- Jul 16, 2010
- Raymond, NH
The piers need to be anchored to something. If no ledge, it's a concrete slab that you won't see. When wind it applied to the structure, there is massive amounts of uplift on one side that is why the foundation is way way over engineered even with maximum tower loading. The structure should fail before the foundation. In this case, obviously there is/was a serious problem. Did the freestanding tower take out the smaller guyed tower? It's hard to tell by the pics.
Took out two smaller guyed towers.......