Southern Electric Corporation Of Mississippi

Electric Utilities

Our Overhead Division works with various investor owned utilities, municipal electric systems, and rural electric cooperatives. The division also performs work for industrial/commercial power users and government systems. The Electric Utility Division is experienced in overhead and underground in both distribution and transmission work.

We specialize in "Hot Work" construction and have state of the art, specialized equipment including bucket trucks and digger derricks. We utilize the latest stringing equipment to tackle the most challenging wire pulls in the nation.  Our innovative Safety Culture utilizes Human Performance Technology to identify common traps and apply specialized tools to avoid those traps and prevent adverse events from occurring.  SEC has experienced superintendents, foremen, linemen, and operators to complete almost any overhead or underground utility project.

The Electric Utility Division manages over 35 crews in a nine-state southern region that includes Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Missouri, and Texas. SEC builds overhead distribution/transmission and underground power distribution for utilities. Utilizing over 250 pieces of modern utility equipment such as bucket trucks and digger derricks, the company is highly mobile. Safety is job one in the Electric Utility Division and strict, safety guidelines are followed.

Southern Electric Corporation has had first responder involvement following many devastating hurricanes, tornadoes, and ice storms. Responding to these disasters in states such as Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina, Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Tennessee has allowed SEC to build healthy relationships with many of our Nation’s largest power utilities and cooperatives.  SEC has been involved in overhead power line reconstruction, underground utility repair, right of way clearing, and debris clean-up operations. Excellent safety practices, experienced, highly skilled, motivated employees, and modern equipment to fit the job at hand have made SEC a "first call" for many utilities.