CBC Tower Inspections 2022 – 19 Sites – CBC
In May 2022, Tiller Engineering was awarded Tower Inspections for CBC Transmission Operations, Atlantic, including 9 sites in Newfoundland and Labrador. Tower inspections are to be as per CSA S37. Inspections were completed by October 31, 2022.
Bell Mobility 2022 National Maintenance Inspection – Bell Mobility
Tiller executed the 2022, Bell Canada Inspection Maintenance Program for 62 sites across Newfoundland and Labrador. The contract was awarded on May 2, 2022, and is scheduled to be completed by September 30th, 2022. Structures inspected: Guyed Towers, Self-Support Towers, and Pole Structures. When: 2022 Where: Newfoundland and Labrador
Bell Public Wireless Radio System Project (PWRS) – Bell Mobility
This multi-year contract will see a new state-of-the-art PWRS rolled across the province to provide a new communication platform for government emergency services and bring a safer level of interconnectivity across Newfoundland and Labrador. The project requires 125 new antenna installations across the island at various sites. When: 2022 – 2024 Where: Newfoundland and … Continued
Engineering Inspection of 10 Communication Towers – Canadian Coast Guard
In March 2021, Tiller was awarded the Engineering Tower Inspection of ten (10) communication towers to CSA-S37-18 and the following was included in the Tiller Scope of Work: Inspections, Risk Assessment, and Reporting. When: 2021
Telecommunications Maintenance and Engineering Services – NSTIR
Tiller/VSI performed annual scheduled visual site inspections for each of the 61 towers that make up the Nova Scotia Integrated Mobile Radio Service (NSIMRS). Tiller continues a complete detailed tower inspection every three years as scheduled. A certified qualified engineer or CET performs this at each site location. When: 2022-present
Atlantic Canada Tower Inspections – Eastlink
Inspections of 17 Eastlink sites were completed in 2019 and 2020 with our partner Vertical Specialties (VSI). Inspections were completed to the latest requirements of CSA S37, and photos were recorded for the condition of the structures. Tower bolts were checked for proper torque, and vibration and fatigue testing was completed.