New Jersey's KMB lauded for telecom tower engineering, antenna design

KMB provides full tower analysis and reinforcement design and build services, ranging from minor hand-hole design and installation to full-tower and foundation mapping and reinforcement projects.

Engineering News-Record (ENR) Sourcebook, a McGraw-Hill publication and a chronicler of the global construction marketplace, recently named New Jersey-based KMB Design Group, LLC as the 7th leading engineering firm in the nation for telecom tower and antenna design, and the 22nd in overall telecom design.

KMB Design Group is licensed in 49 states as a telecommunications and facilities and energy engineering firm with locations in the New York, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and Dallas metropolitan areas. The company provides full tower analysis and reinforcement design and build services ranging from minor hand-hole design and installation to full-tower and foundation mapping and reinforcement projects.

In fact, AT&T Towers recently ranked KMB among its “Top 3” tower reinforcement service providers.

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Stephen J. Banks, partner and senior vice president of KMB’s telecommunications division comments, “We’re extremely pleased that our leadership position in the industry has been recognized by ENR." ENR's Sourcebook contains market analysis and rankings of the largest international contractors and design firms in eight major industry sectors including general building, transportation, manufacturing, industrial process, petroleum, power, environmental and telecommunications.

KMB's Banks credits his company’s success to its strong engineering foundation, geographic diversity and scalability.

“We service clients in 49 states, and have a proven record of delivering high-volume deployment projects with quality and integrity,” he concludes. “Our seasoned telecom engineering and design and build teams work with most national carriers, and have a reputation for delivering high-quality architectural and engineering and project management services. We are known for providing clients with comprehensive design services that reduce costs and shorten construction timelines.”

More information is available at www.kmbdg.com.

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