Community Wireless Structures (CWS) develops infrastructure for wireless networks. This infrastructure enables carriers to develop the hundreds of elevation antenna sites that are needed for seamless service. Typically, carriers achieve height by mounting antennas on existing structures such as high buildings, existing towers and water tanks. Where existing structures are lacking, a new tall structure is needed to provide coverage to that locale. In these dead spots, CWS develops structures 100 to 250 feet in height, designed for the co-location of many service providers. To date, CWS has built in nine Virginia counties, co-locating the following carriers: Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, Clearwire, Cricket, and NTELOS. If you live in the counties of Culpeper, Fairfax, Fauquier, Louisa, Loudoun, Madison, Orange, Prince William, or Stafford the chances are that a CWS structure has helped your call get through.