Steel Foundation Restoration

Wednesday, November 4, 2020 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. EST

This webinar is intended for utility asset owners.


Once the natural process of corrosion activity sets in or a structure is damaged, steel foundations begin to weaken. Engineered restorations can help restore strength and, in many cases, increase capacity if greater strength is required.

During the webinar, we will cover:

  • Causes of steel foundation deterioration
  • Steel design considerations
  • Restoration options for deteriorated steel foundations

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 Presenter

John Spiller. P.E. is the Director of Engineering 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.


This webinar is intended for utility asset owners.

Access details will be sent separately 1-3 days prior to the webinar.