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Filing a Construction Notification in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on submitting a Construction Notification in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. You would file a construction notification when the construction/alteration is completed as outlined in your registration.

Steps to Filing a Construction Notification Application in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. On the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard click on the drop-down arrow on the More Actions button.
  3. Select the purpose Notify Completion of Construction.
  4. On the Registration Manager page click on the registration number you would like to update.
  5. On the Registration at a Glance page click on the drop-down arrow on the More Actions button and select Notify Completion of Construction.
  6. Enter the date constructed or last altered then click on the Save and Continue button.
  7. On the Application Summary page click on the Sign and Submit button
  8. Complete the Certification page and click the Submit Application button.

    Note: By typing your first and last name in the name fields you have signed your application.

  9. You will receive a confirmation of application submission that shows the file number and status. Click the Back to Home button to return to the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard.
FAQs – Filing a Construction Notification Application in ASR

Will I owe a filing fee?

No.

Am I required to file a construction notification?

Yes. Within 24 hours of completion of the construction.

Why can’t I see the registrations I want to update in step 4?

There are a few possibilities:

  • Registrations must be in a Granted status in order to file a construction notification.
  • The registration must be linked to the same FRN you used to log in to ASR Online Filing.
  • If you previously started to file a construction notification application and did not complete the filing, it could be in a list of Saved applications.

When will the status of my registration be updated?

Generally, the construction notification application is granted on the same business day and the status of the registration is updated to Constructed.

How do I know if my application is received at the FCC?

Applications will appear immediately in ASR Application Search. Enter the file number in the ASR Application Search to find your application.

What should I do if I filed the application in error?

You can Submit a Help Request for assistance.

How long do I have to notify the FCC that a registered tower was constructed?

You must notify the FCC within 24 hours of completion of construction.

What do I need to do if a registered tower will not be constructed?

You must notify the FCC within 24 hours of the project being abandoned by filing a cancellation notification.

What are the requirements to file a construction notification if a tower was constructed prior to registering the tower in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system?

There are two possibilities:

  • If you register a tower for the first time and the tower was previously constructed, you must file a construction notification within 24 hours of obtaining the tower registration. You must indicate the date the tower was constructed and not the date the tower was registered. If you do not know the exact date, you can indicate the year and use “1-1” for the month and day.
  • If you file a tower modification to correct the height of the tower or the site coordinates, you must file a construction notification within 24 hours of obtaining the tower registration. You must indicate the date the tower was constructed and not the date the tower was registered. If you do not know the exact date, you can indicate the year and use “1-1” for the month and day.

 

Last Updated: 12/1/2014

 

 

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