Level II- Site Acquisition Birddog Training

Level II- Site Acquisition Birddog Training

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Level II Site Acquisition Birddog Training
Wireless Infrastructure Site Search Due Diligence
This training level includes six modules (7-12)
in Process #1/15 Search Area Due Diligence

Module 7 Learning Objectives
Search Area Assignment

Upon completion of Module 7 the learner will be able to:
explain the site acquisition consultant’s responsibilities in conducting a site search
describe the review and analysis process for a search assignment
explain the priority of existing structures in the process
explain how environmental factors are addressed in the process
explain the importance of due diligence in the site search
list the advantages of collocation with existing structures over building new structures
explain the purpose of the Search Area Request Form
explain the purpose of the formal site acquisition assignment transmittal
list the components of a search area assignment
list the identification information that is included in a search area assignment
define basic trading area
define economic area grouping
define cellular market area
define regional economic area grouping
list numbers that might be assigned to a wireless facility location
list the types of maps used in the site acquisition process
list possible sources of the name of a search area
explain what information is needed to determine the possibility of collocation on an existing communications tower
identify issues to be considered in placing a site on a rooftop vs. on a communications tower
list reasons why collocation on an existing structure might not work
identify factors that would allow a new communications tower to be built within a mile of an existing communications tower in a rural area

Module 8 Learning Objectives
Search Area Mapping

Upon completion of module 8 the learner will be able to:
explain how to interpret area map search results
list five zoning categories
explain the purpose of site area mapping
explain the purpose of zoning research
list the components of zoning district regulations
list five zoning district categories
explain how small cell laws impact local zoning or permitting
define conditional use permit
list conditions that could be placed on an approved conditional use permit
identify possible actions to change an unapproved property use to an approved use
identify two local zoning regulations that specifically address wireless facilities
define incentive zoning
list the information that can be obtained from tax maps
compare the two types of plat books
explain the different ways county real property tax rolls are organized
explain the purpose of the Public Land Survey System
explain the organizational format of the Public Land Survey System
explain the difference between townships in the PLSS and the exception states
list the two government agencies environmental maps used by site acquisition representatives
list six types of maps that are used in due diligence research for the project

Module 9 Learning Objectives
Zone-ability

Upon completion of Module 9 the learner will be able to:
define zone-ability
explain how the zone-ability of a site is determined
explain how to document that a jurisdiction has no zoning requirements
list three factors that have a negative impact on collocation desirability
identify the Federal law that requires collocation on an existing communications tower without requiring a hearing
explain three ways to calculate setback requirements
list five points from which a setback might be measured
list ten factors which can be measures of zone-ability
explain the purpose of the Site Plan Review
explain the lease-ability impact on zone-ability
identify the agency that administers the environmental review process for wireless facilities
list the ten types of development that require environmental assessment
explain the four ways environmental impacts are grouped

Module 10 Learning Objectives
Constructability

Upon completion of Module 10 the learner will be able to:
define constructability
explain how the constructability of a site is determined
list five elements that effect the constructability of a wireless facility
list the advantages of collocation on an existing structure
list the disadvantages of collocation on an existing structure
list seven types organizations that own existing structures for antenna collocation
identify four operators of public safety towers
explain why local public safety agencies have a vested interest in the location of wireless carrier facilities
explain why constructability of macro and micro cell sites in multi-story buildings is very difficult
list five processes used to build new antenna structures
list four types of design for antenna structures
identify the elements of review for constructability by the construction manager
explain the responsibilities of the construction manager
explain the key issues in considering the accessibility of a potential site
list the three requirements to be met when planning construction on Indian reservations
describe how Right of Way permits can be obtained

Module 11 Learning Objectives
Lease-ability

Upon completion of Module 11 the learner will be able to:
define lease-ability
explain how the lease-ability of a site is determined
determine if a site meets the client’s criteria
explain the difficulties of dealing with multiple owners of a proposed site location
name three conditions that make a property unavailable
list five urban search areas
identify three factors to consider in the design of a guyed tower
list lease area shapes
identify three key areas of concern for managers of commercial, institutional and class A office buildings regarding wireless facilities
list seven items of corporation information that can be found on a Secretary of State’s website
explain reasons a property owner might decide to back out of a deal with the wireless facility
describe the first level of property owner acceptance

Module 12 Learning Objectives
Property Owner Communications

Upon completion of Module 12 the learner will be able to:
demonstrate an approach to meeting and talking with property owners in order to secureĀ  wireless facility space rights agreements
explain multiple perspectives present in wireless facility negotiations
list four beneficial traits to exhibit in communications with property owners
describe the information that should be given in the initial contact with the property owner
describe the information that should be included in a marketing letter to a property owner
identify five purposes of a field trip to the search area
identify the factors to consider in counter offers
identify the point in the process when non-negotiables are presented
list five common non-negotiables
explain the key points in assignments
explain the main points in a Right of First Refusal
explain the main points in interference clauses
explain the main points regarding interference
explain the main points regarding environmental clauses
explain the main points regarding mutual indemnification
explain the main points regarding subordination
explain the main points regarding recording a memorandum
explain the main points regarding rent escalation
list the two key team members in the selection of a site

 

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