EN Engineering Forms A Strategic Partnership with Texas Utility Engineering
By CT2 Staff28 January 2019
EN Engineering, a national engineering, consulting, and automation services firm, announced it has made an investment in Texas Utility Engineering (TXUE), an electric utility and telecommunications engineering firm.
EN Engineering serves utilities, midstream and downstream energy companies, and industrial customers from 22 locations across the United States.
“This partnership represents an exciting expansion for our utilities practice,” said Steve Knowles, chief executive officer, EN Engineering. “TXUE is a leading expert on all aspects of electric distribution poles in Central and South Texas, with the ability to provide unmatched value to its utility and telecom customers. Texas is one of the fastest growing states, and we are excited about working together with the strong team at TXUE as they look to further expand in the region.”
In combination with TXUE, EN Engineering’s utilities practice now has more than 650 employees offering a full complement of gas distribution and electric transmission and distribution services.
“We are thrilled to be joining a growth-oriented firm like EN Engineering,” said TXUE founder David Evans. “The company has a very broad base of engineering and consulting capabilities, which will enable our organization to expand the breadth of value-added services we offer to our clients.”
EN Engineering’s has more than 1100 workers in 22 offices in the United States providing engineering, consulting, design, integrity management, corrosion protection, and automation services to pipeline companies, utilities, and industrial customers. Texas Utility Engineering Inc. (TXUE) is a Texas-based corporation with extensive experience in both the electric utility and telecommunication environments. The firm offers a complete review and analysis of pole loading, pole auditing, pole inspections, aerial and underground electric distribution planning, telecommunications distribution planning, make-ready engineering planning, OSP engineering, pole attachment applications, as well as city and state permitting.