Company Sponsors Casino Night for Attendees on September 7
FORT WORTH, TEXAS - September 2, 2016 - Falcon Steel America will promote its steel structures and electrical substations during the Transmission and Substation Design and Operation Symposium (TSDOS) September 7 – 9, in Frisco, Texas. The Texas company will also sponsor a Casino Night for TSDOS attendees on Wednesday, September 7. The event will be from 5:30 to 8:30 in the main lobby of the conference hotel, the Embassy Suites Dallas-Frisco/Convention Center.
“In addition to participating in traditional casino games, attendees will have the opportunity to interact with representatives of Falcon Steel America and learn about the advantages that an American steel fabricator can offer U.S.-based utilities,” said Jim Taylor, CEO of Falcon Steel America.
According to Taylor, being U. S.-based not only means that Falcon Steel America can guarantee quality, but the company can also work more quickly and transparently with its customers than a foreign company can. “When on-time delivery is critical, geographic and cultural proximity are major benefits,” he added.
Falcon Steel America designs and fabricates a full line of products for the transmission and distribution (TD) 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.
Presented by the Division for Enterprise Development of The University of Texas at Arlington, The TSDOS conference is designed to promote the exchange of ideas and experience for the benefit of professionals concerned with transmission and substation design and development.
About Falcon Steel America
Based in Haltom City, Texas, a suburb of Fort Worth, Falcon Steel America is a leader in designing and fabricating quality steel structures since 1963. With more than 300 employees statewide, the company also has manufacturing facilities in Kaufman, TX and Euless, TX. For more information, visit www.falconsteel.com.