Structural mapping in telecommunications is the identification and characterization of geodesic structures. Structural mapping is the identification and characterization of structural expression. Structures include faults, folds, synclines and anticlines, and lineaments. Understanding structures is key to interpreting the crustal movements that have shaped the present-day terrain. 

Structures can indicate the potential location of oil and gas reserves by characterizing both the geometry of subsurface rock layers and the degree of crustal deformation and stress experienced at a particular location. 

A detailed study of the structure can be obtained using geophysical techniques such as seismic surveys. Structures are also examined for signs of crustal movement and potential hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, and volcanic activity.

Our engineers use a variety of geophysical methods to identify potentially hazardous areas and draw conclusions about building safety or whether any changes need to be made to stabilize future structures. We offer detailed mapping of all types of structures such as monopole, self-supporting, self-supporting, and telecommunication towers.

We also understand the importance of getting detailed and accurate information from the scene so that our clients can fully understand their installations. For structural analysis, detailing, and space planning, we provide mapping services and visual site information.

Our work includes, but is not limited to, a simple inventory of the tenant’s equipment and preparation of a complete map report showing all dimensions of supports and elements, as well as antennas, mounts, lines, and other fixtures supported by the structure. The visual inspection provides all information in the form of a report detailing measurements, locations, and photographs.

Albul Engineering believes that safety, availability, and experience are our greatest assets. All of our employees are fully trained and comply with OSHA regulations.