Lighting towers for building sites

Regardless of the size of a building site, having the right lighting carefully planned, arranged and installed is essential.

It’s important to ensure good lighting on the site, for safe working at all times of the day – and night. Especially during the winter and when working in the evenings, the use of artificial light on the site is a necessity. Daylight is insufficient at such times to work safely on building and construction. That's why it’s necessary to use artifical light to support working processes and the general movement of personnel and machinery on the site.

All our masts meet the strict requirements for lighting on building sites, along with all safety and production standards. They are made and documented according to European standards for execution of steel and aluminium structures according to EN 1090-1

In common with football pitches and sports facilities, building sites can vary in size, which means requirements can also vary. But one important difference is that masts for building sites are rarely permanent, and the requirements for their service life will also differ. Naturally, these are factors we take into account with our calculations.

A building site is under constant development, and flexibility is essential. Choosing one of our mobile footings to go with a mast is therefore a big advantage, making it possible to resite the mast anywhere on the site, providing a more dynamic solution.


Carl C. A/S was founded in 1969, and over the years has amassed comprehensive experience and expertise in the manufacture of steel towers, foundations and accessories. Today we supply towers to a wide variety of industries where quality and safety are a top priority. 


Carl C. A/S is certified to the quality-management system DS EN ISO 9001. In addition, the company is certified to DS EN ISO 3834-2 and DS EN ISO 1090 EXC 1–4, which means that Carl C. A/S meets the requirements for being able to manufacture and CE-mark steel structures in accordance with the most stringent requirements in Europe.