UNION, Ill., Aug. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- INTREN was honored to win Exelon's 2017 Safety Performance in Excellence Award in the Utility Services and Materials Category at their annual Supplier Summit in downtown Chicago. Presenting the award to INTREN's Founder and Chairwoman of the Board Loretta Rosenmayer was Exelon's Vice President of Supply and Procurement, Ed Jandacek.
The award signifies that INTREN is best-in-class among Exelon contractors at BG&E, ComEd, PECO, Pepco Holdings and Constellation. The regulated utilities deliver electricity and natural gas to approximately 10 million customers in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
INTREN has had 8 divisions that have gone one-year without incident, three of which were ComEd divisions – Underground Cable Replacement, Substation and Operations Support. INTREN brings to Exelon a total investment in a safety culture where it is lived EVERY day, and where INTREN delivers on that commitment EVERY day. The entire company has reaped the success with the bar that Exelon has set.
"As a utility service provider, our mission is to take on the difficult challenges that impact our customers daily, while developing safe, innovative solutions. When we consider the full picture of risk that they face, we are able to continue to enhance our focus on improvements in order to meet our customer needs effectively," stated INTREN CEO Kelly Tomblin.
INTREN has been an innovative solution partner for over 29 years, dedicated to building and maintaining the infrastructure of the energy industry. The company's culture of stewardship guides INTREN to care for others' priorities as if they were their own through an unwavering commitment to safety, integrity, customer focus and employee empowerment, the company has succeeded in offering turnkey services to a long list of satisfied clients. As an industry leader, INTREN is proud to serve many of the nation's foremost utility companies, private contractors and developers, and municipalities and cooperatives. For more about INTREN, visit INTREN.com.