STEALTH fabricators are not your typical bricklayers. In fact, STEALTH must undergo a unique process to fabricate various brick textured concealments including brick rooftop concealments and even brick tower concealments.
STEALTH’s process includes the use of a CNC machine and our in-house artist.
Check out the video below of the STEALTH team fabricating brick concealments!
We appreciate all of those who stopped by our booth at ACUTA. It was a great success. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting each and everyone of you.
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Many times rooftop concealments are not only required to match the color and texture of the existing building, but also the architectural elements of the building.
STEALTH is often asked to create a cornice at the top of the rooftop concealment panels to match the building’s architecture. Oftentimes, by designing a rooftop concealment to match the existing architecture of the area, landlords and zoning boards are more likely to approve and allow the concealment to be on the building.
Below is excerpt of a drawing for the cornice of a screenwall rooftop concealment.
Give up? Zinwave announced they will be installing a new DAS system in the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO.
This means Coloradans can now talk, text, and Tweet faster, easier and faster than ever while enjoying a concert, basketball game, or other event at the venue. The Pepsi Center joins a long list of other arenas and stadiums to install DAS systems.
STEALTH specializes in DAS Concealment. We know fans get rowdy and antennas can get ripped down. Concealing your DAS system can protect your antennas and prevent them from damages caused by rowdy fans.
STEALTH specializes in matching existing concealments’ texture and colors.
No matter the color, pattern, or texture, we will stop at nothing to get a dead on match. Brick is one of our tougher textures to match. We must match the brick size, pattern, and color. Photos of the existing site and measurements of the existing brick make our matching process simpler.
Once we have a color match and a pattern match we are able to fabricate the brick pattern on our panels.