Telecom precast concrete shelters are designed for ground-mounted telecommunications and are constructed to protect your sensitive equipment. They are referred to as communication shelters, huts, and hubs and are constructed to hold the equipment necessary to keep your communication networks up and running.
Our shelters are customized to your specifications, housing vital network equipment, backup power systems, ladder racking, cable entry, fire suppression, lighting, as well as, HVAC and backup power generators.
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Communication shelters, telecom huts, prefabricated buildings or telecom shelters. No matter what you call it, they are a standard in the telecommunications industry. When it comes to protecting vital telecommunications equipment, concrete shelters are the most important aspect of any site build to protect equipment that will be housed for the foreseeable future.
Deciding on a new or used shelter is a very important decision when it comes to approaching your telecom project. Each option has certain advantages to help you achieve specific goals. Depending on your specifications, BDC Group can customize a new shelter or refurbish a surplus shelter to meet your needs.
By purchasing a new telecom shelter, you can customize it to unique specifications including fabricating a structure at a specific size to meet your exact needs. This is ideal for the consumer in a situation where specific size limitations are key and you can’t find that perfect surplus shelter in the current marketplace, especially with limited options.
New shelters are built to last and can withstand impact, harsh weather conditions and minimum load bearing which provides unsurpassed strength. Weather conditions include up to 150 mph winds and flying debris. Worried about insects or weather climates ruining your investment? Boring insects, mold, mildew and erosion are no match for concrete shelters.
Restored shelters undergo rigorous inspection and specific maintenance. All shelters can be customized to your liking including custom generators, racking and fire suppression options. These key components keep your equipment running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, avoiding any down time.
If you have flexibility with your shelter specifications purchasing a used telecom shelter in “as-is” condition may be an effective way to cut costs without sacrificing overall quality. By selecting from specific sizes that are available, surplus shelters can save you time and money and still remain fairly customizable based on your project requirements.