[AusNOG] going rate for a rooftop installation?
cameron.murray at gmail.com
Wed Jun 5 12:35:26 EST 2019
Yep, I've had some building not charge anything and others want $500/m
On Wed, Jun 5, 2019 at 12:31 PM Mark Smith <markzzzsmith at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 5 Jun 2019 at 12:07, Paul Wilkins <paulwilkins369 at gmail.com>
> > There's no such thing as a "going rate", as the notion of a going rate
> assumes a functioning market, and obviously, due to the unique geographic
> nature of each roof top, and the lack of diversity of demand for these
> services, there aren't the factors of supply and demand that would allow
> for a market mechanism to dictate price.
> So you're saying the price could vary from $0 through to $∞?
> > Kind regards
> > Paul Wilkins
> > On Tue, 4 Jun 2019 at 12:55, Jonathan Brewer <jon.brewer at gmail.com>
> >> Variables affecting price (which can range from free to $5k USD per
> antenna per year) include:
> >> Whether the antenna is to service a tenant of the building, or if to
> provide service to others from the building.
> >> If to service a tenant of the building, size & mounting arrangements
> can impact the price. Non-penetrating mounts can keep the cost lower.
> >> When using the building to provide service to others, cost can vary
> depending on
> >> Size of the market
> >> Commercial / industrial / residential
> >> Grade of the building
> >> Size of the antenna(s)
> >> Number of antenna(s)
> >> Power level of antenna(s)
> >> Inside space requirements
> >> Access requirements (i.e. 24/7 unaccompanied or 8/5 accompanied)
> >> Whether this is a separate lease between the building owner & antenna
> owner, or an addition to a tenant lease.
> >> If the building is managed by a management company or an owner/operator
> >> Whether the rooftop is managed as a shared space by a body corporate
> >> I've done this hundreds of times across multiple Asia-Pac markets. It's
> not really fun so I charge full rate for the work. These days I try to have
> a design first, with drawings rendered in SketchUp, details on mounts,
> cable routing, make good when removed, lease terms, and suggested pricing
> based on market rates - all as part of a proposal for the building manager.
> In some places it's wise to offer the building management office free
> Internet as part of the lease, but always get that well-documented in the
> >> Also I know someone is going to ask, so yes, I've co-sited lasers. But
> not space lasers. Yet.
> >> On Mon, 3 Jun 2019 at 23:03, Karl Auer <kauer at biplane.com.au> wrote:
> >>> Someone wants to put an antenna on a roof. A pole-and-two-struts kind
> >>> of thing. What sort of price should they expect to pay? Is there a
> >>> "going rate" or is it a case-by case thing?
> >>> Regards, K.
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