Sioux Falls Tower has new name

April 1, 2019

Sioux Falls Tower & Communications has changed its name to Vikor Teleconstruction.

The company recently marked its 30-year anniversary and has locations in Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Denver and Orem, Utah.

“It has been exciting to watch our growth and expansion over the past 30 years,” Craig Snyder, founder and CEO of Vikor, said in a statement. “With that expansion, Sioux Falls Tower has felt the need to change our name to something that better reflects our growing organization.”

Vikor Teleconstruction’s Mike Young, Craig Snyder and Bart Roberts

Vikor is a national provider of wireless infrastructure, providing services in more than 30 states.

The name was inspired by the Vikor method, a compromise-ranking algorithm developed to reach a solution that is closest to ideal in highly complex situations.

“We feel the definition aligns perfectly with our ideals. Our purpose is to stop at nothing to reach the most desirable solution in an intensely technical and calculated work environment,” the company said.

“On a lighter note, we also like the name because of its indirect connection to our northern Midwest roots. Like the early Vikings, we too identify with being rugged individuals, travelers, explorers and even conquerors. We will always look to positively represent the place where this all started, in the northern plains of Sioux Falls.”

Vikor plans to remain a private company “for the foreseeable future,” it said.

“Although ownership may go through natural adjustments and growth, the current structure and private ownership of the company will remain the same. This change only reflects our desired strategy for growth and advancement as a company.”

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Sioux Falls Tower has new name

Sioux Falls Tower & Communications has changed its name to Vikor Teleconstruction.

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