Pier Structural Engineering Corp. (P-SEC), headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, provides professional engineering services to the telecommunications industry in Canada and the United States.
P-SEC’s management each has over 20 years experience in tower engineering from total design, in depth structural analysis on proposed and existing towers, design of complex yet field-friendly reinforcement solutions, maintenance and acceptance inpections. P-SEC actively participates on the CSA S37 Standards Committee in Canada and the TR-14 Committee for ANSI TIA-222 in the United States.
P-SEC’s licensed professional engineering staff is fully qualified in:
- tower inspections including audits, mappings , maintenance, and acceptance inspections
- detailed maintenance packages for addressing routine maintenance items.
- tower, mount and foundation design;
- structural analysis of existing communication towers;
- installation design packages for new mounts and antennas;
- reinforcement design packages including passing structural analysis and drawings depicting scope of work and bill of materials required for reinforcement; and
- rigging plans for reinforcement.
P-SEC has licensed professional engineers in all provinces and territories in Canada and in 47 states of the United States. If you would like to view where P-SEC has licensed professional engineers, please refer to our map of licensed areas.
The core backgrounds of the owners include experience from both communication tower consulting and manufacturing. All of P-SEC's engineers have many years of field experience, which allows P-SEC to provide the most cost effective and innovative solutions to our clients.
P-SEC places great emphasis on Safety and Training for staff including certifications for Tower Climbing Safety and Rescue training and first aid. P-SEC is proudly members of STAC in Canada and NATE in the United States. P-SEC is registered with the Workers’ Safety and Insurance Board in Ontario and carries Professional and Commercial General Liability Insurances in Canada and the United States.