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American Transmission Co. announces three promotions

McNamara, Dolan and Winters assume new roles PEWAUKEE, Wis. – John McNamara, Andy Dolan and Jared Winters have been promoted to senior positions within American Transmission Co. McNamara is now vice president of asset management, responsible for transmission asset performance, maintenance and design. McNamara has been with ATC since its inception, when he began serving […]

ATC announces third year of community planting program

Applications accepted now through Sept. 30 PEWAUKEE, Wis. – American Transmission Co. this month began accepting applications for their community planting program, now in its third year. The program is part of Grow Smart, which supports tree and vegetation planting in municipalities in ATC’s service area. Eligible cities, villages, towns, counties and tribes may apply […]

ATC ranked number 4 on the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Top Workplaces list

It’s exciting times at American Transmission Co. ATC has once again been selected as a 2015 Top Workplace in southeastern Wisconsin by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The top workplaces are determined based on feedback from an employee survey, conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, an organizational health and employee engagement research firm. This is the sixth year […]

ATC named one of the top workplaces in southeastern Wisconsin for third year

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces list names 150 best area employers PEWAUKEE, WIS. – American Transmission Co. has been selected as one of the 2015 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces in southeastern Wisconsin. The top workplaces are determined based on feedback from an employee survey conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, an organizational health and employee engagement […]

Lightning myths and facts to keep you safe in severe weather

Hot and humid summer days can often produce violent thunderstorms. New transmission lines are built with a grounded shield wire along the top of the poles, above the conductors, to protect the line from lightning. Like trees and other tall objects, transmission poles are likely to intercept lightning strikes, but they do not attract lightning. […]