We aim to not only offer you the best professional labor, but also the safest. Our employees are "Comtrain Certified" for tower climbing and rescue. We comply with all OSHA requirements and hold general safety requirement meetings and instructions before each project, as well as, daily tailgate meetings during the project. Many of our personnel are certified with Dragonwave Andrews, CommScope, and Cablewave installations. Our goal is to provide you with complete assurance of quality and professionalism in the build out of your communication requirements.
GEORGE A. JACKSON
SINCE 1967, GEORGE HAS BEEN AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE COMMUNICATION INDUSTRY'S GROWTH. HIS KNOWLEDGE STEMMED FROM HANDS-ON TRAINING, STARTING AS A CREW MEMBER AND ADVANCING THROUGH THE RANKS HAS EXPEDITED HIS ASCENSION TO BECOMING AN INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR AND MARKETING EXECUTIVE.
After assessing the state of the industry in 1979, George founded TWR Telecom, Inc. to offer a more efficient level of service based on his extensive experience in all aspects of tower related construction/maintenance. As Owner/CEO of TWR Telecom he brought a unique insight to project management. His leadership ability and expertise earned him the respect of his peers. His reputation, based on integrity and determination provided him with one of the most respected tower companies in the country. His market awareness and business savvy helped him diversify the company's base to meet customer demands by adding TWR Lighting, TWR Communications, Rooker Tower Company, and Specialty Drilling. These companies were all managed by Mr. Jackson until he sold them in 1999.
From 1999 until present George has stayed affiliated and updated in the communication industry through his TWR Telecom S.A. de C.V. company in Mexico. In 2001, Mr. Jackson acquired Specialty Drilling, Ltd, and then in 2005 he began again by forming Quality Tower Services, Ltd. and Specialty Tower Lighting, Ltd., once again determined to bring higher quality and stronger safety standards to the industry.