PLH GROUP NEWS
PLH Group: Poised to Respond when Disaster Strikes
Date: January 3, 2019
TTR Substations was instrumental in providing emergency response power restoration services following the California wildfires.
Natural disasters have the potential to devastate communities and leave thousands in the dark for weeks or even months. But how do you safely restore infrastructure and power in communities that have just been affected by a disaster — including hurricanes, tornados, wind storms, ice storms, fire and drought? PLH Group’s eleven companies are proud to have a reputation of being the first to respond when disaster strikes.
PLH Group companies serve the electric power line, pipeline, oil field electrical and industrial markets. Strategically poised throughout North America with specialty equipment and qualified professionals, PLH Group’s multi-year storm contracts with major utilities empower PLH Group companies to provide 24/7 emergency response.
When disaster occurred, Air2’s fleet of helicopters and pre-qualified operators mobilized to provide aerial disaster response by assessing, repairing, and restoring damaged areas in Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath, while Auger Services, Inc.’s trained professionals provided amphibious response through rebuilding foundations and structures after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. R.B. Hinkle Construction, Inc., TESSCO Energy Services, and SUN-ELECTRIC provide around-the-clock response and restoration to communities devastated by disaster, as well as Power Line Services, who has proven experience in restoring transmission and distribution infrastructure. Edison Power Constructors a nationwide, storm response contractor even received a heartfelt appreciation after quickly restoring power to communities affected by Hurricane Irma.
With proven experience, pre-qualified training and specialized equipment, PLH Group entities provide a safe, reliable, and timely response when forces of nature hit. From air to land, through fire and water, PLH Group entities are poised to respond to emergencies throughout North America.