Thursday, November 14, 2019
Stephen Willis, P.E.
Director of Engineering
Design and Use of Helical Piles in the Midstream Sector
Stephen Willis, P.E., joined TorcSill in 2015, as Engineering Manager and has since been promoted to Director of Engineering. Serving in the same capacity, Stephen has grown the TorcSill Engineering TEAM to become the global leader in Helical Pile design, with structural and civil resources that overcome the most complex foundation challenges.
With a complete professional background in both Civil and Structural Engineering, Stephen brings high-level professional oversight to TorcSill’s cross-disciplinary projects. Prior to joining TorcSill, he worked as a Structural Engineer at Johnson & Pace Inc. Willis is licensed as an engineer in 23 US states, with a primary focus on states within the core energy markets served by TorcSill.
Stephen holds a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology of the University of Missouri and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of the West of England. He also earned a Graduate Certificate in Contemporary Structural Engineering, also from the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He is an active member of the Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) Helical Pile and Tiebacks Committee and the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC).
TorcSill Foundations is the premier global provider of engineered helical pile and anchor solutions to clients in a broad range of markets. Helical piles, also known as helical piers and screw piles, are a proven foundation solution ideal for energy, industrial, and commercial applications.
TorcSill’s turnkey product and service package includes in-house research and development, design, fabrication, installation, and installation consulting. Our helical piles are rigorously tested and customizable to meet specific project needs. TorcSill’s TEAM is the most experienced in the industry, and our clients trust us to provide foundations for some of the most demanding projects under construction today.
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM