Our team at Mi-Tech exudes midwest professional service ethic. It’s the single most important service we provide to you. And it’s just as true for our pole inspection services. With our team on the job, you’ll never have to worry about the stability and soundness of your poles. We’re talking tried and true techniques combined with the latest and greatest technology to inspect and treat every pole you’ve got.
It’s not a line item, but it is there. Our team is loyal to your project and to ensuring your poles live a long, healthy life.
If your poles aren’t being routinely inspected and maintained, you could be setting yourself up for unnecessary costs due to premature failure.
Let Mi-Tech’s team of experienced inspectors extend the life of your poles for years to come. Bottom line? That saves you money and hassle.
With more than 35 years of experience in the field, our trusted team has seen it all. Our pole restoration techniques have succeeded time and time again in the harshest elements.
Each situation and pole is different. That’s why Mi-Tech offers a number of different techniques to ensure you’re system is only getting what it truly needs.
Technology advances every single day. Obvious, right? You might be surprised just how many people still use antiquated paper records to keep tabs on your valuable resources.
At Mi-Tech, our team sets itself apart by offering digital mapping and data access so you can keep more precise and detailed records.
Best of all, our data integrates with your internal mapping system. Welcome to the 21st Century.
Sometimes when the integrity of a pole is compromised, you might not have to completely replace it. Our inspectors will determine if it is a good candidate for steel trussing using Pole Enforcer by Laminated Wood Systems. Then, to save cost while still providing safety and security, our team can brace the damaged pole and make it last for years to come.
Mi-Tech performed technical wetland delineation services in accordance with established regulatory methodology. Their documentation report was clear and concise, providing a suitable understanding of environmental resources requiring protection during future development of the property.HSE Environmental Coordinator, Michels Corporation