City of Scottsburg
The city appreciated the mutual pole use agreement draft provided by Spectrum Engineering Corporation and later had the existing agreement updated to reflect utility cost and pole changes.
By law a utility entity owns and is liable for their utility poles containing both electric and communication assets. The utility rents communications space to companies, requiring a two-way contract known as a “joint use pole attachment agreement." Drawing from its extensive experience, Spectrum Engineering Corporation can provide expert advice on what can at times be seen as a complex business process.
Below are key engineering support services provided to ensure a smooth process between owner, engineer and licensee:
The city of Scottsburg appreciated the mutual pole use agreement draft that Spectrum Engineering Corporation assisted with. At a later date, Spectrum Engineering Corporation was contacted to conduct an additional review of the existing agreement related to needs such as changing utility practices, new attachees, transfers, overlashings, and overall rate increases.