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    Welcomes You.
  • Rooftop Installations
    Rooftop Installations
  • Tower Construction
    Tower Construction
  • In-Building Wireless

About Us

  • HighAngle's growth and success continues to be based upon responsive service, technical expertise, fully qualified safety-trained personnel, and above all on the consistently high quality of our installations. HighAngle's pricing is competitive, but we will never 'price-compromise' the quality and long-term reliability of your installation.

    HighAngle Contracting Inc. was the prime communications contractor on the Canada Line in Vancouver BC. This $2 billion rapid transit project links downtown Vancouver to it's International Airport, and is the largest infrastructure project ever built in British Columbia. Opened 3 months early and on budget, HighAngle Contracting successfully installed the Andrew Corp. (Radiax) radio system for Canada Line Operations and for ECOMM, and the complete cellular telephone system for Telus, Bell, and Rogers in 16KM of tunnels and 8 rapid transit stations under the City of Vancouver.

    Whether you need a remote cell site built, upgrades to the wireless infrastructure in your pumping station, sports stadium, or a transit communications system installed above ground or below, we invite you to talk to HighAngle Contracting Inc. about your unique requirements.

Services

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    Transit Systems

    HighAngle Contracting is Western Canada's premier contractor for the installation of Transit System cellular and Radio (Radiax) telecommunication systems. HighAngle was responsible for two very recent, very high profile Transit system installs. Both were completed on budget and ahead of schedule with zero issue at start up of each system.
    With the resounding success of the Canada Line in Vancouver, BC and West LRT in Calgary, Alberta, HighAngle is poised to install the wireless communication systems for transit systems across Western Canada. Quality speaks for itself!.

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    Tower Construction

    HighAngle Contracting crews are tower construction experts. One of our most challenging projects in late 2008 included construction of a 200 foot communications tower in the Callaghan Valley near Whistler, north of Vancouver, British Columbia. This project, for Bell, Telus, and Rogers, enabled providers to deliver full cellular coverage at Whistler Olympic Park which was a key venue for the Vancouver/Whistler 2010 Olympic Winter Games. In spite of massive snowfalls in late 2008 which necessitated transport of men and equipment by snow cat and snowmobile, HighAngle met delivery commitments to our customers.
    Talk to HighAngle about your unique communications tower requirements.

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    Rooftops

    HighAngle Contracting offers complete rooftop installation services including electrical. Our installers will treat your landlord with empathy and respect,  ensure that the jobsite is spotless, do their best to minimize impact to tenants, and that roof membrane issues are given the priority they deserve at all times.
    Our reputation for outstanding quality and on-time delivery has been built on rooftops across British Columbia. HighAngle's installation teams specialize in rooftop cellular communications sites with high-quality composite concealment shrouds of all sizes. From single panel antenna shrouds to shrouds 30m in length or more!

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    In-Building Wireless

    When aesthetics and attention to detail are imperative, you can count on HighAngle Contracting for a project that not only works great, but looks great too.
    When the Richmond Olympic Oval team needed wireless in-building ADC infrastructure that worked flawlessly and didn't detract from the building's stunning architecture, they chose HighAngle Contracting to get the job done right.
    HighAngle's major in-building wireless infrastructure projects in the Vancouver area include BC Place, Roger's Arena, Vancouver Trade & Convention Centre, Whistler Convention Centre, Terasen Gas, CBC Vancouver, BCIT's Aviation Technology School, Coquitlam Centre Mall, Calgary West LRT, and all 16Km of Canada Line's underground cellular and radio communications systems.

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    System Maintenance

    Your wireless communications systems must work 24/7 - especially during emergencies. E-COMM is the emergency communications centre for southwest British Columbia. Through a 9-1-1 call centre including radio and dispatch systems, E-COMM provides emergency communication services and support systems to Police, Fire, and Ambulance emergency responders and the two-million residents of southwest B.C.
    Who does E-COMM turn to when THEY have a wireless infrastructure emergency? HighAngle Contracting. HighAngle provides the responsive, reliable customer service that E-COMM demands. Whether you have emergencies every few minutes like E-COMM - or only once a year - talk to HighAngle Contracting Inc. about your unique wireless system maintenance requirements.

Pictures

Some of our recent projects.

Safety

A priority at HighAngle Contracting Inc.

Here at HighAngle Contracting, Safety is paramount and we do everything we can to exceed National and Provincial safety standards. All of our employees are certified OFA Level 1 First Aid Attendants with two OFA level 3 Attendants on staff as well. We also have our own certified Construction Safety Officer (CSO) on the team. All of our employees receive Health Canada's Safety Code 6 (Radio Frequency Energy "RF") safety training as well as Fall Protection, Arial Lift, and many other site specific safety courses and orientations.

We also have a team of highly trained Rope Access Technicians. Every employee on the rope access team receives training and certification with the Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT). This highly trained and highly skilled team always has safety foremost in their minds. Working at great heights and depending on the work you and your team do to keep you alive puts safety in the priority in which it belongs... The first one!