Inauguration Washington, D.C

Client: Verizon Wireless
Status: Completed, Winter 2012/2013

For the 2012 Presidential Inauguration, MAC constructed 4 temporary sites at different landmarks across Washington, D.C to handle the influx of wireless traffic over the three week celebratory period. Awarded by Verizon Wireless, the project included a temp monopole tower at the Air & Space Museum; a COLT at the National Museum of Natural History; a temp COLT and portable tower at the D.C War Memorial; and a COW at the Capitol Building. One GOAT was installed at the Adelphi switch to ensure wireless functionality. MAC was also called upon by the National Park Service to correct the damage and restore the lawn where the Verizon tower and other carriers were set up.

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Grand Prix
Grand Prix Baltimore, Maryland

Client: Verizon Wireless with the Baltimore Hyatt
Status: Completed, Summer 2012

The 2012 Grand Prix, located in downtown Baltimore, required a temporary site of outdoor cabinets placed in the parking garage of the Hyatt hotel located on Light Street. MAC was chosen for this job based on their knowledge and expertise with temp mounts for a solid, safe and professional looking temporary install. MAC installed the equipment and will create a permanent solution in 2014.

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VA Gold Cup
VA Gold Cup The Plains, Virginia

Client: Verizon Wireless
Status: Annually recurring Project

An annual job for MAC, the completion of Gold Cup 2013 required the placement of a COW with a temporary wireless tower above. Installation of the COW and all of the hardware and cables around the race track was completed with ease and materials were left set up for an event in October. The utility installation included a temporary microwave hop for the telco and a temporary generator and power fueling. MAC looks forward to working on the VA Gold Cup event next year.

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Fruitland- Raw Land
Fruitland- Raw Land Fruitland, Maryland

Client: VTS with the Maryland Department of Information Technology
Status: Completed 2013

As a raw land project for the Maryland Department of Information Technology on the Eastern Shore, Fruitland consisted of clearing a 78 by 144 foot piece of land for a 330 foot tower in an area known for a high water table and sand which required a unique approach to the tower foundation. By partnering with one of our trusted engineering firms, MAC designed a foundation solution with auger cast piles with pile caps. MAC fenced the area, poured concrete pads and installed a propane tank. Mid Atlantic Contracting’s unique and unparalleled background in both wireless and foundation work made this project a success.

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