Steven Gammon has 30 years electrical construction experience, including specialized training in electrical distribution line work and power generation. - Photos: Homeland Power & Utility

Steven Gammon has 30 years electrical construction experience, including specialized training in electrical distribution line work and power generation.

Photos: Homeland Power & Utility

Homeland Power & Utility, a full-service electrical construction company founded in December 2020 and headquartered in Danvers, Massachusetts, with a Utility Division based in Bangor, Maine, has appointed five staff members to key executive and operations positions, including Steven Gammon as director of safety and fleet manager for its Utility Division.

As safety director, Gammon is responsible for the management of the company's safety programs, plans, and submittals for commercial electrical construction projects. He also manages training for Utility Division personnel and oversees job site assessments, equipment inspections, and weekly safety meetings. As fleet manager, he is responsible for managing Homeland's fleet to ensure motor vehicle compliance and safety for the Transportation Department. Gammon has 30 years electrical construction experience, including specialized training in electrical distribution line work and power generation. Prior to Homeland, he was regional safety manager for Sargent Electric and safety engineer for E.S. Boulos Company. Gammon has managed project safety for major utility projects with PSNH, Western Mass Electric, Northeast Utilities, and Central Maine Power.

Commenting on the appointments, Homeland President Jon Carpenter said, "Homeland Power and Utility executive and operations teams bring a depth of industry experience and an unwavering commitment to delivering electrical construction excellence and the highest industry safety standards to each construction project. Equally important is the team's career performance record and focus on on-time, on-budget performance, which is integral to the Homeland mission."

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