After years of conceptual design and final engineering along with seemingly endless zoning meeting, strong opposition from a few church members. A new 75 foot high bell tower is now under construction in Schaumburg, IL. The bell tower will be a beautiful addition to the existing church facility and will serve as a telecommunication site for U.S. Cellular. Due to The Village of Schaumburg strict zoning requirements what typically is known as a cell site is not what you would find at this site. Designed to accommodate multiple carriers and built to become an integrated part of the surrounding facility the structure is compose of tube steel columns and steel cross members with a brick exterior to match the existing building. U.S. Cellular radio equipment will be neatly concealed at the base of the structure while the antennas will be installed at the top in a radio frequency friendly fiberglass steeple. The new bell tower will serve the needs of U.S. Cellular customers in the surrounding area as well provide additional income to the Archdiocese of Chicago. The advanced technology used on this project demonstrates the endless possibilities of engineering achievements yet to come.