Wireless Communication Facilities Phase I ESAs, and Site Analyses
Wireless Communication Facilities (WCFs) are the antennas, support structures and other equipment or apparatus necessary for providing personal wireless services and information services. These facilities have to comply with all applicable regulations from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as well as Federal Communication Commission (FCC). Any new towers or collocating antennas on existing structures requires compliance with the Commission’s rules for environmental review.
GEPermit has been performing site analyses of various existing wireless communication facilities throughout entire California. Site visits are conducted to evaluate any potential or existing environmental hazards or liabilities as part of the Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs). Depending upon site access restrictions and permit requirements, GEPermit is also able to conduct certain assessments and site condition analyses by using drone technology.