Transmission ConstructionCreating electrical connections that power our future 

An experienced partner delivering large, complex transmission projects 

Great Southwestern’s far-reaching capabilities encompass the construction and maintenance of transmission facilities ranging from 69kV to 500kV. Our full range of experience and capabilities consists of managing all phases of high-voltage electrical construction from material procurement and structure erection to wire stringing and overall project management. We have experience with a wide variety of structures, foundations, voltages, and terrains and can provide the labor and equipment resources required for projects of all sizes and scopes.

Our experience includes work on both energized and new-build transmission lines. Performing hot stick and bare hand methods on energized electrical equipment provides our utility clients the ability to prevent disruptions to power and results in time and cost savings.

Additionally, we collaborate with some of the country’s greatest engineering companies to provide customers with high-quality design/build teams and projects that optimize communication, safety, productivity, and cost savings.

As a subsidiary of MYR Group, Great Southwestern possesses the financial, managerial, and equipment expertise and resources to successfully complete electrical installations of any type and size, throughout the United States.

At Great Southwestern,
we play an important role in building a clean energy future  

With our highly skilled mobile crews, we construct and maintain key electrical systems that power our nation. Our professional team of specialists builds the infrastructure required to link clean energy resources to our power grid, from electrical infrastructure upgrades to transmission and substation interconnection work for hydroelectric facilities and wind and solar farms. As companies across the globe evolve in how they produce and consume energy and strive to meet decarbonization and clean energy goals, we play a significant role in building the associated infrastructure needed to deliver it to the grid.