Our Team

ERI employs experienced electrical and structural engineers, including licensed registered professional engineers. They work side by side to develop integrated antenna and tower structures that optimize performance and reliability. There are substantial benefits to this close relationship:

  • Quick and constant communications to solve critical interface details
  • Expeditious design of new transmission systems
  • Full accountability from our entire team

Our trained and experienced engineering team extends into our factories to facilitate collaboration on cost-effective and precise fabrication of the complete system, to coordinate deliveries and installation, and to ensure budget compliance.

The manufacturing staff is comprised of experienced engineers, machinists, certified welders, and competent, highly trained professionals who perform final product assembly and testing in the factory and on our test range.

We complement the design and fabrication team with a project management group that coordinates all aspects of fulfilling the antenna and/or tower system from the time of order entry through the completion of installation.

These services include coordination of schedules, subcontractors, delivery of materials, installation and its supervision, and final system assembly, tuning, and testing, plus documentation.

ERI’s professional team also includes a field service group to perform on site assembly of antenna and filter systems. These competent, experienced technicians perform system setup, optimization, and provide final test data to confirm correct system performance. When required, they also provide supporting documentation for FCC licensing and on site repairs, system upgrades, modifications, and troubleshooting for ERI television and radio antenna products. The ERI team includes engineers with education and experience in:

  • Performing tower and transmission system inspections, regardless of tower origin.
  • Providing structural analysis services for towers.
  • Designing and installing structural reinforcement modifications to increase tower capacity.