Strong Culture, Veteran Management and Rapid Growth


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Eco-Site offers single-point access to a nationwide pool of wireless infrastructure sites for network densification and expansion. Since starting with an initial group of six employees in 2012, the Durham, North Carolina-based company has grown to 75 staff deployed nationwide. The company owns and has in development over 600 sites across the U.S., providing carriers with capacity wherever and whenever they need it.

“Wireless is a more vibrant space than ever, with the growing need for data, smart city initiatives, 5G and the internet of things fueling investment in new infrastructure,” says Dale Carey, CEO, Eco-Site. “We’re well-positioned to meet this demand, with hundreds of newly constructed wireless sites across the country, including build-to-suit towers, co-location opportunities, and small cell and mini-macro densification solutions.”

Carey credits the company’s culture as a critical factor in Eco-Site’s success. “We’ve had very limited turnover. No revolving door means we can focus on developing the talent we do have,” Carey continues. “Our culture is one of competitiveness, honesty and constant self-assessment – we’re always looking for ways to improve.”

This culture is molded by a veteran management team with deep relationships and decades of experience in the wireless industry, at both carrier and infrastructure companies. This results in a uniquely valuable combination of flexibility and predictability for wireless carriers looking to improve networks with build-to-suit towers, co-location solutions and retail properties.

Eco-Site offers a nationwide geographic reach, streamlined processes and scalable real estate solutions to help carriers prepare for 5G and keep up with ever-changing network needs. This flexible approach stems from “thinking like a carrier,” looking beyond standalone cell tower projects to entire systems and strategies to prepare for the network needs of tomorrow.

“The wireless space always had massive potential and it’s set to play a more important role than ever, as connectivity takes center stage in daily life and industrial settings,” says Carey. “Eco-Site is a strong partner for carriers as they move their networks into the future.”

June 25, 2019

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