Pompton Lakes, N.J. – Clearcom Wireless Services, LLC (Clearcom), a telecommunications contracting company specializing in the installation, expansion and maintenance of the nation’s next-generation wireless communications infrastructure, has established its new operations center at 138 Cannonball Rd., in Pompton Lakes, N.J. The company provides highly specialized turn-key solutions to wireless carriers, vendors, tower companies, telecom operators, OEMs and local agencies throughout New Jersey and the entire Northeast.

The new operations center is centrally situated within a small industrial area in the municipality’s Borough Center, just off the downtown business district along Wanaque Avenue. The borough is currently undergoing a major revitalization initiative that includes sweeping redevelopment plans to incorporate mixed-use residential, retail and commercial space.

Clearcom’s new location offers proximity to the region’s extensive highway infrastructure, allowing easy access to wireless construction sites throughout the state and entire Northeast corridor. The area is served by many of New Jersey’s most-traveled highways, including I-287 and I-80, with connections to I-78 and I-95, as well as State Routes 202 and 46 and Routes 3 and 208.

In addition to its new operations center, Clearcom also has launched a new website highlighting its services, featured projects and career opportunities. The site can be viewed at www.clearcomwireless.com.

Established in 2017, Clearcom offers wireless telecommunications services to an ever-evolving industry where customer satisfaction and retention are closely aligned. Value-add A&L installation, expansion and maintenance services for developing wireless network assets encompass cellular technology build outs, relocations and upgrades; modern wireless communication signal sets and technologies (UMTS, LTE, WCDMA and GSM); and delivery/modification of guyed towers, lattice towers, monopole towers, water towers, stealth towers and rooftops. Clearcom also specializes in leading equipment platforms such as Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and Alcatel Lucent.