Tower Inspection Certifications and Associations
We work hard for various government entities; the United States Coast Guard, the United States Navy, the United States Air Force, the Federal Aviation Administration and private sector companies; AECOM., Long Wave, Inc., and Oklahoma Gas & Electric, among others.
Tower Inspection, Inc. is a NATE affiliated business. The National Association of Tower Erectors is a non-profit trade association providing a unified voice for tower erection, maintenance and service companies.
Tower Inspection is a hubzone certificated business. The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities.
SSPC QP 1&2
Tower Inspection, Inc. is a QP1 & 2 certified business. SSPC QP1 certification is a nationally- recognized program that evaluates the practices of industrial painting contractors in key areas of business. SSPC QP 2 certification is a nationally-recognized program that evaluates the capabilities of industrial paint contractors on their ability to safely remove and properly manage hazardous coating material in the field.
Tower Inspection, Inc. removed five damaged halyards and installed five new 2 ¾” halyard cables at NCTAMS LANT DET Cutler, ME, as well as inspected seven existing halyards for future repair/replacement.
This project was unique in the fact that NCTAMS LANT DET Cutler, ME is one of the only VLF stations that has the halyard system. This project has an extremely high complexity in the type of work and ironworker that it takes to perform the job properly and safely.
Tower Inspection, Inc. was contracted through Oklahoma Gas & Electric to install new lighted marker balls on the power lines running between 22 river crossing towers in NE Oklahoma and NW Arkansas. The new lighted marker balls are in accordance with FAA regulations. The lighted marker balls were installed by helicopter using a firm TII subcontracted.
TII also removed existing outdated lighting systems, and install new LED lighting systems on all 22 river crossing towers. In addition to the new lighting systems, horizontal lifelines were installed on all towers for safe light level access.
Tower Inspection, Inc. was contracted by Raytheon Australia to clean and paint a 999’ VLF tower (T1) in Exmouth, Australia. Ultra high pressure water blasting of the existing coating was required, therefore a containment system was used. The containment system was specially designed by our in-house engineering team and fabricated at our home base in Oklahoma and shipped to Australia.
The crew also replaced numerous corroded connection bolts throughout the tower.