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Osmose University

Leveraging 80 years of structural expertise to educate the next generation of utility and telecom personnel.

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Each year, Osmose offers three non-commercial seminars designed to educate utility personnel – one for wood, one for steel, and one for joint use. These seminars are offered at no charge to Osmose customers, but seating is limited. We encourage customers to register quickly as these seminars do reach capacity well in advance.

Steel Technical Seminar

Join fellow utility asset management and engineering professionals as industry subject matter experts provide two full days of instruction, including an overview of Structural ResiliencyTM, program development, use of analytics, and best practices for steel structure assessment, corrosion mitigation, and structural restoration of steel towers and poles and concrete foundations.


Who Should Attend?

  • Asset Managers
  • Utility T&D Engineers
  • Program Managers
  • Anyone responsible for the lifecycle management of steel transmission, distribution, and substation assets

Topic Areas Include:

  • Using Analytics in Structure Asset Management
  • Groundline Assessment
  • Structure Assessment Incorporating: Drones, UASs, and LiDAR
  • Engineering Analysis of Steel Structures
  • Corrosion Prevention
  • Asset Restorations and Resiliency
  • Cost Analysis: Steel Asset Retention (Stewardship) vs. Loss/Replacement
  • Program Capitalization
  • Live Outdoor Demonstrations

Peachtree City, Georgia - May 13 - 15, 2024

Cost: This steel seminar is complimentary and includes one dinner reception, one off-site dinner and event in Atlanta, two breakfasts, two lunches, and transportation from the host hotel to the Osmose campus.

Complete the form below to register!

Do you want to repeat a seminar? If you would like to re-attend a seminar, please understand the content from year-to-year is similar and ideal for first-time attendees. Any returning attendees will be initially put on a waitlist so we can accommodate any first-time attendees. To be added to the waitlist, email Shalunda Hugley-Brown at