The cell tower, which is being constructed at the end of a road about a mile up Campbells Creek, should provide cell service to anyone within a three-mile radius, Luoni said.
The cell tower will increase safety for drivers moving up and down Campbells Creek Road, he said. It will also help residents living in the area.
"We've had a lot of copper thefts in the Campbells Creek area, and if a thief takes out some phone lines people will still be able to make calls using their cellphones," Luoni said.
"We see this as a safety issue," he added.
Sammy Black, a subcontractor who handles site acquisition for companies that build cell towers, said the terrain in the Campbells Creek area was very rugged.
This makes it very expensive to construct a cellphone tower, he said.
Black would not release how much it will cost Beacon Towers to construct the structure.
"This has proven to be a very difficult site to build on," Black said.