How We Work
We listen closely to what each and every stakeholder needs. We then design and build an infrastructure to meet those specific needs. Our team of engineers and asset managers work with world-class technology to create and manage an infrastructure that’s second to none. Through hard work, expertise, and collaboration, we always get the job done – and to the highest standards possible.
As the demand for connectivity grows, we develop with it by optimising existing assets such as towers and masts, while adding new resources where required. Working closely with stakeholders and communities, we deploy technology with insight and innovation, and embrace simplicity in what we do and how we work.
We were very proud to be ranked as one of Ireland's Best Small Workplaces in 2020
As a GRESB ranked business, we complete all work with our national and local environment firmly in mind
High standards are at the heart of what we do; we’re certified to ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001
Staying Safe with Towercom
Protecting our people, environment and infrastructural assets is a key priority at Towercom. Our specialist EHSQ unit supports our business by implementing procedures and policies that foster a working environment with health and safety at its core. Our Employee Health and Wellbeing Initiatives are developed and maintained to ensure important issues like work-life balance, employee safety, employee growth & development, and much more, are part of everyday life in our company.
Unlocking the Gaeltacht Gates
Read about how one rural community opened to the wider world through enhanced connectivity. With a lack of coverage in rural Co. Galway, the village of Recess was identified as an ideal site to enhance communications for this part of the west of Ireland.
We use Revit software to create 3D models that bring our sites to life. It means operators can do surveys remotely and we can collaboratively work with engineers, planners and more, with ease.
The need to ensure minimal service down-time for 2 active operators meant this project had to be completed in two stages and to strict agreed timelines.