Wake Forest Unified Development Ordinance - July 2022

Supplemental Use Standards 3.11 Supplemental Use Standards – Infrastructure


required to be brought into full compliance before a Development Permit will be issued for work related to an Eligible Facility request or application. c. Attachments to Buildings: All antennas shall be flush-mounted on the facie without increasing the height of the building or other structure, unless it can be shown by clear and convincing evidence that such would prohibit or have the effect of prohibiting the provision of service. All such attachments and exposed cabling shall use camouflage or stealth techniques to match the color and texture of the structure as closely as possible. d. Attachments to Towers: All antennas attached to a Tower or other structure shall be flush mounted or as near to flush mounted as is reasonably possible so as to create the smallest profile reasonably possible under the facts and circumstances, unless it can be proven that such would prohibit or serve to prohibit the provision of service or be technologically impracticable. e. Attachments to Water Tanks: In order to maintain the current profile and height, mounting on the top of the tank or the use of a corral shall only be permitted if the Applicant can prove that to locate elsewhere less visually intrusive on the tank will prohibit or have the effect of prohibiting the provision of service. f. Structural Analysis and Report: The Applicant shall provide a certification by a Professional Engineer licensed in the State, along with documentation in the form of a structural analysis, including supporting calculations, that prove that the support structure and its foundation as proposed to be utilized are designed and were or will be constructed to meet all local, Town, State, Federal and TIA ANSI 222 structural requirements for loads, including wind and ice loads and the placement of any equipment on the roof a building after the addition of the proposed new equipment. g. ANSI Inspection: A complete, un-redacted EIA/TIA ANSI 222 Report regarding the physical condition of the Facility or Complex and its components done within the previous six (6) months. If such report has not been done within the previous six (6) months, one shall be done and submitted as part of the Application. No Development Permit shall be issued for any Tower, other support structure, Complex or Wireless Facility or related equipment without the required TIA ANSI 222 Report and where the structure being attached to is in need of remediation to comply with the requirements of this subsection and other adopted standards of the Town, unless and until all remediation work that is deemed needed has been completed or a schedule for the remediation work has been approved by the Administrator.

Town of Wake Forest Unified Development Ordinance – July 19, 2022


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