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Wood Innovation:

The new way forward for wood pole services
  • Joshua Smith, Exo’s Wood Pole Subject Matter Expert

“Do You Have the Right Spec?” 

Do you have the right size program for your decay zone, based on geography, budget, and your unique challenges? A specification review can address any questions you may have and get your utility on track.

Writing (or re-writing) maintenance specifications for your Utility can be daunting. Many utilities may not have reviewed their specifications in decades. That’s ok. Its common, however the skill and experience to correctly update it is uncommon. This is why Exo is here to help.

In this online conversation, Exo’s Vice President of Wood Utility Services, Joshua Smith, updates utility leaders and asset managers on today’s best practices for maintaining assets and updating  specifications.
You, the participant, benefit from listening quietly or actively engaging in the discussion as Exo addresses real utility specs from utilities, and guides them through the process of curating their own unique specification.
(Please submit your spec to josh.smith@exoinc.com if you would like it reviewed in the discussion).

Exo’s Wood Pole specification review involves examining a wide range of factors such as material composition, dimensions, load-bearing capacity, structural design, corrosion resistance, specimen type, geographical location, and compliance with industry standards and regulations.

The review aims to ensure that the poles or towers meet the necessary criteria for safety, durability, and performance in their intended application, such as supporting power lines or communication equipment. It may also involve assessing factors like environmental impact, maintenance requirements, and cost-effectiveness.

  • Do you have the right size program for your decay zone, based on geography, budget, unique challenges?
  • Consider the right factors, such as material composition, dimensions, load-bearing capacity, structural design, corrosion resistance, specimen type, geographical location, and compliance with industry standards and regulations
  • Financial checklist of things to consider when maintaining your wood pole system
  • What is the precedent for capitalizing the cost of managing your wood pole system?

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