Site Utilities

Site UtilitiesSFM Constructors has extensive experience in installation of site utilities both above and below ground. Clients we have serviced include State, Federal, Industrial and Commercial. Our construction expertise and technical knowledge assure client satisfaction. On any project, we make ourselves readily available to address client questions and concerns. SFM Constructors will act as an extension of your staff, always keeping in mind your schedule, goals and budget.

Construction

  • Sanitary
  • Domestic Water
  • Fire Water
  • Gas
  • Grease Waste
  • Storm Drains
  • Foundation Drains
  • Power
  • Telco
  • Grease Interceptors
  • Oil/Water Separators

Cellular Site Utility Services

  • Preconstruction Site Inspection
  • Plan Review
  • Permits
  • Utility Coordination
  • Budget Review
  • Scheduling
  • Job Walks
  • Bid Review
  • Estimating
  • As-Builts
  • Commissioning
  • Site Photos
  • Utilities Installed
  • Turnkey Site Construction
  • Mono-Pole
  • Stealth Site
  • Building
  • Flag Pole

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We will review easement, environmental and site acquisition issues. Additionally, we will ensure compliance with applicable UBC and utility company construction requirements. Utility Coordination: services include site inspection, location of power and Telco source points of connection. Coordination of service installations with utility companies. Management of applications for services.

Among our completed telecommunication projects is Project Management for The Beverly Hills Hotel (a registered historical landmark) cellular installation for Sprint PCS. This was a large and elaborate installation that required careful coordination with the architect, historical committee, wireless engineers, general contractor and city inspectors. The project required spanning eight levels of the building with conduit while crossing the length of the structure twice. SFM made recommendations for alternate conduit routes and GPS locations that reduced both the cost and time of the project. With careful study of the building the GPS route was reduced from 1,200 feet to 230 feet, thus increasing its performance while decreasing the cost of construction. Other recommendations made by SFM similarly reduced cost and time of construction.

The project required careful coordination with hotel management to complete the project with minimal impact to celebrity and VIP hotel guests