N.C.-based wireless infrastructure company takes home awards recognizing growth, strong work environment
Morrisville, N.C., Nov. 21, 2019 – Eco-Site (www.eco-site.com), a North Carolina-based wireless tower and infrastructure company, announces its third award win of 2019, placing #23 on the 2019 Triangle Business Journal Fast 50 list. The Fast 50 program recognizes the fastest-growing private companies in North Carolina’s Research Triangle region since 2016. During that timeframe, Eco-Site has constructed hundreds of wireless tower sites and cracked the top 10 privately held tower companies in the U.S. earlier this year.
Eco-Site was also honored by the Triangle Business Journal in the 2019 Best Places to Work awards, coming in fifth place in the medium company category. Winners were chosen based on an employee-survey process conducted by Quantum Workplace. More recently, Eco-Site took home recognition from Business North Carolina, making the publication’s Fast 40 list, a ranking of fast-growing mid-market businesses in the state based on revenue and employment growth.
“Our team’s hard work over the past several years has built an incredibly strong foundation for our business and resulted in a uniquely rewarding time for our company,” says Dale Carey, CEO. “This is a testament to our staff and our ability to capitalize on swelling demand for wireless network capacity and speed as 5G, smart cities and more begin to mature.”
Eco-Site builds, owns and operates wireless towers and infrastructure sites in the most desirable areas. Founded by wireless industry executives with extensive carrier and infrastructure experience, we provide superior real estate solutions for network densification and expansion. Eco-Site offers single-point access to a nationwide pool of sites, including build-to-suit towers, colocation solutions and retail properties. Our unique approach provides carriers customized, scalable results to meet their ever-changing network needs.
Eco-Site is headquartered in Morrisville, N.C., with offices nationwide. To learn more about how we are changing wireless network expansion, visit www.eco-site.com.