Falcon Steel to Showcase Broad Range of Steel Structures at IEEE PES T&D Conference

Falcon Steel will highlight the power of American manufacturing at the IEEE PES T&D Conference and Exposition, May 2 – 5, in Dallas. The Texas-based company will showcase its broad range of steel structures, customized fabrication services and engineering capabilities at Booth 4925.

Falcon Steel is the only manufacturer and fabricator of EHV lattice towers, steel poles and substation structures based in the United States. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the full product line Falcon Steel designs and fabricates for the transmission and distribution (T&D) industry, including:

  • Lattice Towers: Manufactured for all terrains, environments and operating conditions, towers range in voltages from 69 kV to 765 kV
  • Steel Poles: Designed to meet necessary load requirements and all industry standards, pole structures range from 69kV to 500kV
  • Substation Structures: Complete substation steel structures or specified sub-assemblies based on customer requirements.

"Having the IEEE conference in our own back yard is the perfect opportunity to promote the advantages that an American steel fabricator can offer U.S.-based utilities," said Jim Taylor, CEO of Falcon Steel. "Since we never use imported steel, we're a one-stop resource for North American power-delivery providers. Not only can we guarantee quality, we can work more quickly and transparently with our customers than a foreign company can. When on-time delivery is critical, geographic and cultural proximity are major benefits," he added.

Showcasing emerging technologies and innovative products, The IEEE PES T&D Conference and Exposition is the largest and most collaborative event in the T & D industry. More than 700 companies and thousands of professionals from more than 80 countries are expected to attend this year's conference and exposition.

Source: http://www.falconsteel.com/

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