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ATC, Milwaukee Bucks team up to donate 549 more trees to Wisconsin schools

What a season for the Milwaukee Bucks! A second National Basketball Association championship, a Finals Most Valuable Player award for Giannis Antetokounmpo, and their third consecutive Central Division title. We are so proud of them. But what you may not know is that during the Bucks’ 36 games at Fiserv Forum this season, the team […]

ATC supports pollinator habitat development in Ledgeview and Sheboygan  

The City of Sheboygan and the Town of Ledgeview developed habitat for bees, birds, butterflies and other pollinators in their communities thanks to American Transmission Co.’s Pollinator Habitat Program.      Sheboygan transformed a greenspace on Kohler Memorial Drive into a beautiful pollinator friendly habitat. Perennial plants will create waves of color for people entering the city to enjoy throughout the growing season and serve as an important food source for native pollinators.     Ledgeview planted pollinator habitat at […]

ATC Family Fun Zone supports Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

ATC is once again sponsoring the Family Fun Zone in support of Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. The event is being held virtually for a second consecutive year and runs through Sept. 18. Participants can log into the ATC Family Fun Zone on the Briggs & Al’s Run & Walk website to […]

ATC supports three native oak savannas in southeast Wisconsin

American Transmission Co. is helping to restore three native oak savannas in southeast Wisconsin through our Community Planting Program grants. Once common in the Midwest, forming a boundary between prairies and forests, oak savannas are now one of the rarest ecosystems on earth. The openness of an oak savanna, with large trees growing far apart, […]

Sturgeon Bay Submarine Cable Replacement Project now complete

ATC’s three-year project to replace a half-mile, 69,000-volt submarine transmission line under the Sturgeon Bay Ship Channel is now complete. The new transmission line that connects Wisconsin’s lower and upper Door County enhances regional electric reliability and replaces a single circuit with three cables that were originally installed under the channel in the early 1980s.    To install the new circuit, ATC’s construction partner conducted horizontal directional drilling to bore an 1,883-foot-long, 3-foot-diameter hole into the rock bed, 155 feet below the channel. We then connected sections of the half-mile pipe […]