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ATC, Milwaukee Bucks celebrate third year of Trees for Threes program

In culmination of this season’s Trees for Threes program, American Transmission Co. and the Milwaukee Bucks planted four trees May 14 at Milwaukee Public Schools’ Milwaukee School of Languages. The four trees are part of the 573 trees that will be planted at schools across the state. The 573 trees were donated by ATC through […]

Employees celebrate Mother’s Day at Women Build

American Transmission Co. sponsored a team during National Women Build Week to help Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County build affordable housing to support the community. On Saturday, May 11, nine employee volunteers, including two mother and daughter teams who volunteered together in celebration of Mother’s Day, helped another mother build her new home. Habitat […]

ATC to begin soil boring testing in Straits of Mackinac for upcoming cable replacement project

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers issued permit; work will include shoreline and submarine soil borings PEWAUKEE, Wis. — American Transmission Co. will begin soil boring testing the week of May 13 in preparation for the planned replacement of ATC’s 138,000-volt submarine electric cables crossing the Straits of […]

ATC celebrates Superhero Day with United Way

We care about making sure members of our community have healthy food when they’re hungry. On May 1, American Transmission Co. provided sandwich fixings to make more than 600 sandwiches for local United Way organizations. Employee superheroes across our footprint volunteered to order and organize the items and worked alongside United Way members to assemble […]

Annual Report highlights how we’re powering innovation

American Transmission Co. employees are hard at work operating and maintaining the complex electric transmission grid every day. Our more than 9,890 miles of high-voltage transmission lines and 568 substations provide communities with access to local and regional energy sources. Our Annual Report, published each spring, is available for viewing on our website. The 2018 […]