The PoleOS™ Company


IKE at Spring Training with Oregon Joint Use Association

  • image April 23 - 25, 2024
  • image Holiday Inn Columbia Riverfront, in Portland, OR
Learn About the Event

Experience IKE’s Approach to Storm Hardening and NESC Compliance

Learn how standardizing pole data formats and centralizing accessibility not only enhances joint-use workflow and collaboration, it also enables advanced storm hardening strategies.

Delve into NESC rules through a comprehensive series of beginner, intermediate, and advanced workshops, led by industry leaders during two days of extensive training sessions.



Meet our team at the event!

Schedule a meeting during the event, or plan to meet our team in attendance to get in-person expert insights.

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Andria Atkinson

Director, Utility Enterprise Solutions

Andria has extensive experience in sales, engineering, and leadership across the energy, manufacturing, and enterprise software industries. She has leveraged her knowledge throughout her career to solve technology and business challenges. She continues this work today as Director of Utility Enterprise Solutions, West for IkeGPS, helping utility customers apply technology to assess and maintain their grid infrastructure.

Malcolm Young, P.E.

SVP, Structural Analysis

Malcolm is a licensed professional engineer and creator of the PoleForeman structural analysis engineering software. He has 30 years of experience in the electric utility industry which includes working as a power delivery distribution design engineer, line crew supervisor, and standards engineer for Alabama Power.

Grant Glaus, P.E.

NESC Training Instructor

Grant is a registered professional electrical engineer with 25 years of experience in electric utility engineering, including line design, planning studies, joint use, and teaching NESC®, OSHA, and distribution line design classes. He has served on NESC® Subcommittee 5, Overhead Lines – Strengths and Loadings since 2006.

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