American Transmission Co.

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ATC supports students in STEM through classroom, field learning

As part of our commitment to the community, American Transmission Co. supports educational programs that enrich and enlighten students in the areas we serve. ATC employees are sharing their strengths with students involved in science, technology, engineering and math programs throughout Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. Future Milwaukee engineers To celebrate Introduce a Girl to Engineering […]

ATC engineering, asset maintenance teams knock down costs with woodpecker damage analyses

A group of American Transmission Co. engineers are driving down costs and improving efficiency by finding a solution to a big problem that starts with a little bird. While many factors can cause wear and tear on wood electric transmission poles, woodpeckers can often cause some of the most serious damage. Woodpeckers frequently bore into […]

ATC employees share in Positive Energy at CP Telethon

The 64th annual CP Telethon in Green Bay, Wis., raised a record $1.4 million, and ATC employees were there to share in the positive energy. CP is a non-profit organization that serves more than 2,000 families in Northeast Wisconsin, helping individuals with varying abilities reach their goals, connect in a collaborative environment and maximize their […]

Rowe named United Way co-chair for 2018 Campaign

United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County announced Wednesday, Feb. 28, that American Transmission Co. President and CEO, Mike Rowe, will co-chair its 2018 United Way Campaign. “I’m pleased to support the community through United Way and I’m proud of the fact that so many ATC employees support the organization. I look forward to […]

The people who help keep the lights on: Randy Pynenberg, Consultant System Protection Engineer

For Randy Pynenberg, consultant system protection engineer, mentorship and growth have helped to define his career with American Transmission Co. Pynenberg started building his career under a mentor. Now, years later, he is a mentor and teacher to newer engineers. “There is plenty of opportunity for growth at ATC,” said Pynenberg. “Over the years, I’ve […]