The EasyStreet composite design is easier, faster and cheaper to install, as shown in this Case Study from an EasyStreetSystems AT&T site in Georgia.
We are supporting lighting, security, weather, EV charging and many other smart infrastructure uses. Here's our latest smart install.
Composite products are transforming other industries, and telecom, 5G, Smart Cities and the IoT are next. Here are the reasons why.
This foundation system features no concrete, minimal site disturbance and easy traffic flow and permitting. See the video here.
The patented composite design can be cut or drilled with hand tools, making it an adaptable platform. See the Data Sheet here.
EasyStreet's composite poles stand strong. From top to bottom the installation is corrosion proof. See the White Paper here.
Cities need less congestion, not more, and EasyStreet's poles go up with minimal disturbance and permitting. See our Peachtree install
Here our ultra-lightweight poles carry computer vision, machine learning, object detection and LiDAR to help ease traffic congestion and help prevent collisions. Holes were pre-dug using the hydro vac method, and the EasyStreet poles were easily hoisted and secured using the direct bury method and rapid-set foam foundation. Four poles went up in about three hours with a small crew, minimal equipment and zero disruption to traffic.
EasyStreet Systems™ provides superior small cell infrastructure for less time and money. Ultra-lightweight, strong as steel, better looking and longer lasting, this is the small cell tower of the future. Each site installation takes only two hours with just a two-person crew. The towers can be installed as an all-in-one integrated solution including RF/power/backhaul & foundation, or as a stand-alone option. They offer easier permitting, less site disturbance, and lower transportation costs with reduced CO2 emissions. All leading to easier, faster, longer-lasting small cell installation. EasyStreet Systems is ready to deploy in your network.
Alysa works with a growing list of customers who seek to reduce the cost of small cell deployment and speed up site installations. She brings nearly 20 years of industry experience, having worked for QualTek Wireless, Crown Castle and T-Mobile. She specializes in understanding the challenges of small cell construction including design, site permitting, installation and impact on municipalitie s. She holds a degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and has worked with numerous municipalities on telecom infrastructure rollouts, including Los Angeles, Oakland and San Francisco.