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Utility Contracting Companies for Electric Line Construction and Maintenance – Boston, Hartford

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, November 07, 2013

Full-service utility contracting companies offers turnkey services for electric transmission, distribution and telecommunications, including engineering, procurement and construction as well as working with transformers and sub-stations. ElecComm provides project management, design, engineering and end to end management expertise for all electric line construction projects.

ElecComm thrives on the completing any power line construction project in the most rugged terrains during the worst weather, in any temperature. In fact, the worst weather in New England facilitates even more business in electric line construction and maintenance. During winter storms ElecComm is the company that utility companies across New England call in order to restore power faster.

Electric line construction project also have a significant number of environmental constraints. In addition to the engineering and project management, utility contracting companies need to be constantly aware of the migration patterns of wildlife including birds and fish. Also, they need to be minimally invasive when cutting and clearing for the right-of-way.

A lot of the work that is done is designed to expand and upgrade the power grid system in New England. In fact, utility companies are planning and scheduling projects of this sort over the next few years as residential and commercial construction continues to increase throughout New England.

Projects include upgrading transmission lines, wind farm projects which can include the construction of wind turbines, a new substation and interconnection to the power grid, and maintenance and repair projects. For more information contact ElecComm.

Electric Line Construction in for New Developments Across MA and New England

Joseph Coupal - Friday, November 01, 2013

As new commercial and residential developments are built around Massachusetts and New England, the need for fiber optic networks, telecommunication networks, and electric line construction is in demand. To supply power to businesses and homes  lines need to be built and existing infrastructure needs upkeep.

Additionally, city development or building rehabilitation needs electric line construction companies to work with existing utility companies to expand electric and utility distribution. ElecComm, based in Massachusetts, works closely with utility companies across New England in power line construction and maintenance. ElecComm provides project management, design, engineering and end to end management expertise to all electric line construction projects.

Utility companies and communities across Massachusetts and New England are constructing or updating electric transmission linestelecommunication networks, and fiberoptic networks. Let ElecComm assist in the project development and management of these construction projects. Construction companies, utility companies, and  municipalities are all the types of clients who call us to make use of our services.

For electric utility transmission and distribution, contact us.

Power Line Construction and Maintenance Services

Joseph Coupal - Friday, October 18, 2013

As the population grows and commercial buildings and retail space increases there is more demand on utility companies, electricity in particular. As demand increases, power infrastructure including utility lines, poles, and supply and transfer stations need to be built and maintained. ElecComm Power provides power and energy construction services such as design, construction, maintenance, engineering, and infrastructure services to the utility industry.

If your construction company needs a fiber-optic cable services company, choose the company that the utility companies around New England are choosing. ElecComm Power has project management capabilities and fully trained and qualified field personnel who have the skills to make sure that operations run smoothly at every stage.

For new construction of fiber optic cable jobs or splicing, testing, restoration, ongoing maintenance you can depend on us. ECC services utility companies in New England on construction, maintenance, and repair as well as state and local government, communication service providers, federal projects, municipalities and private companies. Contact us.

Utility Line Storm Response In New England

Joseph Coupal - Friday, October 11, 2013

Winter weather is on the way. During storm season, your utility company monitor the weather in the New England service area. They do this along with the weather services. If severe weather – rain, snow, strong winds – are on the way, they begin to put people and equipment in place as soon as possible. Additionally, they begin to contanct ElecComm. ElecComm helps New England utility companies with repair and maintenance of utility lines as well as with storm response.

Your utility companies work with cities and towns days before storms hit in order to maintain open lines of communications. They are also confident in our ability to respond to the needs of towns and municipalities when it comes to storm response for downed utility lines.

In the event of a weather emergency you can rely on the expertise of ElecComm, as well as our relationships with your utility companies, to get your power back up and running. For more information contact us.

Reliable Storm Response for Damaged Power Lines - ElecComm

Joseph Coupal - Friday, October 04, 2013

Winter storm season is fast approaching. When wind, rain, ice and snow bring down power lines in Massachusetts this winter, know that ElecComm has been getting ready all year to help electric and utility companies turn the power back on.
 
ElecComm has the heavy-duty machinery and the employees who are trained in electric and telecommunication services repairs; we also have expertise in the installation of electric lines and in the installation of power line transformers. We have been helping utility companies around New England in the restoration of power after storms.

Each day electric and telecommunication companies must ensure that their consumers have access to the services supplied to them.

When power lines and infrastructure is damages from storms, this work requires a quick response. ElecComm can be sent to any area in New England where damage to electrical wires has caused a disruption in the services provided to electric customers. Contact us.

Assistant Project Manager - Fiber Optics Division Needed

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 25, 2013

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Assistant Project Manager (APM) is responsible for assisting the Senior Project Manager (SPM) with overall fiber optics project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, project accounting and control. Providing technical direction and ensuring compliance with quality standards. The APM responsibilities include but are not limited to: Project planning, cost management, staff supervision, time management, quality management and safety management.

Responsibilities:

With direction from Senior Project Manager oversee the fiber splicing and construction projects including:

  • Review and maintain splice plans, test result, and as-builds.
  • Assist with NOC and On Call rotation.
  • Attend site walk outs with customers.
  • Assist in estimating, project scheduling and staff scheduling.
  • Attend weekly project status meetings.
  • Assist crews in troubleshooting through the use of Industry software, maps and designs.
  • Ensure that projects activities move according to predetermined schedule.
  • Assist in devising the project work plans and make revisions as needed.
  • Monitor the progress of the fiber projects on a regular basis and report regular status updates to the Senior Project Manager and customers as needed.
  • Periodic inspection of work sites.
  • Ensure project documents are complete.

Knowledge and Skills Required:

  • A two year associates degree in project management or related experience preferred.
  • 5-10 years of experience in the telecommunications industry with an emphasis on outside and inside plant construction.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in a project management capacity.
  • Extensive knowledge of fiber optic splicing and testing practices and procedures.
  • Ability to oversee small to midsized projects
  • Must have excellent written communication skills.
  • Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Ability to work in a 365/24/7 environment.
  • Ability to fusion splice and otdr test is plus.
  • Must have extensive knowledge of fiber splicing and network testing.
  • Ability to read and understand fiber splicing designs and maps.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and find work around as needed.
  • Maintain and update project designs, maps and as-built.
  • Effective time management and logical decision-making ability.
  • Capacity to handle pressure.
  • Strong computer skills necessary, including excel, word, power point, Auto Cad, Visio, OSP Insight, Fast View, any Utility or telecommunications database software.

Golf Course Netting for Country Clubs and City Driving Ranges - Boston

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 20, 2013

Country club, golf course and driving range owners and managers need to always be thinking how to improve golfing facilities. Updates are constant, but never forget to regularly be updating the outside as well as the inside.  Installing golf course nets and poles is another way to improve your country club, range or course.

With reliable golf course netting, driving ranges can be established in more urban or more populated areas. Durable golf netting makes it possible for golfers to get their practice swing in at driving ranges in areas with limited available space.

Golf course netting and poles at driving ranges prevent golf balls from causing property damage and injury to pedestrians. While the trajectory of the ball may be hampered by a shorter city driving range, golfers will see the initial flight and that initial trajectory is enough to let you know if the ball was hit well.  

High quality golf netting allows practicing golfers to drive actual golf balls rather than practice balls. However, golf course netting is constantly exposed to elements so should be inspected regularly. For high quality golf course netting, contact ElecComm.

Power Line Repair and Maintenance After Severe Storms - Massachusetts

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 13, 2013

Big, severe thunder and lightning storms ran through Massachusetts last night. Rain and snow storms are the types of natural scenarios that cause serious power line damage.  When strong storms sweep across New England leaving tens of thousands of residential and commercial electric customers in the dark, utility need help with the maintenance and repairs of power lines.

Most power line damage results from strong winds and, in the winter, heavy wet snow. In the months leading up to winter, power companies seek assistance in power line maintenance. During and after powerful storms, these same utility companies seek help in power line repair.   

ElecComm Power is the go-to power line construction company in Massachusetts that services all of New England and New York. In fact, we are the preferred electric and communications line construction company for utility companies like Public Service of New Hampshire, Western Mass Electric, Unitil, New Hampshire Electric Co-op and NSTAR. We have been restoring power during major power outages resulting from storms for years.

For any planned or unplanned event you need a team of electric utility contractors  that is fully crossed trained and ready for dispatch. Contact ElecComm Power.

Power Line Maintenance and Repair in Winter – Massachusetts

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 06, 2013

Winter is fast approaching and it is predicted to be a big one in Massachusetts and New England. Power companies need assistance with repair and maintenance of power lines before and after the storms strike. When storms and natural disasters cause major power outages; utility companies need help restoring power. ElecComm is the company that is called in the New England Area. In fact, our primary business is construction, repair and maintenance of overhead and underground power lines.

ElecComm installs, removes and maintains underground and overhead high and low voltage electric lines, fiber optic cable, and communication lines in all environments. We are the company that New England utility companies call to get their customers back on the grid and in power.

As a utility or broadband company in New England, you need to know who you can trust and who is equipped for both emergency and planned high voltage and communications work.

When large developments, new neighborhoods and condos are built, power needs to be brought to those homes. ElecComm is the company to call in the New England area. The overhead line segment of our business includes the installation, removal and maintenance of overhead power lines for major utility companies, state and local government, communication service providers, municipalities and private entities.

For more information, contact ElecComm.

Power Line Construction for Solar Farms Being Connected to Electricity Grids - MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 30, 2013

There are currently at least 11 solar arrays operating atop landfills in Massachusetts, with at least two dozen more in development, according to the state Department of Energy Resources.

Solar farms are connected to the electricity grid. Power generated is transferred from the solar panels into the National Grid system and the utility will sell the electricity back to municipalities at a below-market rate. The solar farm newly built in Methuen will be saving the city as much as $80,000 a year.

Solar farms built atop the former municipal dumps across Massachusetts are now tapped into the electrical grid and expected to defray city utility bills. However, power lines construction is needed to disperse and transport the electricity.

In Methuen, the solar panels installed at the Huntington Avenue landfill each produce about as much energy as a bicyclist. But collectively, the photovoltaic array can power roughly 250 homes when operating at peak capacity.

Massachusetts has taken aggressive action in recent years to tap into renewable energy. More and more electric line construction and transmission infrastructure needs to be built efficiently and economically.

Solar installations across the state now have the capability to generate 298 megawatts of power. Initially, Gov. Deval Patrick sought to reach 250 megawatts by 2017. But that level was surpassed this spring and the governor has since established a new benchmark of 1,600 megawatts by 2020.

For more information on power line construction in Massachusetts, contact ElecComm.

Excerpts - Eagle Tribune

New England's 24/7 Emergency Power and Data Network Service Provider

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 20, 2013

You see ElecComm power service equipment and our people providing trusted power and networking services across all of New England. But what exactly does ElecComm do and what is behind all those professional people and powerful equipment?

ECC is a reputable organization and is the TRUSTED company for both emergency and planned high voltage and communications work across New England. In the 13 years it’s been in business, our team has laid and spliced thousands of miles of cable up to 35,000 volts. ECC is UWUA Local 369 company with our core focus on safety, health, and training. Our workforce is highly skilled and cross trained in order to perform every aspect of electric and communications work in the underground and overhead.

ECC’s electrical power restoration response team is available 24x7 for both overhead and underground emergency outages bringing power back to life for customers. For emergency telecommunication repair or new lay down services, we provide cradle to grave project management and equipment installation services.

If you and your business simply can’t tolerate the upcoming and recurring fall and winter New England power outages that WILL take down power and data communication networks, consider us your 24x7 emergency responders. Write our name and number (ElecComm Electric Power Service: 866-466-2931) into your company’s disaster recovery plan.

The Electric Grid, Power, and Distribution Cables – Boston

Joseph Coupal - Saturday, August 17, 2013

The U.S. electrical grid is better managed and more flexible a decade after the largest blackout but it remains vulnerable.  The electrical grid is a complex system of power plants, transmission lines, and local distribution networks that deliver power to homes and businesses. Made of three major grids — Eastern, Western and Texas — it is divided into hundreds of smaller sections.

Below is a summary of how power flows on the system, who oversees it and what went wrong in the August 2003 blackout:

Power Generation: The roughly 6,000 power plants nationwide use coal, natural gas, nuclear fission, wind or sun to generate electricity. The amount of power generated at any given time must match customers' demand for power exactly, or the system becomes unstable.

Power Transmission: A network of high-voltage power lines delivers large amounts of power over long distances, from power plants to substations in population centers. There are 450,000 miles of transmission lines in the U.S., organized in networks designed to be able to continue to deliver power even if part of the network fails.

Bulk Power: The power plants and transmission networks make up the bulk power system. The responsibility of this equipment was given to the North American Electric Reliability Corp. after the blackout. Many aspects of the system, including pricing and reliability, are regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The plants and wires are operated by investor-owned utilities, transmission companies, and federal nonprofit agencies.

Power Distribution: This network of smaller lines and equipment delivers low-voltage power from substations to customers through overhead lines and underground cables. Failures in this system from weather or other factors are responsible for most of the outages customers’ experience. Distribution is handled by hundreds of different investor-owned utilities, municipal utilities and cooperatives. It is regulated at the state level.

What Went Wrong: In 2003, trees came into contact with several transmission lines operated by Akron, Ohio-based FirstEnergy Corp., and utilities and regional grid operators failed to stop the outage as the instability cascaded in the regional grid and beyond, eventually affecting 50 million people in eight states and parts of Canada. Investigators said FirstEnergy's grid management, regional operators' responses, the tools used to monitor the situation, and communication among the parties involved all contributed to the problem.

For information or assistance on maintenance of existing power lines or construction of new lines, contact ElecComm.

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High Voltage Electricity Lines Bring Renewable Energy to the Grid- MA, RI, Cape Cod

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 09, 2013

Many states are trying to increase their potential for- and use of- wind power. A key problem however is the lack of high-voltage electric lines to connect the areas where turbines churn out power to the regions that need the power.

It isn’t easy to build power lines, particularly those that would have to stretch across several states. A complex — and sometimes conflicting — patchwork of federal and state rules apply.

Building transmission lines is a process, that once complete, can add renewable energy to the grid faster.

The location of power-transmission lines is increasingly important as state renewable energy targets drive investments in wind and solar power. President Obama’s ambitious renewable energy goals and his plan to tackle climate change have further raised the stakes.

The nation’s aging power grid wasn’t designed for today’s demand. For decades, the setup was relatively simple: High-voltage electric lines connected major coal, gas or nuclear plants to nearby communities that needed the power. More than 200,000 miles of transmission lines crisscross the country.

Now, as government incentives and technological advances spur investments in wind and solar energy, experts see a need for more transmission lines to link scattered turbines and solar panels to the grid — especially as the U.S. demand for energy rises again after dipping during the recession. As recently as five years ago, the country was building about 1,000 miles of transmission lines each year. That rate has more than doubled, according to the North American Electric Reliability Corp., and it’s expected to reach 3,600 miles a year by 2018.

For information on transmission line construction, contact ElecComm.

Excerpts - Washington Post

Inncentive Sign on Bonus Program for Fiber Optic Splicers

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 01, 2013
ElecComm is now hiring experienced Fiber Optic Splicers, including a Sign On Bonus Program. Please email your resume to info@eleccommc.com. If you qualify we will provide additional information about the program.

EXPERIENCED FIBER OPTIC SPLICER

Primary responsibilities for this position include:

  • Splice fiber optic cables using single and mass fusion equipment.
  • Test fiber using Optical Time Domain (OTDR), power meter and light source, field testing with a light identifier.
  • Trouble Shooting.
  • Install required enclosures, FDP’s, and hardware.
  • Maintain existing plant without causing signal failure interruptions.
  • Maintain test documentation.
  • Maintain project tracing information (production sheets, time sheets, and customer required paperwork).
  • Capable of working at 18 + heights (bucket truck, poles, ladders).
  • Keeping a safe working environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate teamwork by cooperating and assisting co-workers as needed.

Required skills/qualifications:

  • Proficient at completing certification testing of fiber optic systems.
  • High School Diploma.
  • Ability to work aloft up to 50’ in a bucket truck, or ladder, or climb utility poles.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle. Must have a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Must have a responsible driving record.
  • Understand construction prints and splice schematics.
  • Proficient in the use of all test and splicing equipment and must know how to use computer and all software used by the company concerning the completion of fiber optic projects.
  • All applicants must be able to pass a background check, and drug screen.
  • Attend work on time as scheduled.
  • Must possess strong problem solving, decision making, analytical skills and organizational skills.
  • Ability to read, write, understand, and follow written procedures.
  • One (1) year of technical education or equivalent experience.
  • Two (2) years of experience required with basic construction and/or electrical skills and the willingness to be cross-trained in other areas of communications site maintenance.

Power Line Construction for Wind Farms in RI and MA

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, July 31, 2013

This week, the US government is going to sell competitive leases for wind energy through an auction for leases for wind farms off the coast of Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

The area, which is 9 nautical miles off the coast of Rhode Island, sitting between and to the south of Block Island and Martha’s Vineyard, will be auctioned as two leases. It is estimated that the area could support enough electricity to power more than 1 million homes.

To go with the infrastructure of a wind farm, the high-voltage electric lines are needed in order to bring the power from the turbines to the grid.
 
It isn’t easy to build power lines, especially if they are too carry power across states or oceans. Several complex federal and state rules need to be followed and understood so that there is no delay in the completion of the wind energy projects which can affect investments. Electric line construction companies experienced in project management will more easily jump the impending hurdles.

There are currently no offshore wind farms in the United States, however, several are being developed in state and federal waters. For more information on building power lines for wind farms, contact ElecComm.

Electrical Transmission Line Construction - Boston

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 18, 2013

For Overhead electric transmission, Underground electric transmission and Underground high voltage cables in Boston, you need an electrical construction company that specializes in project management, design, engineering and end to end management expertise.

For electric utility transmission and distribution ElecComm is a construction and fiber-optic cable company that is experience in utility line construction execution and management. This allows for cost effective projects to be completed in the timely manner.

For the installation, removal and maintenance of underground and overhead high and low voltage electric lines, fiber optic cables and communication distribution systems in every environment ElecComm is the company of choice for utility companies across New England.

If an entirely new utility system is needed, our services include engineering, design, fueling, logistics and construction projects. Construction companies, utility companies, manufacturing, municipalities and commercial properties seek our work.

Want more information? Contact ElecComm, an electric and communications line construction company

New Electric Line Construction for New Apartments and Condos

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 12, 2013

As the housing market faltered and more people were renting there was an increase in construction of apartments and condos. Even as the housing market improves, the apartment complex and condominium construction boom continues.

The increase in apartments and condos also requires new electric line construction and the electrical infrastructure improvements that are required to add hundreds of housing units to the ‘grid’.

Many of these apartments and condos are luxury homes. This means that not only are electric lines required , multiple phone lines and cable for all rooms is also necessary. Most of these lines are being run underground, however new poles and transformers are also needed.

For large, important electric construction jobs, large commercial construction companies entrust ElecComm. With staff adept at project management, construction companies can count on ElecComm to keep the project on schedule and on budget.

For all new electric line construction needs, or for improvements to existing electric infrastructure, trust ElecComm, contact Us.

ElecComm Services at a Glance

Joseph Coupal - Saturday, June 29, 2013

We service a wide range of customers, but we thought we'd take a moment here to summarize our primary service offerings:

  • Underground High/Low Voltage Cable Install, Removal, Splicing: ElecComm's core business focus is on the installation, removal and maintenance of overhead and underground electric/communications distribution systems.
  • Telecommunication Networks: ElecComm has the ability to engineer, manage and perform the construction, splicing, testing maintenance and restoration of fiber, copper, and hybrid fiber-coax telecommunications networks.
  • Storm Response and Overhead: Over the recent years, ECC provides assistance to major public utilities throughout the Northeast restoring power during major power outages resulting from storms. In addition, ElecComm (ECC) has expanded the overhead segment of it's business to include, the everyday, installation, removal and maintenance of overhead lines.
  • Golf Course Poles and Netting: We provide installation of poles and netting for golf driving ranges and golf courses along with replacement netting and free estimates. All netting is done with Redden Nets.
  • Power Service Restoration Division: Whether it is a planned outage or an emergency situation, ElecComm Power Services will keep your business up and running.

For more information on any of these services, click the associated links above. Of course we welcome you to contact  us here at ElecComm.

Incentive Sign on Bonus Offered by ELECCOMM!

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 27, 2013

ElecComm is hiring experienced Fiber Optic Splicers and has created a Sign On Bonus Program. Please email your resume to info@eleccommc.com and if you qualify we will provide additional information around the program.

EXPERIENCED FIBER OPTIC SPLICER

Primary responsibilities for this position include:

  • Splice fiber optic cables using single and mass fusion equipment.
  • Test fiber using Optical Time Domain (OTDR), power meter and light source, field testing with a light identifier.
  • Trouble Shooting.
  • Install required enclosures, FDP’s, and hardware.
  • Maintain existing plant without causing signal failure interruptions.
  • Maintain test documentation.
  • Maintain project tracing information (production sheets, time sheets, and customer required paperwork).
  • Capable of working at 18 + heights (bucket truck, poles, ladders).
  • Keeping a safe working environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate teamwork by cooperating and assisting co-workers as needed.

Required skills/qualifications:

  • Proficient at completing certification testing of fiber optic systems.
  • High School Diploma.
  • Ability to work aloft up to 50’ in a bucket truck, or ladder, or climb utility poles.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle. Must have a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Must have a responsible driving record.
  • Understand construction prints and splice schematics.
  • Proficient in the use of all test and splicing equipment and must know how to use computer and all software used by the company concerning the completion of fiber optic projects.
  • All applicants must be able to pass a background check, and drug screen.
  • Attend work on time as scheduled.
  • Must possess strong problem solving, decision making, analytical skills and organizational skills.
  • Ability to read, write, understand, and follow written procedures.
  • One (1) year of technical education or equivalent experience.
  • Two (2) years of experience required with basic construction and/or electrical skills and the willingness to be cross-trained in other areas of communications site maintenance.

Utility and Power Line Repairs from Summer Storms – Boston, Portsmouth

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Earlier this week, all over Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire, sudden summer thunderstorms reaped havoc on trees, homes and power lines causing power outages for hundreds of customers. Summer storms happen anywhere at any time, especially during hurricane season. Utility companies regularly contract electric line construction companies for utility line repair and maintenance in order to get their customers’ power turned back on as soon as possible.

Utility companies and electric line construction companies need reputable storm response teams from line construction companies who are fully crossed trained and are ready for dispatch in preparation for any planned or unplanned weather event.

ElecComm provides assistance to major public utilities companies throughout Massachusetts and New England including PSNH, WMECO, Unitil, NHEC, and NSTAR,  restoring power during major power outages resulting from storms. For more information on ECC, contact us.

New Construction Means New Electric Transmission Lines - Boston

Joseph Coupal - Friday, June 14, 2013

The home buying market place has inspired the construction on numerous condominium complexes and apartment homes. Additionally, the improving economy has spurned the new construction of strip malls and shopping complexes. All of this residential and commercial construction requires new electrical lines and high voltage cables for residents and businesses.
 
As construction companies build, the electricity for these large communities and shopping centers needs to be tied into the existing power grid. Power and cable needs to run to this new construction. Electric line construction companies have the time, equipment and expertise for project management and the completion of the project in the required time frame.

This kind of project requires the erecting of the transmission structures, the wiring of the transmission lines. New lines and towers are necessary so there is no overload to the existing electrical infrastructure. This gives the apartments, condos and shopping areas the right amount of power without  overextending the grid.

Electric line construction companies work with public utility companies in the construction of electric. If you are a construction company building a large complex in the Boston area, contact ElecComm.

Golf Course Netting Repairs, Replacement, and Installation - Boston

Joseph Coupal - Friday, June 07, 2013

Golf season is upon us in full swing, but still, many golf courses and driving ranges around New England need golf course netting repair or replacement. With an most golf courses seeing an increase in business this year of recent years, now is the time to increase the size of the range or do overdue repairs to golf course netting and lights.

Golf course netting needs to be safe and secure in order to protect against property damage and personal injury which is why, at ElecComm , our golf course netting is done with Redden nets.

If you need repair and maintenance on netting and poles, now is the time. Your business does not want to be held liable for personal injury or property damage. If you have been contemplating adding driving ranges to your course, now is the time while the economy is getting stronger and interest in golf is on the rise.

ElecComm provides  free estimates on installation of poles and netting for golf driving ranges and golf courses. With us, your netting, poles and lights installation will custom fit your needs. You will be completely satisfied with every golf course netting install we do. For information, contact ElecComm.

Electric Line Repair Power Infrastructure Repair Following Natural Disasters

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 30, 2013

Hurricane season is upon us. Summer storms can be fierce. The tornado in Oklahoma gave us something to think about when we think about power infrastructure repair. Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E) has been frantically attempting to restore power to those tornado-damaged areas that are able to accept electric service.

More than 41,000 OG&E customers were without power. Presently there are now only 5000 customers without power, however several thousand of those are unable to accept power at this time.

Following natural disasters, ElecComm has employees, contractors and crews who can assist New England and New York utility companies to replace or repair electric lines and power infrastructure. ElecComm has been called upon regularly by area utility companies to help restore power to normal operating conditions after natural disasters.

For more information on electric line construction and repair and repair of power infrastructure, contact ElecComm.

Golf Course Netting for Driving Ranges - Boston, Hartford

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, May 15, 2013

As the weather warms, golf courses and driving ranges are looking to improve their venues or to add more amenities. If you golf course is looking to add a driving range or to expand, consider your golf course netting, lights and poles.  Safety is the paramount concern. With more golfers heading to the range, a new driving range with 20 stations has the potential to increase the annual revenue dramatically.

To address the problem of the safety of your patrons and the surrounding buildings, driving ranges and golf courses need to install a protective driving range net to safeguard the building and surrounds. With more apartment complexes being built on golf courses makes quality golf course netting even more important than in the past.

Golf is a huge program for boys and girls in high school now. However, existing ranges often get overcrowded with the public and the high school kids on the ranges with other golfers.  New or larger golf driving ranges are a great way to grow the game.

At ElecComm we provide installation of poles and netting for golf driving ranges and golf courses along with replacement netting and free estimates. All netting is done with Redden Nets. For more information, contact ElecComm.

Replacement Golf Course Netting and Poles in Boston and Rhode Island

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 03, 2013

Now is the time to fix up your golf courses and driving ranges. Golf course netting and poles are a necessary safety precaution, but replacement nets are important to course aesthetics as well, which is important now that participation in the game is picking up again after a few slower years.

The Boston Globe reports that after several slow years, Massachusetts golf courses are optimistic that business is on the upswing as the 2013 season gets underway. In fact, already this spring, rounds of golf played are up 10%, compared with the same time a year ago, at Boston’s two municipal courses.

Now that golf courses are again bringing in golfers – and revenue – long overdue maintenance can be done in the form of replacement golf netting, poles and lights. As golfers decide again to spend their disposable income at your golf course and driving range, give them a reason to come back, but most importantly keep them safe. Be sure your course is in tip top condition while making your golf course as safe as it can be at the same time.

As the number of rounds played in Massachusetts and Rhode Island increase, set your golf course and driving range apart from the competition, replace golf course netting, contact ElecComm Power.

Could the Golf Course Be Liable if Golf Netting is Not Replaced?

Joseph Coupal - Friday, April 26, 2013

Golf courses and driving range all over the Boston area are in need of replacement netting, poles and lighting. Spring is here, and the weather is finely nice enough that golfers can head outside and enjoy the green and the driving range.
 
Protect your business, abutting property and your guests with replacement golf course netting, poles and lighting.

According to an attorney who was quoted on CBS:

“If you hit a ball and that ball happens to head off and hurt somebody, you are responsible and you have a responsibility to step up,” said attorney Eric Ratinoff.

Ratinoff says while a golfer may be to blame, he doesn’t think that necessarily releases the golf course of all responsibility.

“If the golf course hasn’t at least taken reasonable measures to make sure the golf ball is either stopped with netting, whether it’s high enough or the netting is appropriate enough for the circumstances, then the golf course could be liable too,” said Ratinoff.

At ElecComm we provide installation of poles and netting for golf driving ranges and golf courses along with replacement netting and free estimates.  We use only the best materials and all of our netting is done with Redden Nets. For more information, contact ElecComm.

Pole and Golf Netting Repair or Replacement for Fairways and Driving Ranges

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, April 04, 2013

Spring has finally arrived in New England and the remaining snow is on its way out. This means it will soon be time for folks to start hitting driving ranges and golf courses. If your golf course or driving range needs pole or netting repair or replacement after this long winter, now is the time before the busy season kicks in.
 
ElecComm offers the best solutions in golf course netting and poles. We will give your course or driving range the space you need created from the right materials. Netting is always custom-made for each course or range to create the most cost effective, highest quality driving range netting system. We will work with you to determine the best placement of your golf course netting system based on trajectory and layout.

At each and every driving range and golf course we consider the surroundings first. With more and more residential communities abutting golf courses, safety and liability are the concerns we consider first. The need for protective golf course netting increases each year. Fairway netting and poles will protect golfers on adjacent fairways as well as the residents in the nearby communities.

By considering each golf course individually, we ensure that your course poles and netting solutions are unique to your needs. Poles and netting are an expense, but our system will last you for years because we take into consideration wind load, force, cabling, and fastening methods, all of which will play a role in the longevity of a driving range net system. If you need to install new, or retrofit your golf course, contact ElecComm.

Assistant Project Manager - Fiber Optics Division Needed

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 26, 2013

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Assistant Project Manager (APM) is responsible for assisting the Senior Project Manager (SPM) with overall fiber optics project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, project accounting and control. Providing technical direction and ensuring compliance with quality standards. The APM responsibilities include but are not limited to: Project planning, cost management, staff supervision, time management, quality management and safety management.

Responsibilities:

With direction from Senior Project Manager oversee the fiber splicing and construction projects including:

  • Review and maintain splice plans, test result, and as-builds.
  • Assist with NOC and On Call rotation.
  • Attend site walk outs with customers.
  • Assist in estimating, project scheduling and staff scheduling.
  • Attend weekly project status meetings.
  • Assist crews in troubleshooting through the use of Industry software, maps and designs.
  • Ensure that projects activities move according to predetermined schedule.
  • Assist in devising the project work plans and make revisions as needed.
  • Monitor the progress of the fiber projects on a regular basis and report regular status updates to the Senior Project Manager and customers as needed.
  • Periodic inspection of work sites.
  • Ensure project documents are complete.

Knowledge and Skills Required:

  • A two year associates degree in project management or related experience preferred.
  • 5-10 years of experience in the telecommunications industry with an emphasis on outside and inside plant construction.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in a project management capacity.
  • Extensive knowledge of fiber optic splicing and testing practices and procedures.
  • Ability to oversee small to midsized projects
  • Must have excellent written communication skills.
  • Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Ability to work in a 365/24/7 environment.
  • Ability to fusion splice and otdr test is plus.
  • Must have extensive knowledge of fiber splicing and network testing.
  • Ability to read and understand fiber splicing designs and maps.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and find work around as needed.
  • Maintain and update project designs, maps and as-built.
  • Effective time management and logical decision-making ability.
  • Capacity to handle pressure.
  • Strong computer skills necessary, including excel, word, power point, Auto Cad, Visio, OSP Insight, Fast View, any Utility or telecommunications database software.

Experienced Fiber Optic Splicer Needed

Joseph Coupal - Monday, March 25, 2013

Job Description

EXPERIENCED FIBER OPTIC SPLICER

Primary responsibilities for this position include:

  • Splice fiber optic cables using single and mass fusion equipment.
  • Test fiber using Optical Time Domain (OTDR), power meter and light source, field testing with a light identifier.
  • Trouble Shooting.
  • Install required enclosures, FDP’s, and hardware.
  • Maintain existing plant without causing signal failure interruptions.
  •  Maintain test documentation.
  • Maintain project tracing information (production sheets, time sheets, and customer required paperwork).
  • Capable of working at 18 + heights (bucket truck, poles, ladders).
  • Keeping a safe working environment.
  • Ability to demonstrate teamwork by cooperating and assisting co-workers as needed.
Required skills/qualifications:
  • Proficient at completing certification testing of fiber optic systems.
  • High School Diploma.
  • Ability to work aloft up to 50’ in a bucket truck, or ladder, or climb utility poles.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle. Must have a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Must have a responsible driving record.
  • Understand construction prints and splice schematics.
  • Proficient in the use of all test and splicing equipment and must know how to use computer and all software used by the company concerning the completion of fiber optic projects.
  • All applicants must be able to pass a background check, and drug screen.
  • Attend work on time as scheduled.
  • Must possess strong problem solving, decision making, analytical skills and organizational skills.
  • Ability to read, write, understand, and follow written procedures.
  • One (1) year of technical education or equivalent experience.
  • Two (2) years of experience required with basic construction and/or electrical skills and the willingness to be cross-trained in other areas of communications site maintenance.

Overhead and Underground Power Line Construction

Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 15, 2013

All of February's winter storms brought a lot of snow and a lot of power outages. Unfortunately, along with overheard power lines, there comes power outages.

ElecComm Power is regularly called upon by NSTAR to help restore and repair overhead power lines following unexpected power loss as a result of accidents or weather related incidents, as well as prepare for upcoming storms.

NSTAR has taken preventive measures like replacing over head lines with tree-resistant wire and putting in remote switching capabilities to further protect the above-ground power system.

However, in new construction, condo owners, office complex developers and land developers realize that underground high voltage lines are the way of the future, ElecComm is also there to assist, design and build the power infrastructure.

Many neighborhoods throughout Massachusetts are also putting in underground utilities, because local ordinances require new subdivisions to bury lines at the expense of the developer.

ElecComm's core business focus is on the installation, removal and maintenance of overhead and underground electric/communications distribution systems.For more information on power line construction, contact ElecComm.

Storm Response for Electrical Power Outages

Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 08, 2013

Another winter storm is causing power outages all over Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. Electric companies all over New England will be scrambling to restore downed power lines as a result of high winds, snow, flooding and car accidents.

Power outages are inconvenient to say the least, but they also interrupt commerce in a time when businesses cannot afford it. NSTAR and other electric companies understand how power outages can have  trickle down effect on all aspects of New England living. This is why they trust ElecComm to help repair power infrastructure.

ElecComm storm response team is available 24/7 for both overhead and underground power outages. For more information on storm response, contact ElecComm.

Time to Think about Golf Course Netting

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, February 28, 2013

It is March, it is time to start thinking about spring and your golf course netting and poles. It may be too early to golf, but it is not too early to start getting quotes on netting for you golf course.

The hard winter does a job on golf courses, and leaves many courses with work to do to get ready for the spring. ElecComm installs your golf course netting and poles to custom fit your needs using all Redden Nets. You can count on us to designe your netting which will be custom fitted to meet your needs.

If your driving range or golf course needs new netting and poles or if you would like a free estimate, contact ElecComm. We would like to provide you with a quote for installation of poles and netting for your driving range or golf course.

For information on installation, contact ElecComm.

Overhead Power Line Repair and Maintenance

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 20, 2013

When you are affected by storms and events that cause power outages, you want the problem fixed fast. That is why electric companies in the Northeast rely on ElecComm for assistance with storm response and repairs to the electric grid.

No one wants to wait a week to get power back in the northeast during the winter season. NSTAR and other electric companies respond to natural disasters by calling an electric line construction company with experience in overhead line repair, a company who they can rely on.

Being proactive is what helps get power restored faster during unplanned power outages caused by storms. For overhead power line repair and maintenance, contact ElecComm.

ElecComm is Working with NSTAR to Restore Power

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 12, 2013

With the tens of thousands of homeowners and businesses that lost power in the weekend’s snow storm, New England electric companies sought assistance for storm response.  NSTAR called ElecComm to help with the repair of overhead power lines.

Our crews are still working to restore power for NSTAR customers. We have worked all over the cape including Hyannis, Plymouth, Kingston, Sandwich and other local areas.  As always our team is fully crossed trained and is ready for dispatch to repair damages to overhead power lines for any planned or unplanned event.

ECC provides assistance to all the major public utilities throughout the Northeast restoring power during major power outages. For more information, contact us.

Gov. Patrick: Time to Consider Putting Power Lines Underground

Joseph Coupal - Monday, February 11, 2013

Deval Patrick urges utilities to take hard look at moving utility lines underground.

Gov. Patrick used multiple appearances with the media Monday to call for utilities to review the cost to bury power lines underground, following a historic weekend snowstorm that left over 400,000 customers across the state of Massachusetts without electricity.

“I think we’re getting to a point where it would be very worthwhile for the utilities to do some hard analysis about the value of burying utilities underground,” Patrick said after touring the damage caused by the powerful storm.

Utilities have been reluctant at moving more infrastructures below ground, saying consumers would object to spending as much as $2.1 million a mile, according to one industry estimate, to bury wires for a system that’s not fail-safe.

On its website, National Grid says underground transmission lines are more expensive to install than above ground lines.

National Grid says of its approximately 200,000 miles of high voltage transmission lines, only approximately 5,000 miles are located underground.

At ElecComm, underground transmission lines is our specialty, contact us.

WCVB.com

Overhead Line Maintenance after Snow Storms

Joseph Coupal - Friday, February 08, 2013

During snow storms, fallen trees and high winds cause damage to utility lines resulting in major power outages. Electric companies need help restoring power. In the New England area, utility companies call on ElecComm to help repair and maintain overhead utility lines.

The overhead utility line department of our business includes the removal, repair and maintenance of overhead power lines.  Major utility companies, state and local governments, and communication service providers are just a few of the customers who call on ElecComm for assistance.
 
For a trusted company for emergency high voltage and communications work, contact us.

Telecommunications Infrastructure will Create Growth

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Across the globe, there is a delicate balance between sustained investment in essential infrastructure and a corresponding advance in socioeconomic progress. Telecommunications infrastructure and platforms have become the driver of growth in the twenty-first century.

It's now the forward-thinking key performance indicator that all economists must monitor, in addition to the GDP.

Recently a market study was done which analyzes global and regional market trends and conditions affecting telecom service providers, enterprises, subscribers, and the global networked economy.

Economic readings are worrisome nearly everywhere, but so far the impact on global telecom and enterprise technology spending is not severe.

For information on ElecComm’s ability to engineer, manage and perform the construction, splicing, testing maintenance and restoration of fiber, copper, and hybrid fiber-coax telecommunications networks, contact us.

Telecomstech

Wind Turbines Require Underground Electric Cable

Joseph Coupal - Friday, January 18, 2013

The wind energy industry in the U.S. received good news recently. With the extension of the Production Tax Credit, which financially supports many of the country’s wind energy projects, the industry has managed to secure at least another year of dynamic growth.

Massachusetts has become one of the leaders in wind energy. While most people think only turbines are needed, underground electric cables are needed to connect the power generated by the turbines to the energy grid.

Wind farms require wind turbines and miles of underground electric cable. The wind power industry needs electric cables that span all the various voltages because wind turbines transmit power from the generators to ground-based equipment through large cables.

To ensure that your wind power project is successfully connected to the grid, contact ElecComm to install the project’s underground cabling.

Underground High Voltage Cable Repairs

Joseph Coupal - Friday, January 11, 2013

Underground electrical cables distribute electricity to homes, parking lot lighting, and commercial developments. Underground high voltage cables have problems less frequently  than overhead lines, but they do degrade over time and break.

Underground high voltage cables are subject to breaks or faults. When this happens ElecComm can locate the underground cable and the break and make the repair.

Underground electrical cables are more convenient and eye appealing, but when a problem occurs only the services of an expert underground cable specialist can help. If you are a landowner, developer or construction company who needs high voltage cable repair, contact ElecComm.

Happy New Year from ElecComm Power

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Happy New Year from ElecComm Power! We would like to thank you, our customers for a wonderful 2013, and we wish you a wonderful, enlightening and prosperous New Year!

If ElecComm Power has had the pleasure of bringing or restoring power to your business, development or town, we thank you for your business and for the pleasure of working with you. If you are in need of high voltage utility lines, storm response, telecommunication networks or utility line construction we hope that you consider ElecComm Power in 2013.  

From all of us to all of you, a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year.

Electrical Upgrades in New Jersey

Joseph Coupal - Friday, December 28, 2012

PSE&G will begin replacing transformers, circuit breakers and transmission lines at some substations in New Jersey next week as part of an effort to improve electrical delivery, power quality and reliability, the company said.

This is part of the company’s plan to spend more than $3 billion over the next three years on capital improvements to its distribution system.

Crews will replace transformers, circuit breakers, and overhead transmission lines.

Also, the company will convert other transmission lines to a 69,000-volt substation from 26,000 volts and will replace old equipment with state-of-the art, modern equipment.

This electrical infrastructure upgrade will ensure continued safe, reliable utility service for area residents and business owners.

If your city or town needs an electrical infrastructure overhaul, contact ElecComm.

NorthJersey.com

Electrical Line Storm Response

Joseph Coupal - Friday, December 21, 2012

Today is the first day of winter, and with winter comes storms and downed power lines. In fact, a gust of wind knocked down scaffolding in NY taking down power lines with it.

For electrical line construction or for emergence storm response to repair downed power lines, a trusted Electric line construction company is necessary. A company like ElecComm Power.

ECC provides assistance to major public utilities throughout the Northeast restoring power during major power outages resulting from storms. Our team is fully crossed trained and is ready for dispatch in preparation for any unplanned event.

For more information, contact ECC.

National Grid Electrical Infrastructure Upgrades will Increase Reliability for Cape Ann Communities

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, December 13, 2012

The project will improve service for more than 20,000 customers in six north shore towns National Grid has announced that an $11 million dollar electrical infrastructure improvement project is under way that will result in improved electrical service reliability for the communities of Essex, Hamilton, Gloucester, Manchester by the Sea, Rockport and Wenham, Mass.

The company is upgrading 15 miles of underground cable systems that will add capacity to our distribution system as well as add system redundancy in the event of a power outage. “A top priority at National Grid is to provide safe and reliable service to customers and businesses in the communities we serve,” said Marcy Reed, president, National Grid, MA.“Continuous investment in our infrastructure is vital to help reduce the occurrence of power outages and assure that we have capacity on the system to allow for economic growth. We want our customers to know we are here for them, delivering energy solutions in projects like this so they can have the service we know they expect.”

The project consists of the installation of new underground cable in the existing manhole and duct system that runs through Beverly, Manchester by the Sea and Gloucester. Work crews will be installing the cable at locations along route 127 in Manchester, and on Magnolia Avenue, Essex Avenue, Western Avenue and Main Street in Gloucester. In addition to the installation of new cable, the company will be upgrading existing equipment in its substations in Beverly, Manchester and Gloucester that will further enhance the reliability of the system and improve restoration times during outages.

National Grid has hired ElecComm (ECC) to work on the project. ElecComm is one of the largest underground and overhead voltage electric and communications line construction companies in New England.

“We are thrilled to be working with National Grid on this highly sensitive project while upgrading underground cable and improving power reliability for its cities and towns in the Cape Ann area,” said Sean Martin EVP, ElecComm Corporation. “One of ElecComm’s core values is health and safety and we will ensure our team works in a safe environment, while protecting the public and working in unison with local communities.”

National Grid began work on the infrastructure upgrades in September and to date, has completed 20 percent of the project. The project is scheduled for completion on June 1, 2013.

Telecommunication and Utility Delivery Demand is Higher

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, December 05, 2012

The convergence of telecommunication and utility delivery will continue to fuel growth around New England and the US.

Over the past decade, there has been a convergence of telecommunication delivery and utility delivery. There is a greater demand for high-speed data transmission for businesses and residences. Improvements in demand for transmission-line erection and cable-laying services will correspond with stronger growth in the US economy over the next five years.

ElecComm provides comprehensive design, construction, maintenance and repair services for electric power and telecommunication transmission infrastructure, including transmission lines, towers, cables and other utility structures.

For help in project management, design, electric line construction and delivery, contact ElecComm.

Equities.com

A "Thanksgiving Thank-You Note" For ElecComm

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, November 21, 2012

After SuperStorm Sandy, ElecComm, an electric line construction company, was contacted by utility companies around New England and New York to help restore power. The following is a note we received from Unitil.

"I'd like to extend my appreciatino and thanks to ElecComm Corporation for playing an integral role in making possible our efficient, safe, speedy response to The SuperStorm Sandy. We were able to address the outages affecting over 69,000 customers in New Hampshire and Massachusetts in under 48 hours. this was an outstanding feat for a weather event of this magnitude.

Thanks to our collaboration with you and the other electrical contractors, Unitil set the pace for restroation in our region. On behalf of our grateful customers, we thank you for your hard work alongside our crews in response to this unprecedented event."

Again, Thank You,

Robert G. Schoenberger

Golf Course Netting

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, November 20, 2012

After the super storm Sandy, which took their toll on golf courses around New England and New York, ElecComm has been getting calls for golf course netting repairs. Winter does a job on golf courses, and damaged netting gets worse as winter rolls on.

Golf courses and driving ranges need safe and secure golf course netting in order to protect against property damage and personal injury.

If your golf course or driving range is in need of installation of poles and netting or is looking for a free estimate on replacement netting, contact ElecComm.  All of our golf course netting is done with Redden Nets.

When we install your golf course netting we custom fit it to your needs.

ElecComm Crews Help Restore Power in NY

Joseph Coupal - Monday, November 12, 2012

An electric line construction company from Wilmington, Mass., has been helping fix storm damage in New York City.

Crews from ElecComm worked Thursday to inspect the flooded, muck-filled utility tunnels that carry current to the Rockaway Peninsula in Queens.

Before they descended into the manholes, a worker from New York based Bancker Construction used a 3,400 gallon vacuum truck to suck up the sand that coated the underground cables.

Ed Sellman says the cleaning process helps ensure that crew members are not "working in mud like pigs." It also helps them see what they're doing.

Workers need to visually inspect as much of the underground electrical system as they can for damage before the cables are re-energized.

It's slow, painstaking work.

Wall Street Journal

ElecComm Crews Are Restoring Electric Power in Long Island

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, November 07, 2012

As of yesterday, there were still over 200,000 still without power on Long Island as a result of Hurricane Sandy.

The people in the coastal communities of Long Island and Queens, NY were among the hardest hit by Sandy. Now they are suffering new blows because of the difficulty in getting electric power restored quickly.

With a largely above-ground power network exposed to the full fury of Sandy's fierce winds and 14-foot storm surge, more than 90% of LIPA's 1.1 million customers lost their power, the biggest impact on any area power company. The ElecComm underground crews have been deployed to Long Island to help restore power.

ElecComm's core business focus is on the installation, removal and maintenance of overhead and underground electric/communications distribution systems. For information, contact ElecComm.

Excerpts - Reuters

Hurricane Sandy Leaves Many without Power

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, October 31, 2012

There are still more than 100,000 residents and businesses without power in Massachusetts, and in New York, the numbers are far worse. ElecComm is working around the clock with utility companies in New England and New York to help restore power. As we know, storms can happen anywhere at any time and very few have been left untouched by Hurricane Sandy.
 
Utility companies and electric line construction companies have been sending out storm response teams throughout New England to rebuild electric lines and to restore power to the hundreds of thousands of customers still without power.

Our team was dispatched at 3AM on Monday morning to respond to Unitil and were put to work on power restorations that afternoon. They are still working in New Hampshire to help restore power.

ElecComm provides assistance to major public utilities up and down the east coast restoring power during major power outages caused by storms. We have a fully crossed trained team and we are ready for dispatch in preparation for any planned or unplanned power outage. Contact us for more information.

Keep Electricity Flowing With Fewer Service Interruptions

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, October 25, 2012

ElecComm Power’s electrical linemen and electricians have constructed thousands of miles of transmission lines and structures throughout New England. We specialize in constructing, refurbishing and maintaining power utility overhead lines in every terrain, in all weather for all types of commercial clients and utility companies.

All year round, our electric line construction techniques and line maintenance keep electricity flowing, with fewer system interruptions.

We safely build and maintain transmission configurations for single or multiple overhead power line project requirements of virtually every size. We also provide line distribution design, installation, voltage conversions, and maintenance of primary and secondary systems.

For more information, contact ElecComm Power.