August 27, 2019
Everest Infrastructure Partners announced 10 new additions to its Communications Infrastructure portfolio in New England with completed construction of 4 new wireless towers and the acquisition of 6 additional towers.
Construction has been completed at three new towers in New Hampshire in the towns of Exeter, Goffstown, and Raymond, as well as a new tower in the town of Salisbury, Massachusetts. “These new towers are high-demand locations for our operator customers and their subscribers,” said Christopher Davis, President of US Towers for Everest. “We specialize in challenging build locations throughout the country with the greatest density of our portfolio of tower sites located in the Northeast region. Customer demands in these markets are significant and tower siting challenges are among the most difficult in the country. We focus on providing high-value solutions where we can offer tower locations that substantially improve both coverage and capacity.”
In addition to newly developed towers, Everest announced the acquisition of 6 additional towers located in Connecticut and New York. “These towers all share the same high-quality attributes, including available structural capacity, access to multiple sources of fiber backhaul, and locations that are in high-demand for mobile operators,” said Davis. “These 10 new towers, as well as 35 additional tower locations in various stages of development, are an important complement to our existing portfolio of tower assets located in the Northeast. Including sites that we manage and market on behalf of third-parties, Everest now offers more than 600 sites for colocation throughout the 8-state Northeast region.”
About Everest Infrastructure Partners
Everest is a privately-owned operator of Communications Infrastructure assets including wireless communications towers, rooftop locations, tower ground leases, and indoor wireless systems. Everest provides infrastructure to all major U.S. wireless operators, and currently operates, manages, or markets more than 4,000 communications sites throughout the U.S.