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Tower Consultants, Inc. (TCI) has acquired the exclusive rights to the Kline Towers drawing portfolio.

Kline Towers, started in 1953 by Kline Iron & Steel, of Columbia, SC, had the reputation as one of the best tall tower providers in the USA. Kline Towers has built hundreds of tall structures with the majority of those structures still in use today.

Tower Consultants, Inc. (TCI), a tower engineering and turnkey project management company with expertise in tall towers, brings over 150 years of combined tower engineering experience in the industry. TCI engineers have firsthand knowledge of Kline Towers, having been prior employees of Kline Towers.

TCI, started in 2005 by Jean-Alain Lecordier (former VP of Engineering, Kline Towers) and Greg Kelish (former VP of Operations, Spectrasite Broadcast Group) have successfully completed over 500 tower projects to date. TCI is the new generation of tower engineering company that takes pride in providing a full range of tower services with unique, diverse, and cost effective solutions.

TCI is strategically located on both the east and west coast with headquarters in Columbia, SC, and satellite offices in Seattle, WA and Dallas TX.

“We are very proud to have the exclusive rights to the Kline Tower portfolio” said President of TCI Jean-Alain Lecordier who was with Kline Towers for 18 years. “This gives us an opportunity to provide current Kline Towers owners with an extensive range of services from structural analysis and tower modifications, to any maintenance issue a tower owner may face”. “Kline Towers had a history of high quality and integrity when it came to tower manufacturing and engineering. TCI upholds that same tradition of excellence” said CEO of TCI Greg Kelish.

For more information on TCI, please visit their website at

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