10.15.2002 12:00 PM
Richland Towers’ construction of additional towers underway

Richland Towers, a broadband TV and FM tower company, is actively moving forward on a 1,511-foot broadcasting tower in Knoxville, Tenn., a 1,731-foot tower in Dallas, Tex., a 1,158-foot tower in Kansas City, Mo., two additional towers in Savannah and Columbus, Ga. and one in Sacramento, Calif.

Richland Towers is currently constructing a facility in Knoxville, Tenn. The site will also include a 1,511-foot broadcasting tower.

A typical Richland broadcast facility is constructed with a heavy 12-foot face K-braced tower and a 60’ candelabra capable of supporting 20 TV and FM broadcast tenants. The transmission facilities are generally more than 10,000 sq. ft. with height clearance of 18-24 feet. A typical roofing system is an IRMA (Inverted Roofing Membrane Assembly) roof over a lightweight concrete with metal roof deck. The site/building is controlled by a security system that also provides smoke, heat, intrusion, tower obstruction lighting, and electrical power fail alarming. Closed circuit television cameras throughout the buildings and at the site access ensure protection of the entire facility.

Richland has other completed broadcast towers in Dallas, Tex. (2), Houston Tex., Orlando, Fla., Atlanta, Ga. and Nashville, Tenn.

For more information visit www.richlandtowers.com or contact Richland at info@rtowers.com.

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