Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) for New Construction
Plan Today For Connectivity Tomorrow
You have lots of requirements when planning a new building. Be sure ubiquitous connectivity is one of them. It’s the new standard for tenant satisfaction, giving you the competitive advantage you need to ensure occupancy. WIN can help you plan for a DAS or other connectivity solution before construction starts — saving up to 30% on installation costs and enabling smart building technology from the moment your doors open, without sacrificing building aesthetics. WIN is the only leading connectivity solutions provider that truly understands the demands of new construction stakeholders and the impact of building decisions on connectivity.
Wireless Infrastructure Options to Meet Your Needs
We’ll work with you and your stakeholders to customize a DAS, enterprise small cell or alternative Wi-Fi solution for your new building. Every option is vendor- and carrier-neutral, scalable and 100% guaranteed to provide ubiquitous coverage.
Communication Solutions for Convenience and Safety
Through our network of strategic partners, we’ll help you plan for cutting-edge smart building technologies that will enable personalized communication with everyone in the building. Our reliable infrastructure will ensure delivery of every message — from coffee-shop coupons to building maintenance updates and emergency alerts.
Funding Options with Long-term Returns
WIN offers flexible funding options and will work with you to find a financing solution that meets your requirements. We source funding whenever possible and secure carrier participation upfront so your infrastructure begins delivering value as soon as your first tenants move in.
Happy Carriers say:“We did quite a few buildings with WIN, and they did a great job. I think they are good people that know what they are doing.”
Happy Architects say:“WIN helped me understand how design and materials could impact connectivity in a building. Taking their advice into account led to very happy building owners and tenants in the end.”