When disasters strike, our emergency response team springs into action, working safely and swiftly to restore power to those who need it. We have more than 2,700 vehicles and equipment and thousands of workers ready to respond at a moment’s notice.
We’ve seen firsthand the tragic aftermath of some of the worst disasters in American history, responding to hurricane emergencies in Hawaii and the most devasting wildfires in California, including the Thomas Fire and the Camp Fire. We take our role as critical responders seriously and are committed to working around the clock until every last home and business is back online.
Years of experience have taught us that when it comes to emergency response, one thing is clear: there is a significant difference between reacting and responding. Reactors operate in the moment. Responders perform through organization, communication, and lessons learned. Henkels & McCoy West responds.
Emergency Response Capabilities
- National response
- 24/7 transmission and distribution maintenance