Capitalization of Steel Treatment & Repair

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. EDT
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This webinar is complimentary and intended for utility asset owners.

 

Join us for a webinar to discuss the capitalization of transmission structure rehabilitation. In this webinar, we will discuss the following points:

  • Why are corrosion rehabilitation and mitigation necessary?
  • The impact of corrosion on transmission structures
  • The life extension and betterment offered by corrosion rehabilitation and mitigation
  • Organizational benefits of capitalizing corrosion rehabilitation and mitigation
  • Relevant accounting references and precedents

 

About the Presenter

Nate Cecil is a Senior Director for Steel Infrastructure Solutions at Osmose with over 30 years of heavy civil construction experience. He holds a BS in Civil Engineering and a MS in Construction Science from Clemson University. After serving as a Civil Engineering Officer in the United States Air Force, Nate spent many years in the construction industry building water and wastewater treatment plants in the southeastern United States. Nate is a NACE-Certified Corrosion Technician and an ACI Certified Concrete Field Testing Technician, Grade I. He is the Senior Director for Steel Infrastructure Solutions at Osmose. 

 

Connor Spencer is a Solutions Consultant at Osmose. He is a graduate of the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia, and spent his career prior to joining Osmose working in finance and strategy at Capital One and UpCounsel, a small startup in San Francisco. Connor is responsible for financial modeling for distribution plant asset management investment strategies, and works with the rest of Osmose's Solutions Consulting team to refine financial messaging across all of Osmose's product lines.

 

John Spiller is the Sr. Director – Transmission Infrastructure Solutions  for Osmose. He is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a BS in Civil Engineering and he earned his MBA from the University of Georgia. With more than five years of utility transmission experience, he has worked on many large-scale restoration and design projects for utility companies across the United States. Prior to joining Osmose, he designed both over ground and high-angle conveyor belts, ranging in size from several hundred feet to several miles, and all of their supporting structures both domestically and internationally. John is a registered professional engineer in 16 states within the U.S., including California, and is a licensed contractor in California.

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This webinar is complimentary and intended for utility asset owners.