Augusta Pines is an affluent community in a suburb outside Houston, TX. The relatively dense population of the neighborhood and the increasing mobile data usage of its residents created a need for new wireless infrastructure. We proposed eight new small cell nodes in the public right of way. By working closely with the neighborhood HOA boards, residents, and other stakeholders, we were able to arrive at a solution that improved coverage and capacity in the area while accommodating the needs and concerns of the community.
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How we worked together.

  • Met with and fostered positive relationships with HOA board members, residents, county engineers, the precinct commissioner, and other community members.

  • Walked through the neighborhood with HOA members to select each final node location.

  • Used community feedback to inform our designs and accommodate the needs of residents.

  • Maintained open lines of communication with the HOAs to ensure they were aware of each upcoming step in the process.

  • Received the approval of residents who ultimately supported the final deployment.

What we achieved.

  • 7 nodes in residential areas installed in the public right of way.

  • 1 node placed along the main road in the public right of way.

  • Improved coverage and capacity for residents in the Augusta Pines neighborhood.

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