At Potelco, quality assurance is a critical part of the way we do business and is embedded in our company culture. We bring this value to life in our quality control program. Our program provides an overview of our approach, philosophy, prescriptive and specific procedures, as well as our documentation. We identify specific personnel, instructions, records and forms to be used to insure quality at all levels during any project. Each Potelco employee is expected to participate in our goal of continuous quality improvement. Individual and team performance is then measured to determine the effectiveness of our program and the contributions of our employees. Our record in quality assurance is among the best in the industry.
Quanta Services provides engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for comprehensive infrastructure needs in the electric power and oil/natural gas industries, both onshore and offshore. In 1998, Potelco and three other contractors merged together to create a network of highly respected and experienced contracting firms from different disciplines across the nation. Each Quanta company retains its own management team and each offers services that no single firm could tackle. Today Quanta Services is made up of over 50 operating units and conducts business in the United States, Canada, Australia, India and Central America.
Western Energy Institute (WEI)
Northwest Public Power Association (NWPPA)
Western Labor and Management Public Affairs Committee (LAMPAC)
National Electric Contractors Association (NECA)- NW Line Chapter
Distribution Contractors Association (DCA)
Northwest Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (NWJATC)
Edison Electric Institute (EEI) (Affiliation)
Electrical Utility Safety Advisory Committee (EUSAC) (Affiliation)
George Coleman is the President of the Potelco Group as of 2022 and has worked for the Quanta family the past 17 years.
Craig Davis has been in the utility industry for over 45 years, serving in a number of roles with utilities and contractors throughout the Northwest. He has been with Potelco for the past 26 years and currently serves as Senior Vice President.
Mark has over 30 years of experience in the industry. He works closely with all internal and external business functions within Potelco with an eye on continued growth, including oversight of Potelco’s contractual obligations as they relate to daily operations.
Scott has been in the trade for nearly 45 years and uses his experience from the utility side, as well as the leadership side to serve our long term service provider agreements, client services, and continued business development.
Luke is responsible for leading and developing the operational resources at Potelco with 20+ years of experience in the utility industry.
Bryan Sabari is the Vice President of Safety & Training at Potelco and has been working with Potelco since 2005.
Michael leads Fleet Operations for the Potelco Group with over 16 years of utility experience.