickly and with minimal disruption to the surroundings. We’re ready to start working closely with you to build a safer, better-connected community that attracts new residents and businesses alike.
Learn more about our projects around the country.
The 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships were expected to draw up to 150,000 visitors to Vail. The wireless infrastructure at the time was inadequate to support the 4G LTE apps that the Colorado FirstNet team wanted to use to monitor activities during the event. The mountain topography proved to be a challenge in providing sufficient coverage and data capacity.
In anticipation of the pope’s 2015 public mass in Philadelphia’s tree-lined Benjamin Franklin Parkway, this historic area needed a wireless infrastructure upgrade. We collaborated with the City of Philadelphia and national wireless carriers to design, approve, and install a new small cell solutions network—all in less than nine months.