Ramboll: Design for shareability

How to evaluate the design, foundations, and loading of towers to determine current capacity and required strengthening to add additional tenants

Read this article to learn:

  • How to find hidden capacity in over-engineered towers
  • How to conduct a thorough evaluation of tower foundations
  • When to reverse engineer lost data and drawings
  • Why standardising your range of towers increases flexibility
  • A comparison of infrastructure sharing in India and Africa

Ramboll Group is the biggest consulting engineering company in Northern Europe, with over 10,000 employees based in 200 offices across 23 countries. Their expertise in designing and evaluating towers is unrivalled. Torsten Esbjørn came to Johannesburg in 2011 to position and market Ramboll’s products and services to the increasingly interesting African Telecom market. The change…

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