The power industry is evolving every day. The need for a centralized, fast paced, mission critical project delivery method is more important now than ever to many Utilities and Renewable Energy producers. The EPC (Engineer, Procure and Construct) project delivery method is fast becoming a preferred way to ensure that these projects are delivered within… Read more
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Electrical construction service provider Great Southwestern Construction (GSWC) began operations in 1977 as a sole proprietor looking to get into the general construction sector. The young firm jumped at the prospect of getting involved with the United States government’s building of waterways and canal systems throughout Arizona and succeeded by way of providing communications and… Read more
Great Southwestern Construction, Inc. (GSWC) is pleased to announce the groundbreaking of a new office building at our training facility in Alvarado, TX! The 12-acre site will serve as GSWC’s Region 2 headquarters providing transmission, distribution, and substation services to clients throughout TX, OK, MO, AK & LA. The new building will allow GSWC to… Read more
Great Southwestern Construction, Inc. (GSWC) adapts and evolves with the ever-changing electrical industry. The Company stays competitive by constantly growing as client needs and market conditions evolve. Read more about how GSWC has developed its training, technical skills, and project management expertise to stay ahead of the curve in the industry.
MYR Group Inc. (MYR Group) (Nasdaq: MYRG) subsidiary Great Southwestern Construction, Inc. (Great Southwestern) announced it has expanded operations by opening a new office in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, located approximately 70 miles east of Tulsa. In August, Great Southwestern announced the opening of a new district office in Mansfield, Texas, located approximately 40 miles southwest of… Read more
Cameron Fredkin, Vice President of Project Development for Cross Texas Transmission (CTT) describes the vital role the Cross Texas Transmission project (part of CREZ – Competitive Renewable Energy Zone) will play in delivering renewable energy to homes and business throughout Texas, as well as the challenges and achievements of the CTT project. Read the story… Read more