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Hilton Branson Convention Center
Electrical Transmission & Substation Structures Conference
GRID MODERNIZATION – TECHNICAL CHALLENGES & INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS
The ASCE/SEI Electrical Transmission & Substation Structures Conference is recognized as the must-attend conference that focuses specifically on transmission line and substation structures and foundation construction issues. This event — for utilities, suppliers, contractors, and consultants — offers an ideal setting for learning and networking.
TOP 5 REASONS TO ATTEND
1. Expand your knowledge at technical sessions on transmission line and substation structures and foundations.
2. Earn professional development hours (PDHs) by attending technical sessions and workshops.
3. Network with global leaders and colleagues who work with high-voltage transmission structures around the world.
4. Connect with exhibitors showcasing state-of-the-art products, services, and solutions for your transmission line and substation projects.
5. Discover Midwestern hospitality, and enjoy 100+ live entertainment venues! Travel to Branson has never been easier — it’s centrally located within a day’s drive of one-third of the United States.
Your products and services will be viewed by a highly-focused market niche of participants involved in the design of transmission line structures, substation structures, and foundations. As a Conference exhibitor or sponsor you will showcase your company to utility engineers, consulting engineers, researchers, educators, government agency personnel, and anyone with an interest in improving the structural reliability of transmission lines and substations. The Conference attracts decision makers from companies across the United States as well as many international locations.
The theme of the ETS 2015 Conference is “Grid Modernization – Technical Challenges & Innovative Solutions,” and your company will have an ideal environment in which to demonstrate how your products or services can help solve the ever-increasing demand for electrical power.
Why should you sponsor or exhibit at the Electrical Transmission and Substation Structures Conference?
More than 1,000 professionals focused on the structural aspects of transmission line and substation structures attended the 2012 Conference held in Columbus, OH. Attendance continues to steadily increase at each conference since 2002.
The Exhibit Hall is a focal point of the Conference, and most functions, including two evening networking receptions, take place in the Hall. After establishing initial contact with potential clients during regularly scheduled events, you will be able to set up private appointments to further your networking during off-hours.
Sponsorship packages include meal functions and networking events, receptions, the Conference registration padfolio/bag, hotel room keys emblazoned with your company’s logo, Exhibit Hall and session hall giveaways, and other great opportunities to have your message in front of the attendees.
An excellent technical program will draw key people from around the world.
Exhibiting at and sponsoring ETS 2015 is good business!
The Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) was established on October 1, 1996 in order to serve the unique needs of the structural engineering community while influencing change on the broader issues shaping the entire civil engineering community. SEI is a vibrant, 20,000+ community of structural engineers within the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 144,000 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America’s oldest national engineering society geared to the advancement of science and profession of engineering to enhance the welfare of humanity.
Not sure if you want to exhibit at or attend the Electrical Transmission & Substation Structures Conference? See the panels below to get the information you need to make an informed decision.
American Society of Civil Engineers
1801 Alexander Bell Drive
Reston, VA 20191
consulting engineers, researchers, educators, government agency personnel, and anyone
with an interest in improving the structural reliability of transmission lines and substations.
Attendee Job Titles:
Technical Manager 52%
Senior Manager 14%
Middle Manager 12%
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