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Aerial tree trimming planned for southwest Wisconsin area

Helicopter, air saw to be used along electric transmission line MADISON, Wis. – Crews are planning to use a helicopter and heavy-duty air saw beginning this week to trim trees along an existing 69,000-volt transmission line from the Boscobel to the Wauzeka, Wis., area. American Transmission Co. has contracted with Aerial Solutions, Inc. to manage […]

ATC employees support local STEM programs through volunteer day

American Transmission Co. celebrated its recent commendation as one of the Best Workplaces for Giving Back with a company-wide volunteer day Friday. Last week, Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine named ATC to their list of Best Workplaces for Giving Back for the second year in a row. Employees at each ATC office worked […]

Aerial tree trimming planned for central Wisconsin

Helicopter, air saw to be used along transmission line PEWAUKEE, Wis. – A helicopter and heavy-duty air saw will be used this week and continue through mid-March to trim trees along two 345,000-volt lines from Stevens Point to Appleton, as well as along a 138-kV line in Wood and Juneau counties. American Transmission Co. has […]

American Transmission Co. is one of the country’s best workplaces for giving back

PEWAUKEE, Wis. – American Transmission Co. has been named one of the Best Workplaces for Giving Back for the second consecutive year by Great Place to Work and Fortune. The national list is based on more than 350,000 surveys of employees across a range of industries, as well as their organizations’ charitable programs and giving. […]

A year in pictures: Giving back at American Transmission Co.

American Transmission Co. is honored Fortune and consultancy Great Place to Work named us one of the 2017 Best Workplaces for Giving Back. To celebrate the designation, we are looking back on some of our favorite moments from 2016 spent in the communities we live in, work in and serve.