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Northeast Utility Concrete Foundation Restoration
Increasing asset resiliency and reducing risk for one of the largest utilities in the Northeast.
With total utility assets worth over $47.7 billion, a Northeast utility has invested heavily in protecting and maintaining its grid infrastructure to prevent service disruption.
The company engages a variety of utility service contractors to inspect its wood, steel, concrete, and underground structures and identify deficiencies for restoration. When needed, the utility will hire additional contractors for engineering and rehabilitation. Eager to consolidate its asset management efforts by using fewer providers who can address inspection, maintenance, and restoration for its grid structures – including their concrete foundations - the company expanded its relationship with Osmose to provide a turnkey solution.
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