Roof-Top Structures

Roof-top structures are designed to transfer the load (generated by outdoor equipment, shelters and antenna support pedestals) to the resistant structure of a building’s roof top, on which a telecommunications cell’s elements are supported and fixed.

Once the resistance of the building structure has been determined, loads and design are verified in order to transfer the load to the building’s columns and girders.

These structures are normally built with channel, equal leg angle or I-beam structural steel. All the elements in the structure are pre-designed and manufactured in our plant for their subsequent on site assembly and erection. All materials used are hot dip galvanized, according to standards.