About Steel Utility Poles
The steel utility pole is an engineered product. It is designed to American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) criteria, National Electric Safety Code (NESC) minimum load requirements, and uses material and manufacturing to ASTM International specifications and welding to American Welding Society (AWS) specifications. The result is an extremely strong and reliable product with uniform dimensions and strength, but without twists, knots, splits or bows.
For More Information, Contact:
Director of Business Development
Steel Market Development Institute
25 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20001
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Dominion Power Replaces Wood Poles with Steel Poles To Improve Reliability in Rural and Remote Areas
Dominion Virginia Power/Dominion North Carolina Power provides electricity to more than 2.4 million customers through its local delivery companies in Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. The utility’s 30,000-square-mile territory has 245 stations which serve as tie points with PJM.