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A Specialty Conference on the Analysis, Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Electrical Transmission Line and Substation Structures
This conference will provide a forum for transmission and substation engineers to exchange ideas, concepts, and philosophies, while providing new engineers with the opportunity to learn more about the art and science specific to transmission lines and structures, substation structures, and foundation engineering.