WATTS IN THE NEWS

Check this space often for updates from the Irby communications team. This is where you will find updates on industry news and technological applications impacting the way we work. We’ll update you on projects in progress, major milestones in the field, and project completions. Check this space to find out who is new at Irby, who’s celebrating a work anniversary or who is making a difference for our clients. From time to time, you might also find an acquisition or investor update from our parent company, Quanta Services.

IRBY NEWS STORIES

Irby Receives “Best Places to Work” Recognition

The Mississippi Business Journal hosted a luncheon at the Old Capitol Inn on Thursday, June 22nd  to recognize the winners and participants for the 2017 Best Places to Work in Mississippi competition. Irby Construction won second Best Place to Work in Mississippi in...

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Distribution Work— Entergy Bozeman Job

Electrical Distribution line construction was a mainstay of Irby’s early years. The company has constructed over 150,000 miles of distribution and low-voltage transmission lines. In 2016, after taking the job as President, Lee Jones developed a plan to increase our...

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Irby’s Jeff Pittman Receives Quanta Award Recognition

Each year, Quanta challenges its employees and all operating units to apply for the CEO Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award. This award brings recognition to the spirit of the individual(s) and operating unit(s) that foster the successful implementation of...

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INDUSTRY NEWS STORIES

Preparing for More Renewable Energy

Last year, about 6.5% of U.S. electricity generation came from utility-scale wind or solar resources, despite the modest amount of intermittent renewable energy in play right now. Find out how grid operators across the country are preparing for these areas to grow, in...

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Demand for Clean Energy in the Northeast

Proposals are being reviewed for lucrative contracts involving clean energy projects that will include overland transmission lines and at least two undersea cables. Plenty of bids are being considered, and if chosen, candidates will be eligible for 15-20 year...

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Restoring Power for 10.5 Million

Irma triggered one of the nation's largest natural disaster-related power outages ever measured, leaving 10.5 million Florida households without power. Read this Tampa Bay Times’ article that illustrates how restoring power for such a large number of customers simply...

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