Steel towers (up to 70 m) and masts (up to 126 m) for the operation of GSM and relay antennas and other telecommunications equipment. They are made of tubes and rod profiles which form a triangular spatial structure. Designed and constructed to take account of different wind loads, districts and antenna loads.

Monopoly towers

Monopole towers are used for lighting, communication antennas or lightning protection. The towers are made of circular steel tubes of different diameters connected by flanged joints or polygonal tapered tubes. Supplied with a cable duct in the inner part of the tower.

Self-supporting mobile masts

Steel masts are designed for use as communication antennas in urban and densely populated areas. Easily and quickly assembled and dismantled. Erected on reinforced concrete slabs. The masts are made of welded steel square sections connected by flanged joints with metal supports for stability. Supplied with or without container for electrical equipment.

Radar equipment towers

The steel towers are used to operate radar and surveillance equipment. They are made of tubes and bar profiles which form a triangular, quadrangular or polygonal spatial structure of the tower. May be supplied with a container for electrical equipment.

Observation towers

The lookout towers and their unique construction and architecture are like sculptures that have become part of the Lithuanian landscape. The tallest observation tower, at 45 metres, was built in Birštonas in the Nemunas Loops Regional Park.