Brent Woodward Inc. Purchases Power Line Excavation Equipment – We think it’s important to own our own equipment. That way we can mobilize to any location without delay. We are self-sufficient and can haul with our Lowboy Tractors and a variety of trailers. This past year, we added some muscle to our fleet, including:

  • 2009 LoDril
  • CAT 345 Excavator
  • 2015 Kenworth Lowboy tractor
  • General lowboy trailer with jeep and booster

Safety Is Job #1 – In 2013 we stepped up our Safety Training. Kim Adams became a certified instructor through the American Heart Association and is now qualified to teach CPR / AED and First Aid. Additionally all of our trucks are equipped with AED’s and Zonars.

 

Brent Woodward Proud Member of NECA – We believe it is important to contribute to the association that supports our industry. NECA is the voice of the $130 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light, and communication technology to buildings and communities across the U.S.
We cooperate currently with Local’s 125, 659, 77, 483 and 1245.

Brent Woodward Inc., launches new website.

We wanted to take that next step in our company, to provide a higher level of service to our customers. The website will feature our company, equipment and experience as well as updated information on our projects and accomplishments ~says President Brent Woodward.

In addition, Brent Woodward would like give Michelle LaFrance of Smarty Web Design and Marketing for working so hard and creating a Great Website for us.

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Great Job Men! Earlier this summer, two crew members were approached by Bend Police officer who was looking for an elderly man who was missing. The officer described this man as having dementia and carrying a blue sweater.
Later that afternoon, while en route to another job location, our crew spotted a man that fit the description. They approached the man and quickly determined that they had located the missing man. The authorities were notified and my crew stayed with the gentlemen until he was safe.

I would personally like to recognize and commend Jerry Roberson IBEW Operator and Britton Coffer, Groundman, for their heroic efforts and for going over and above the call of duty to help this elderly man to safety!
~Brent Woodward, President

BWI completes Drilled Shaft Inspector’s Qualification Course (FHWA-NHI-132070 in Portland, OR) and receives Certificate of Training by the National Highway Institute and US Department of Transportation for 15 hours of study.