Our Superintendent expertise provides accurate estimating, efficient project management, and effective cost-control. Each Construction site is assigned a Superintendent to be the point-of-contact. Furthermore, our years of experience have gained us the knowledge to customize construction efforts to suit each specific construction project, and bring difficult and sensitive projects to successful completion.
Our Superintendents and Managers have over 25 years of combined Cell Site Construction experience ranging from: Rooftop sites on high profile hotels, businesses, Church steeples, Clock Towers, Monoplams/pines, Flagpoles, Light Poles and Southern California Edison Tower Sites.
Stargate Communications subcontracts a small percentage of the work to significantly reduce delays in completion, cost overruns, and inconsistent job quality. Furthermore, the quality of work provided by our subcontractors is of the finest workmanship.
We believe that our Competitive Advantage is a result from the mutual trust and respect that we share with our customers, subcontractors, and valuable employees. Our dedication and commitment to quality construction, ethical business practices, and competitive pricing structures has earned us the privilege of repeat business.
Stargate Communications LLC.
is based out of Southern California and specializes in:
Stargate Communications is always looking for self motivated people.
Stargate Communications LLC
13963 Ramona Ave Suite E
Chino Ca 91710
Safety is #1 here at Stargate Communications. We understand that while time is of the essence in every avenue of the wireless process, there is always time for safety. Stargate Communications holds regular safety training programs for all employees including CPR/AED, First Aid, EME Awareness, Commtrain Certification, OSHA 10 Hour Safety Course, Safe Fork Lift Operation Certs, and Safe Manlift Certs. Stargate Communications field technicians are trained to identify and alleviate any unsafe work conditions they may come across. Tools used to mitigate potential problems include Hazard Assessments, JSA’s, Tailgate Meetings, Emergency Action Plans, Job Safety Plans, and our company’s IIPP. The first Wednesday of every month employees attend a company wide safety meeting that concentrates on the safety process including updating and/or modifying our procedures to reflect new obstacles or regulations we may have come across.