ASCE/SEI Substation Structure Design Guide


The ASCE/SEI Substation Structure Design Guide - MOP 113 program will highlight the soon-to-be published manual of practice (MOP) and provide structural design guidance and function as a comprehensive resource for outdoor electrical substation structures and foundations.  The manual of practice promotes the best utility practices for structural loads and design of electrical substation structures and acceptable electrical system performance.  The program will also unpack the use of ASCE 7-22 and the other documents referenced. 

Join us for this live session designed for structural engineers at all levels including students, contractors, regulators, owners, and project stakeholders.  All will be interested to learn about these updates, as well as the market impacts, directly from the experts who developed the document.   


  • ASCE/SEI Member - $99
  • Nonmember - $149
  • Students - $20

1.5 PDHs available for this live session, issued through ASCE. Please contact the governing body for other licensures to determine eligibility.  There is no post event viewing option available.

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Session Date:  January 25, 2024
[Registration closes January 23 @10:00pm ET]

Time:  1:00 – 2:30pm ET

Where:  Zoom Webinar

Join hosts George T. Watson, P.E., M.ASCE and Leon Kempner, Jr., Ph.D., P.E., F.SEI, M.ASCE for the discussion, technical presentation and Q&A.


ASCE/SEI Substation Structure Design Guide - 2023

ASCE 7-22: Minimum Design Loads and Associated Criteria for Buildings and Other Structures

ASCE 7 Online

Note:  The refund deadline for this session is January 18, 2024.  No refunds can be accommodated after this date.  

General questions? Contact Lawan McFerren; Registration questions? Contact Customer Service

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