Subcarrier’s Houston expansion bolsters its ever increasing tower and rooftop count

In Vendor News by Wireless Estimator


Industry veterans Dudley Norman, left, and Greg Weger will assist Subcarrier Communications in expanding its tower and rooftop business. To ensure the immediate availability for a co-location, Subcarrier is known for designing and installing towers that are capable of accommodating more tenants than competing structures. The 300-foot self-supporting structure pictured above is being fabricated this week for a new site location. The base section legs are 8-inch diameter solid steel.

An industry pioneer in high performance wireless infrastructure services, with a portfolio of some of the country’s best towers in high demand locations, New Jersey-based Subcarrier Communications, announced its Southwest market expansion and the hiring of key executives Dudley Norman and Greg Weger to lead market operations from their new Houston, Tex. office.

As demands for wireless connectivity prove to be essential to the operations of nearly every industry, Subcarrier Communications identified a need to expand operations into a market noted for its strong energy and technology presence.

“During this time of rapid expansion, Subcarrier Communications maintains a strong financial condition and continues to grow. Our decision to enter the Houston market was based upon better serving clients, and to increase our presence in the south Texas region. We look for opportunities to expand our tower and rooftop management business to provide our current and future clients with the support and customer services that Subcarrier has become known for over the past 29 years,” said Subcarrier Communications President John Paleski.

Norman will be responsible for the acquisition of tower sites and the procurement of rooftop management contracts in the Southwest region. Prior to accepting a Vice President role at Subcarrier Communications, Norman served as Vice President for Lockard and White, and Vice President of American Tower Corp. Norman brings with him decades of experience and a proven track record of success in the tower and rooftop management field. Among his career highlights, Norman has secured over $46 million in sales for various telecommunications infrastructure projects throughout the U.S.

Weger is an industry veteran with over 25 years of experience in key managerial executive positions in the telecommunications industry. Weger is involved with significant local projects including the protection and relocation of currently operational Radio Frequency systems during the replacement of the rooftop dome for Williams Tower (formerly Transco Tower) in Houston. Weger’s professional experiences features a 20-year tenure with Motorola, Inc. where he managed various key projects throughout the Southeast U.S. In addition, Weger has served with the Mississippi Army National Guard where he has held various leadership roles as an intelligence and logistics officer.

Founded in 1986, Subcarrier Communications is one of the country’s largest independent builders, owners and operators of high capacity co-location towers.