Professional Design & Installation

Our engineers will work with you to design a solution specific to your requirements

Mobile Coverage Solutions

Due to the design and construction materials used in many buildings, improving mobile signal can often be a complex, involved process. Our engineers have worked across many building types – from remote windfarms and factories, to hospitals and large office blocks – our survey and design process will ensure the best possible solution for you.

What We Solve

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Large commercial spaces with poor or no signal

Our solutions can cover a variety of different commercial properties, from shopping centres, warehouses, factories and hospitals, to other large commercial and industrial spaces.

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Remote and rural buildings

Many remote and rural locations suffer from little to no signal at all, which can have a negative effect on operations as well as health and safety. 

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Complex building design

Modern building design is focused on retaining energy and cutting carbon costs, utilising thick glass panels, insulation and construction materials, which all affect cell reception.

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Construction projects in urgent need of connectivity

Construction projects cannot afford to wait years for traditional network installations. Our combined mobile signal boosting and data solutions ensure that your project team is connected from day one.

Design Consultation

Our engineers will determine the best solution to solve your organisation’s cellular signal problems. 

Process

Requirements Gathering

The first step is to fill in our consultation form below, providing as much detail as possible on the size of the site, number of users, required networks (e.g. O2, EE, Three, Vodafone) and floor plans if available. Alternatively, please feel free to call us on 03301244805 to discuss in more detail.

Survey

Depending on the complexity of the site and the availability of floor plans, we will either carry out an online survey, or a full site visit.

Design

Once our engineers have a full understanding of your requirements, we can provide a quotation and proceed with designing the solution.

Installation

Our engineers will carry out the full installation on your site. Due to the legalities of using signal repeaters (which must be preconfigured to work with your chosen carrier), as well as health and safety considerations, our certified engineers must carry out this process.

Measurement metrics of WiredScore Certification

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Case Study: Perth Royal Infirmary

Case Study Perth Royal Infirmary Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Perth Royal Infirmary Managed by NHS Tayside, Perth Royal Infirmary is a district hospital in Perth. The Royal Infirmary serves a population of around 182,000 across the City of Perth and the wider Perth and Kinross area. NHS Tayside is an NHS board which forms one

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Case Study: Avtrade

Case Study Avtrade Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Avtrade Global Headquarters, West Sussex Serving the aviation industry since 1985, Avtrade is a leading global aircraft component service provider to the aviation industry, specialising in bespoke aircraft Component and Support Solutions. With a UK Headquarters and global offices in Dubai, Singapore, Miami and China, they provide an

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Case Study: King’s College, University of Cambridge

Case Study King’s College Cambridge – Phase 1 Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project King’s College, University of Cambridge King’s College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. Formally The King’s College of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas in Cambridge, the college lies beside the River Cam and faces out onto King’s Parade in the

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