Telecommunications Industry

Years Industry Experience

Total Contracts Value

Cell Sites

Federal Agencies Served


Miles of Fiber ROW



Transcon has assembled a team of project managers, planners, natural and cultural resource specialists, and permitting specialists in order to meet the needs of the telecommunication industry. We have set ourselves apart with the development and knowledgable use of innovative tools that enhance communication and increase efficiency. These tools include the Virtual Site Visit, the Project Portal, Unmanned Aerial Systems, 360-degree interactive imagery, and mobile data collection.

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IXC Feasibility Studies

Transcon supported IXC with feasibility studies on over 20,000 miles of ROW across the country.

AT&T, Nexgen Fiber

This fiber optic installation project involved a national reinforcement of AT&T’s existing system. This project was one of their most signifi cation backbone builds that extended from Texas to southern California, approximately 1,300 miles long. Transcon’s involvement included assisting the environmental management for teams securing permits to perform National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) compliance and compliance inspection.

Emery Telcom, Blanding to Bluff and Montezuma Creek

Transcon permitted fiber accross the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, Navajo, Bureau of Land Management, and state land. The project included working with allottees on the Ute land to secure consent to survey, appraisal, and negotiations in addition to Bureau of Indian Affairs coordination. Transcon performed all of the coordination and environmental studies and environmental documents for the project.

Vero Networks, Digital 299 Broadband Project

Transcon performed third-party NEPA and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance activities, including data collection, technical studies, preparation of a joint NEPA/CEQA document (Environmental Assessment/Initial Study), and permitting support. Transcon was asked to perform third-party project management activities in lieu of a federal lead. This position involved intensive coordination among agencies, administrative support, meeting facilitation, and other duties as requested by agencies.

Tohono O’odham Utility Authority (TOUA), Hanam Kek-Formerly

Transcon biologists surveyed the entire project area for the protected Sonoran desert tortoise and two culturally sensitive species: the cactus ferruginous pygmy-owl and the saguaro cactus. Conservation measures were recommended and followed during the project duration. Additionally, Transcon completed all the Clean Water Act compliance requirements, including the documentation of jurisdictional washes pursuant to Section 404, submittal package for clearance related to Section 401 Water Quality Certification, and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans and National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit Section 402.

Other Large Projects

Bay Area Loop - 100 miles, Malin to Bakersfield - 800 miles, Phoenix to Las Vegas - 300 miles, New Mexico to Phoenix - 300 miles, San Jose to San Francisco - 50 miles, New Orleans Loop - 50 miles.


First-Party and Third-Party Roles

NEPA Compliance

State Environmental Compliance (i.e. CEQA)

Compliance Inspection

Archaeology Survey and Monitoring

Biology Survey and Monitoring

Migratory Bird Survey and Monitoring

Wetland Delineaton

Plans of Development

Routing and Siting

Feasibility Studies

Visual Simulations




Vero Fiber Networks

US West


South Central

Table Top Telephone

Tohono O’odham Utility Authority

Emery Telcom

All West Communications

Beehive Broadband

Strata Networks

Safelink Internet

Pacific Gas and Electric


Velocita Communications

North State Resources

Storage Networks

Inyo Networks

BHI Energy

Mid-State Consultants

Rocky Mountain West Telecom

Antenna Sites, Inc.



Quality Telecom Consultants

Ace Environmental, LLC

Weyers Consulting

Pinnacle Consulting, Inc.


Arizona Department of Transportation

Bureau of Land Management

Bureau of Reclamation

California Coastal Commission

California Department of Fish and Wildlife

California Regional Water Control Boards


National Park Service

Rural Utilities Service

Utah Department of Transportation

Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

U.S. Department of Defense

U.S. Department of State

U.S. Forest Service

“They truly are experts at what they do and the products you will receive from them. Very impressed with the crew, job well done.”

Steve Clezie
USDA Sawtooth National Forest

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Electric Utility Industry

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Our Locations

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