Preparing for an Attachment Audit

 

Cost-Effective Approaches for Establishing an Accurate Assessment on the State of your Pole Attachments and How to Maximize Recovery

 

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. EDT
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This webinar is intended for utility asset owners.

 

Pole ownership is expensive and if you are sharing those poles with attachers you should be sharing the costs of those poles as well. As rural broadband and 5G continue to grow it is important to know who is attached to your poles, which can only be done with an audit. During the webinar you will learn:

  • What steps to take to prepare for an audit
  • How to establish a budget and understand what an audit will potentially cost
  • How to maximize the audit and what items should be included in the audit collection and delivery
  • Key steps to take in recovering payment from attachers

This webinar is eligible for IEEE PDH credit. To earn credit, you must attend the live webinar and complete the IEEE evaluation we’ll provide to you after the webinar.

 

About the Presenters

Chris DiLiberto is a Solutions Architect – Technical Services at Osmose. During his 23-year tenure, Chris has overseen the collection and population of electrical network data for geographic information systems (GIS) for utilities across the U.S. and the Caribbean. His main focus is on asset network data and joint use. Before this role, Chris managed the Data Services Project Delivery group at Osmose where he directed the activity to format field collected data to meet customer specific needs with a focus on data quality and customer satisfaction. Chris is a graduate of Syracuse University. 

 

 

 

David Mohammed is General Manager for Engineering Services at Osmose. He is a professional engineer holding a BS in Electrical Engineering form the University of Western Ontario and a BS in Computer Science from Western University. David has over 22 years of experience in the electric utility and telecommunications industry covering solutions architecture, professional services consulting, product and program development, systems integration, and analysis and design. He has spent much of his career helping utilities and telecommunications providers develop best-in-class asset management programs, in support of their reliability, joint use, and network buildout initiatives, and realize the returns they expect from these programs. 

 

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This webinar is intended for utility asset owners.

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