Immediate Response to Any Disaster, Anywhere in the Nation
When disaster strikes, Hot Line Construction is committed to helping communities restore power as quickly as possible.
Hot Line has been providing emergency response services to our utility customers for over two decades. Whether it’s a fire, storm, or any other disaster, Hot Line’s emergency response crews are ready to respond 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Emergency Response Projects
Hot Line’s emergency response crews deploy around the country to restore services. Here are a few of our past projects:
Superstorm Sandy Emergency Recovery
New York and New Jersey (2012)
Hot Line provided 30 crews to assist in restoring power to the people of New York and New Jersey. Our first concern was to make the damaged power lines safe to the public. Next, we made necessary repairs and restored power. Hot Line was onsite for 30 days.
Southern California Edison and PG&E Regional Storm Recovery
Hot Line is a valuable resource to both Edison and PG&E during inclement weather. We are called upon to handle emergencies such as storm-damaged poles and facilities, poles hit by cars, and equipment failure. Last year alone, Hot Line performed over 6,000 crew hours of storm restoration work for PG&E. Hot Line takes great pride in this work, as it provides a public service to local communities during times of need.
Washington Ice Storm
Puget Sound, WA
Details to follow.