Shermco completed two major electrical disaster recovery projects in a matter of weeks, facilitating the needed flow of approximately 2 million gallons of No. 6 oil in the Northeast. Prior to the end of November, the company completed work with oil and gas company tank farms to bring electrical terminal substations back online after substantial water damage shut down fuel pumps necessary to get fuel to area stores and consumers.
“We’ve proven that we’re always ready to respond when called upon,” said Jason Greer, Shermco’s national response manager. “With similar projects in recent years, we’ve been seen as the go-to company because we are able to get our customers back up and running quickly.”
Shermco has performed similar electrical restoration jobs in Nashville and Clarksville, Tennessee, as a result of the massive Cumberland River flood. Shermco employs a staff of technicians that specialize in electrical disaster recovery services.
“The most rewarding part for us is helping the people return to normalcy after a devastating event like Hurricane Sandy,” said Greer.
For more information, contact Shermco Industries at 972-793-5523.
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