Shape Services were engaged by our client to undertake works associated with the installation of Local TV Antenna array on one of the UK’s leading communications infrastructure and media services operator’s key transmitter sites. The launch of local TV services offers a valuable enhancement to the existing Freeview service and helps promote awareness of the robustness of the DTT platform, the deployment of the services at Waltham extends the ability of the operator to offer localised content on up to…
Airtel Vodafone was the third operator to be granted a 2g/3g licence on the islands of Guernsey and Alderney & Sark. Shape had previously worked for Airtel (as they were formally known) on the island of Jersey.
Shape Services Ltd provide personnel for high risk areas where individual security clearances are required to work in sensitive areas, line of sight surveys, installation of link point to point Eriksson mini-links and the erection of portable masts on the military bases. Al U-Died is one area where Shape is involved.
Following on from Shape’s successful delivery of an ambitious LOS undertaking we were awarded the next stage of the programme, to install and commission the network throughout the Highlands and Islands and Central Scotland. Of the original 107 LOS surveys carried out, 86 point to point link were required for the network.
Shape won a contract to carry out 90 Line of Sight surveys on one of the countries leading energy provider’s network’s in Scotland who wished to upgrade from an Analogue to a Digital Network in 2007.