Investor and municipal-owned utilities have responded to the increasing threat of wildfires in the West by making fire hardening and fire risk mitigation top priorities. NV5 has observed this increased focus firsthand and is well positioned to support mitigation and response activities. In addition to the fire hardening work in
“Our clients are charged with safely delivering energy to their customers and must enhance their infrastructure to withstand extreme weather conditions,” said
Dickerson Wright, PE, Chairman and CEO of NV5 said, “Utility fire hardening programs combine two of NV5’s strengths: power delivery engineering and disaster preparation, response, and recovery services. These projects also utilize all of NV5’s five verticals and demonstrate the added value our combined services provide to our clients and our communities.”
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