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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has made it obligatory that telecommunication companies submit a ‘2C’ Certification for locations where they have installed antennas. Thus, telecom companies need to get such surveys done in order to:
Collect precise boundary information that complies with state/city regulations to earn 1A or 2C FAA certifications in order to construct a cell tower. These certifications mention details about horizontal position (both latitude and longitude) of the site structure and height of the structure above mean sea level.
Accurately determine Flood-Plain information and comply with the latest FEMA regulations.
Telecommunication surveys record and report easement, boundary, zoning, utility, access information and topographical data relative to tower location.
Identify new locations and establish/expand customer base.
Collect zoning information regarding height restrictions and setback requirements.
Better understand the fundamental layout of the typical cell tower site.