Veterans of the Tower Industry
Randy Strieff joined the Army in 1998 and was a member of 3rd battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, then he was stationed in Germany and finally on to Iraq for the invasion with Eco 51st Long Range Surveillance (ABN). In late 2004 he returned home and started a trucking company.
“That grew into a lot of other things along the way,” Strieff said, “I was kind of inadvertently introduced to the tower industry by a contractor I met while I was running dozers on a wildland fire in Northern California
. He was doing decoms, a new build or two, and maintenance for SBA. Well, after about six months of him asking me to come help him he made me an offer I couldn’t refuse, so I did.”
The contractor eventually reneged on his part of the deal so Strieff went back out on his own and has been working on towers ever since. He said he has contracts with SBA and FDE Engineering and does mostly decoms but also maintenance, upgrades and road work, “We’ll take on new builds when we have the time,” he said.
Strieff maintains a class A General Engineering Contractors license in California, Florida and Nevada, is OSHA 10 and 30 certified as well as MSHA, and is a certified climber and rescue climber. To hire this vet, contact him at [email protected].
November 11, 2019