[TowerTalk] TowerTalk Digest, Vol 68, Issue 39
Terrence R. Redding, Ph.D.
terry at oltraining.com
Wed Aug 13 21:40:44 EDT 2008
That was my experience with Karl as well, back in 1995 when I received the
first building permit issued in Palm Beach County for a tower at hurricane
I sent him a copy of the engineering that was ultimately signed off by the
county engineer in the building and zoning division of the county.
Mine is a 54 foot crank-up/tilt over tower. It use to hold a quad at 60
feet (15 foot mast in the top of the tower). Three consecutive years of
multiple hurricanes took the quad out, and I replaced it with a TH3MK4.
Great little antenna.
Terry - W6LMJ
On 8/13/08 6:09 PM, "towertalk-request at contesting.com"
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> When I bought my tower from Karl Tashjian, he would not let me order my
> tower from him until he provided me with the engineering prints and
> calculations that I would need to submit and I had my building permit in
> Karl went out of his way when other tower manufacturers (US Tower
> included) would not help with the requirements that I had to meet here
> in Broward county Florida which is a 140 mph, 3 second area. He gave me
> all of the information that I needed to provide to a local and Florida
> certified P.E.
> I would highly recommend Tashjian Towers and Karl. The tower that I
> bought is excellent.
> Good Luck,
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