Sioux Falls Tower & Communications, now VIKOR Teleconstruction, was founded in 1989 and self-performs the majority of the services offered: Wireless, small cell/DAS, wind, utility, new construction, civil, maintenance, electrical, anchor inspections, etc. With six locations across the Midwest and Mountain West (Sioux Falls, SD; Rapid City, SD; Denver, CO; Pleasant Grove, UT; Missoula, MT; Bismarck, ND), we pride ourselves on quality, integrity, and experience. VIKOR is becoming one of the nation’s leading telecommunication construction companies by building out the wireless and broadcast infrastructure across the Midwest and Mountain Regions.
VIKOR’s work has been featured on the Discovery Channel, CNN, and other national and global networks. VIKOR is an active member of the community, the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE), and other local and national organizations.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr paid a visit to Sioux Falls, where he joined the VIKOR team members, along with Mayor Paul TenHaken, for a tour of a downtown 5G small cell site.
VIKOR partners with the San Juan School District and Utah Navajo Health System (UNHS) as the main contractor in building the infrastructure that will connect 500 homes to the web.
We recently debuted a new and improved version of our site, complete with a fresh, simplified domain: vikor.com.
VIKOR, a turnkey teleconstruction services company, is “in the people business first and the tower business second,” according to Founder and CEO Craig Snyder.
U.S. Congressman John Curtis (UT) conducted a site visit and climbing experience at a communications tower located in Moab, Utah (1503 Sand Flats, Moab, UT).
VIKOR is pleased to announce the promotion of Jon Eastman to the position of President of VIKOR.
VIKOR Teleconstruction is proud to announce that for the third straight year we have been listed on Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
We’re excited to announce the addition of four new management roles. Each of these roles exemplifies the growth and opportunities within VIKOR.
Below is a company update regarding COVID-19 with VIKOR CEO Craig Snyder. Again, our thoughts and prayers are with all during this time of need.
During times of difficulty and crises in our Nation’s history, communication efforts have played a critical role in providing stability, connection, and progress across our country
Sioux Falls, SD – Today VIKOR Teleconstruction announces it will add another office to its expanding list of locations.
VIKOR partners with Southeast Technical Institute to bring state’s first Wireless Infrastructure Technician Certification program to Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls, SD – Today VIKOR Teleconstruction announces it will add another office to it’s growing list of locations.
Thirty years can be a long time under one name. During that length of time, we made some great connections and established ourselves as a top tier contractor in the tower industry.
As Sioux Falls Tower & Communications celebrates its 30th anniversary, the company has announced it will officially change its name to VIKOR Teleconstruction (VĪ-CORE).
Rowena, SD – Sioux Falls Tower had the opportunity to take FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr to the top of the 2,000 ft. KDLT News tower.
Sioux Falls Tower was honored to host FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, Congresswoman Kristi Noem, and members of NATE at our Sioux Falls location.
We were glad to have our fellow associates from across the industry join us for the NWSA – National Wireless Safety Alliance PEAP training this week